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    ““For by grace you have been saved through faith, and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God; it is not based on works, so that no one can boast.” Ephesians 2:8-9 HOW TO OFFER A SUITABLE PROPOSAL OF SALVATION? KEY VERSE Matthew 5:1-12 PRELIMINARY NOTES As advanced as available persuasion techniques may be, as challenging as the mission of spreading the Word of God for the salvation of souls is, according to Jesus Christ, we find true success and happiness when we live according to God’s principles. In Matthew 5:13-15, we are called to be the “salt of the earth” and the “light of the world,” and our light should not remain hidden. We should indeed emanate flavor, be influential, and project God’s light to the world through our way of life as Christians. Living out the Word of God effectively is to go beyond the mere preaching of knowledge acquired over time and is what truly holds value for Jesus throughout His entire sermon on the mount. In other words, more than any strategy we can devise with our intellect or expertise to win souls for the Kingdom of God, in the depth of our relationship with God, we must confront ourselves: How can we effectively offer a suitable proposal for salvation? Even before starting the sermon, in chapter 4, we witness the beginning of Jesus’ ministry, announcing the arrival of the Kingdom of God (Matthew 4:17, 23). And to underpin the laws of this Kingdom, Jesus shares the Sermon on the Mount, aiming to make clear how an evangelistic mission with excellence should be conducted by His disciples. With this initial and fundamental understanding, in the Sermon on the Mount, we comprehend that Jesus provided clear and objective instructions for an approved conduct in the life of a disciple. Ultimately, as people followed Him, He wanted to ensure they understood what it meant to be His disciple. Thus, He provided guidelines for the perfect lifestyle they would be called to live, constituting a central project to convey an effective evangelistic Word that arises directly from the Throne of God. Therefore, through the mercy of God, let us meditate… and be the light that illuminates the path for those who seek and need salvation. NOTES ·      PERIOD OF JESUS AND MODERN TIMES ·      THE SERMON ON THE MOUNT ·      LIVING AGAINST THE CURRENT OF THE WORLD ·      HOW TO OFFER AN APPROPRIATE SALVATION PROPOSAL? EXPANDED NOTES PERIOD OF JESUS AND MODERN TIMES Jesus presents us with an extensive and uninterrupted account spanning three chapters in Matthew and a synopsis in Luke. Jesus, God incarnate, delivered the greatest sermon of all time without exaggeration, simply because He knew the heart and intention of each listener present on that day (Jeremiah 17:10). He sat down, as in that era, delivering a discourse while seated was akin to a decree, an official message sent to the people. The Lord was fully aware of the impact it would have on the population, which in today’s context would reach all superficial, frivolous, religious, liturgical, political, and selfish believers. Through the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus highlighted our urgent need for the saving work (Ephesians 2:8-9). After all, it is impossible for a natural man, with natural strength, to live out the reality of the sermon, except through the mercy and grace of God. The Sermon on the Mount reveals our frailty and the crucial need for the Holy Spirit and God’s work in our lives to practice it with perfection and zeal. To be straightforward, studying and living the Sermon on the Mount is the most effective method of evangelism, presenting the ideal model of living and proclaiming what God has ordained for our lives. The Sermon on the Mount immediately guides us that to achieve a highly effective evangelistic work for the Kingdom of God, we must reorganize ourselves and disregard all worldly and ministerial pleasures, as explained in Romans 12:2. By examining every word of the Sermon on the Mount, we clearly perceive what Jesus was combating in the human heart, as the text exposes the reality of the moral and ethical condition of people at that time. Unfortunately, a period that signaled, in various contexts, numerous distorted interpretations of the Word. We learn that our expectation is in the provider and not in the provision (Philippians 4:19). People of that time and, as it occurs in modern days, naturally have an expectation in a political savior and a military leader with a triumphant discourse. Furthermore, they longed for someone idealized as a powerful war general who would defeat Rome through a specific reform for these social ideals. When Jesus emerges with the Sermon on the Mount, the Lord disregards what everyone values as important without altering any laws imposed in that period. In the religious aspect, values and beliefs were complex, with four distinct groups composed of Pharisees, Sadducees, Essenes, and Zealots. Each had specific characteristics, such as being legalistic, liberal, separatist, and activist. And when the Sermon on the Mount is pronounced, Jesus announces that He did not fit into any group and led a reform even more profound that would reside in the hearts and minds of each listener. These words of the Sermon stirred much anger, after all, they directly affected all the political and religious groups of that time that used the truth to distort and transform the way of following and living the word of God. THE SERMON ON THE MOUNT While many churches are preoccupied with their appearance, networking, serving personal interests, membership, and more, the regeneration project seems to be increasingly distant from the day-to-day life of a faithful servant grounded in the Word of God. For personal interests, happiness has been portrayed as something you have the ability to attain through material possessions and agreements with both men and God. In an evangelistic project, it’s worth emphasizing how Jesus instructed us that blessings are part of the discourse. However, genuine happiness and the beatitudes are conditions directly opposed to what the world depicts as the ideal lifestyle. In other words, what Jesus teaches us is that happiness is found in renouncing our own desires. This is referred to in literature as the Beatitudes. The Beatitudes, as explained earlier, are like a decree for those who are saved, duties of mortal life as preparation for a higher, albeit future, existence. In the Kingdom of Heaven, mentioned twice in this part of the Lord’s discourse, true treasures and inexhaustible happiness are found. Thus, the Kingdom of Heaven is the absolute goal of this wonderful sermon, which should be considered a manual with tools to attain the Kingdom and the Glories of eternal citizenship. Similarly, and through this treatise deeply written in our hearts, it serves to generate a constant maintenance of our moral, ethical, and salvation-oriented way of living! It is evident that the specified blessings and the happiness they contain will only be fully realized after death, although the joy felt by the awareness of living in righteousness constitutes, even in this world, a valuable reward. An important element in this splendid elucidation of the true state of beatitude is the difference between pleasure and happiness. Mere pleasure is, at best, fleeting; happiness is enduring, as its memory renews joy. Supreme happiness is not an earthly achievement; the promised “fullness of joy” lies in the afterlife and resurrection. LIVING AGAINST THE CURRENT OF THE WORLD The text brings us a profound reflection that the perfect evangelistic work must begin to have an effect on ourselves. There is no merit in ourselves for anything we do; in other words, salvation is God’s grace upon our lives. It is a gift from God because no one is saved by works. The Bible says in Ephesians 2:8-9: “For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, not a result of works, so that no one may boast.” The salvation that Jesus Christ offers to man is by grace. The Beatitudes are impossible to follow because of our natural instincts, and only with the intervention of the Holy Spirit are we capable of fulfilling them. Without understanding the need to seek help from God, we will lose flavor and be trampled by our own false testimony before men. This is because the Word of God itself tells us in Matthew 5:13-14 that we are like salt: “You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled underfoot. You are the light of the world.” These verses are part of the Sermon on the Mount, where Jesus uses the metaphors of salt and light to highlight the role of His followers in society. By calling the disciples the “salt of the earth,” Jesus emphasizes the transformative influence they must have on the world. Similarly, by calling them the “light of the world,” he underscores the visibility and revelation of truth through their lives. The exhortation to maintain the flavor of salt and not hide the light emphasizes the importance of integrity and authentic testimony in the Christian mission for personal edification, as well as for the evangelistic project. The straight and narrow path on which men can walk in holiness was presented in contrast to the broad road that leads to the destruction of our souls. And it is no wonder that the Sermon on the Mount has crossed the centuries without there being another that compares to it. No mortal man has ever delivered such a profound discourse that combats our cruelest instincts. The Lord is very clear in the instruction that we must go deeper against the current of the world by saying that we must: Love our enemies, do good to those who hate us. Christ also stated that sin begins with lustful looks, sensual thoughts, and addressed the issue of almsgiving, condemning ostentation and hypocritical displays. With the same spirit, Jesus denounced hypocritical prayers—words uttered but not felt. Men have a tendency to judge their fellow beings and praise or criticize without due consideration for facts or circumstances, and of course, Jesus disapproved of partial or unjustified judgment. “Do not judge, or you too will be judged,” He warned. He then compared the transient nature of material possessions to the lasting riches of eternity. And where we should place our heart: “For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” HOW TO OFFER AN APPROPRIATE SALVATION PROPOSAL? As previously mentioned, in the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus addressed details that still afflict the modern church, such as financial hypocrisy, moral scandals, severe judgment, inconsistency in public life, among other intolerant attitudes. These behaviors have led people to disillusionment and questioned the sincerity of faith. Jesus’s concern in dealing with a deeper problem, stemming from adulterated hearts, aims to curb the bad testimony of believers who daily promote negative consequences, distrust, and the abandonment of faith by disillusioned observers with those who claim to be of God! This is a crucial warning for the integrity of the Christian message today. In summary, to offer an appropriate salvation proposal, the Lord guides us that it must begin through our lives, without hypocrisy and religiosity, a character change completely opposite to what is dictated by the world. Giving a good testimony, according to the Bible, involves living in a way that reflects and practices the teachings and values left by Jesus, with integrity, love for others, honesty, forgiveness, respect, loyalty, and a comprehensive relationship with God through our behavior and prayer. Giving a good testimony is initially the best proposal for the conversion of Word listeners, as well as those who are thirsty and hungry for a better life. This drastically and essentially implies living according to Christian principles and values, being a light that illuminates the path of others to Christ. This involves a continuous journey of spiritual growth and commitment to service and love for others. Being a good testimony is a proposal for which we should not find merit in ourselves, after all, it is exactly as the apostle Paul communicates to the Christians in the church of Ephesus: “For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, not a result of works, so that no one may boast.” This is the first exercise stated by Jesus in His Beatitude: “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” Giving a good testimony involves recognizing dependence on God, acting with humility before Him and others. In our life or ministry, we will often feel like crying, and we will cry, after all, even Jesus cried. In the Beatitudes, crying is a reason to be comforted by Christ Himself. Crying is an act of humility, surrender, and understanding that nothing is under our own strength. Yes, the beatitude says that we can have freedom to cry because this includes an attitude of contrition and repentance for a sin or something that has caused us deep sorrow. At the same time, this indicates that if we seek consolation in God’s grace, we will find it. And more than that, we will be comforted! The entire structure of our lives, the madness for pleasure, the amusement park mentality, the obsession with entertainment, the constant pursuit of excitement, money, energy, time, enthusiasm spent on living this is the expression of the world’s desire to avoid mourning, avoid grief, and avoid pain. But Jesus said, “Blessed are the mourners. Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.” In other words, only in Jesus will our lives and the ministry entrusted to us make sense even in the face of adversities and tears, for through them, we will be molded to be humble and surrendered to the true God! The Sermon on the Mount is the classic and true meaning of what we need in our lives to ensure that we understand what it means to be a disciple and how it will necessarily impact our lives. Jesus said in John 8:31-32: “If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples; and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” Being a disciple means being meek, but for that to happen, we must abide in the words of the Lord. In other words, the message recorded in the Sermon on the Mount is a great place to start learning the kind of character we should develop to be pleasing to Him. The Sermon on the Mount is also a good place to return periodically and assess ourselves, checking if there is any aspect in our lives that needs purity of heart, mercy, hunger and thirst for justice, and if indeed we are detached from this world, trusting fully in God with meekness in complex and challenging situations. Finally, the best evangelistic project boils down to living all the principles mentioned by Jesus. If we surrender before the Lord and His Justice and incorporate these principles into our spiritual journey, we contribute to an authentic testimony, reflecting the light of Christ in the world and positively impacting the lives of those around us. Certainly, this will be a great evangelistic project that will impact numerous lives. Our testimony should speak more than words. Jesus taught His disciples and listeners that, by correcting our lives, we are preaching before even using words. The Lord exhorts us to live according to the principles and teachings of the Gospel in such an impactful way that our life, attitudes, and love for others communicate the message of Christ clearly and inspiringly, dispensing the need to express it verbally. This implies being a living example of the love, compassion, humility, and justice that Jesus taught, allowing our life to be a message that speaks directly to the hearts of people around us.


    TITLE WHY SHOULD WE TRUSTY IN GOD IN COMPLEX AND IMPROBABLE ENVIRONMENTS? KEY VERSE 1 Kings 17: 1-16 PRELIMINARY NOTES In 1 Kings 17, we are introduced to the actions of the prophet Elijah without any preamble. Directed by God, he prophesies a great drought, directly challenging Baal, the god of life and fertility. In doing so, Elijah confronts the supposed ability of this idol to control climatic conditions. During the same period, Jezabel, the wife of King Ahab of Israel, orders the death of the prophets of the Lord for preaching against idolatry and other worship rituals of Baal. Elijah demonstrates boldness, determination, purpose, trust, and extreme faith in God in everything He instructed, even in the face of imminent death threats. His life, recorded in the Bible, is a testimony to why we should trust in God and the security we have when guided by His Word and Promises. Amidst this backdrop of uncertainties, immersed in complex and highly challenging environments, the Lord desires to teach us about our inclinations and what our true posture should be today to be upheld by His care, even when directed in unfriendly surroundings. NOTES 1.     OBEDIENCE AND TRUST IN GOD. ·       Carrying out God’s work involves executing challenging orders. ·       Understanding that you will be persecuted. ·       Being challenged to believe in the Provider and not just in the provision. ·       There will be no physical and emotional comfort. 2.     OBEDIENCE AND TRUST IN GOD IS PROTECTION ·       God promises care when sending you on a mission. ·       God fulfills the promise to feed and quench Elijah’s thirst. ·       Placing full trust in God leads to deeper levels of confidence. 3.     OBEDIENCE TO GOD WILL LEAD YOU TO PROFOUND EXPERIENCES. ·       God sends Elijah to be sustained by a needy widow. ·       Even in a new and seemingly more improbable environment to survive than the desert, God provides enough food for sustenance amid scarcity and persecution. 4.     OBEDIENCE TO GOD GENERATES MIRACLES THAT BLESS EVERYONE ·       God performs another miracle through Elijah in the face of food scarcity. ·       God resurrects the widow’s son. ·       Because of Elijah’s faith, the widow recognizes that God is with him. 5.     OUR STEADFAST POSTURE OF FAITH AND OBEDIENCE TO GOD PRODUCES MIRACLE AND RECOGNITION THAT GOD SPEAKS THROUGH US ·       Because of Elijah’s faith, the widow recognizes that God is with him. EXPENDED NOTES The prophet Elijah stands as one of the most intriguing and impactful figures in the Bible, used by God at a crucial moment in Israel’s history to resist a wicked king and bring revival to the land. Elijah’s ministry marked the beginning of the decline of Baal worship in Israel. His life was filled with turbulence, oscillating between decisive boldness and moments of fear and hesitation, followed by recovery. Elijah, a prophet whose name means “My God is the Lord,” hailing from Tishbe in Gilead, makes a prominent entrance in 1 Kings 17:1, abruptly challenging Ahab, an evil king who ruled the northern kingdom from 874 to 853 B.C. Elijah prophesies a drought upon the land as a result of Ahab’s wickedness (1 Kings 17:1–7). From the inception of his ministry, Elijah reveals that the life of a true believer is marked by challenging tasks in carrying out God’s work. God’s work is surrounded by persecution and requires a generation of faith to confront systems and nations corrupted by idolatry and immorality. However, simultaneously, Jesus tells us that we are blessed and rewarded when we observe His word, as described in Matthew 5:10-12: “Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of me. Rejoice and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven, for in the same way, they persecuted the prophets who were before you.” This verse highlights the blessedness and heavenly reward for those facing persecution for the sake of righteousness, connecting with the idea of difficult challenges in carrying out God’s work. Therefore, it is crucial to understand Elijah, whose name means “My God is the Lord,” immediately challenging us to believe absolutely in the Provider of all our needs and not in a specific security or provision. Contrary to contemporary teachings, being with God means the absence of vanity, pride, physical, and emotional comfort. God works in this way in our lives to foster a deeper and more intimate relationship based on trust in His promise of care and eternity, as well as His powerful revelations from His throne. By listening to His voice and placing our obedience and trust in God, we see His Word fulfilled through our lives, allowing His purposes to be accomplished. On the other hand, we will face difficulties offered by the world and its corruption, but we will prevail, especially concerning eternal life when we remain steadfast in God’s Word, as Jesus said in John 10:27-28: “My sheep listen to my voice; I know them, and they follow me. I give them eternal life, and they shall never perish; no one will snatch them out of my hand.” An example of this is when God instructs Elijah to hide near the brook of Cherith, where he is fed by ravens, fulfilling His promise of sustenance in the face of extreme adversity, as Jesus teaches us in Matthew 6:26: “Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they?” This verse supports the idea that God, just as He cares for the birds of the air, also provides and sustains those who are in obedience and trust in Him, as exemplified in the story of Elijah being fed by ravens. This protection and provision are expressions of divine care for those who follow His will. Another crucial point is that in our homes, communities, or ministries entrusted by God into our hands, you will often be called to remain silent, even when people are blaspheming against God or making personal attacks on your life. Speaking or prophesying is important in the entire process, but there will be times when God, to protect you, teach you, and work in your life, will command you to withdraw to some desert to refine and prepare you for greater challenges of relationship and faith. This process of surrender, obviously, is not easy, as in the midst of the journey with God, you will feel discouragement, fatigue, a desire to give up, and at times, you may even feel thoughts of death. That’s why we must always stay connected with God through prayer and reading the Lord’s Word, so that the certainty about the PROVIDER never declines during your period of difficulty or when you are sheltered by God in a desert. What we learn from the life of Elijah is that if GOD challenges you and sends you on a mission, HE WILL GUARD YOU, PROTECT YOU, AND SUSTAIN YOU as His promise in Matthew 6:33. And when we are challenged by God in obedience and understanding of what it really means to have a ministry, the Lord will always lead us to even more unlikely and profound experiences to generate more faith and learning. In the text, God takes Elijah out of a desert that no longer produced water and had no food due to the drought he had prophesied earlier and sends him to the house of a widow who cared for a son alone, in need and under the oppression of the king and queen, as the Word itself and the historical context indicate. Indeed, God sends Elijah to a place where the monarchy was hunting and killing prophets, making the environment even more unlikely for Elijah. However, the Word of God surprises us with Elijah’s willingness and his understanding of who is in charge of his life. According to God’s promise, Elijah meets the widow in a neighboring country, and through his obedience, God provides enough food for Elijah, the widow, and her son. Miraculously, the widow’s flour bin and oil jar never run out (1 Kings 17:8–16). As a powerful lesson for our lives, this passage teaches us that our trust is not in a specific country, money, our talents, or any other provision on Earth. The true miracle happens when we believe exclusively in God’s will and His purposes for our lives, as stated in John 14:12: “Very truly I tell you, whoever believes in me will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater things than these because I am going to the Father.” And also, in Matthew 6:10: “Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.” Thus, in the context of the text, the widow would be blessed only by Elijah’s faith, but the Word of God reveals that she also needed to believe and obey before a man who spoke the things of God. Obviously, the difficulties were many, and her faith was certainly shaken, living amid oppression, and surely, as God sees the heart of that woman, He decided to answer that prayer. On that occasion, Elijah told the woman not to fear and that she should prepare the food and bring the first portion to him. For her, it was an act of great faith, as there was no food for her or her son, and the inconsistent situation promoted by oppression generated doubts, fears, and daily wounds, similar to what anyone could face, even living by faith. Our structure, after all, has a body with emotions and intellectual rationality that suffers from the environment and traumas, making it difficult to see what God really has for our lives. In conclusion, what we can understand from this text is that when activated by genuine faith, the people around us, even if they do not believe in the miracle in times of difficulty, feel secure or inspired to do what is necessary for the miracle to happen. And, of course, for our learning, we understand that only through Elijah’s act of obedience did God perform the miracle of the multiplication of flour and oil, satisfying hunger and thirst for everyone for a long time. God commands us not to focus on the turmoil of life in this world, as we have a strong inclination to shift our focus from the Lord and become discouraged. God demonstrates His power through mighty works and judgments, such as wind, fire, and earthquakes, but He also relates to us intimately and personally, as in the silent whisper. Ultimately, He tends to our physical needs, encourages us to examine our thoughts and behaviors, instructs us on how to proceed, and assures us that we will never be alone. In other words, when we pay attention to God’s voice and obey His Word, we can find encouragement, victory, and reward. Elijah struggled with his typical human weaknesses but was mightily used by God because he was certain that surrendering his life to God and His purposes was greater, as Jesus teaches us in Matthew 10:39: “Whoever finds their life will lose it, and whoever loses their life for my sake will find it.” It’s worth adding that even in the life of a servant approved by God, situations can arise that are even more complex, pulling us out of a possible comfort zone and showing us that for God, there are no boundaries to His power and willingness to work miracles in our lives. In other words, losing our life to the world will make us find God in every moment and every detail. This is precisely what we read as the story progresses in 1 Kings 17:17. The widow’s son becomes ill and dies. Immediately, the widow blames Elijah for her son’s death and, within her understanding, attributes an injustice to Elijah and recalls a hidden sin up to that moment. The way Elijah reacts is surprising. He remains silent in the face of falsehoods because he understands what Jesus said in Luke 18:27: “What is impossible with man is possible with God.” So, Elijah isolates himself with the child and cries out to God for a miracle. God hears Elijah’s cry and grants that the widow’s son be resurrected. Because of Elijah’s faith, the widow finally recognizes that God was with him. We cannot judge her for this, after all, as mentioned earlier, she was emotionally shaken by the oppressive context, seeing many prophets die, and her situation not changing until that moment. Moreover, the entire backdrop of difficulties was promoted by kings who worshiped Baal, generating a real and imminent fear of death. In conclusion, we learn another powerful lesson: often, it’s not what we preach that will make a difference, but our silent attitude without complaining, that is, believing and having genuine faith that will cause God to open the heavens and perform miracles directly from His throne, whether during the desert or to resurrect whatever is needed, from dreams to the life of someone we love. PRACTICAL APPLICATION IN OUR MINISTERIAL AND PERSONAL LIFE WHY SHOULD WE TRUST IN GOD? What do we learn from Elijah? Well, Elijah from the Bible is considered an example of obedience, faith, and true love, as Jesus stated in John 14:15: “If you love me, you will obey what I command.” Due to his courageous response, both in moral matters and in obedience to God’s call, along with his unwavering confidence in adverse situations and his commitment to follow the instructions of the only Lord, he caught God’s attention to be summoned for even more challenging tasks. Just as the name Elijah means “My God is the Lord,” we are challenged to believe absolutely in the Provider of all our needs and not in specific provision or our own strength if we want to fulfill our calling with excellence, according to God’s will, guided by Jesus in Matthew 6:33 (NIV): “But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.” Elijah demonstrated obedience by proclaiming God’s message, faced the predicted drought, stood firm in principles, and did not yield to cultural pressures with distorted values, challenging the influence of idols like Baal, which resulted in hatred and persecution, as the Bible tells us in Matthew 10:22 and John 15:18-20. In conclusion, our final reflection is that if we want to be successful in our life and ministry, we should not doubt because it saddens the Lord, as stated in His Word in Matthew 14:31: “Immediately Jesus reached out his hand and caught him. ‘You of little faith,’ he said, ‘why did you doubt?’” Yes, we should move forward without fear, without doubt, and with great faith, like Elijah, who trusted and sought to live according to God’s will in all areas and moments of his life, ultimately deepening his relationship with God, even when he felt depressed. Elijah clearly understood what John 16:33 says: “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world, you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” WHY SHOULD WE TRUST IN GOD LIKE ELIJAH? Simply because He has overcome the world!


    David Wilkerson was the senior pastor and founder of Times Square Church in New York City. During his lifetime, David initiated Teen Challenge to help teen gang members, drug users, etc recover and hear the word of God. He is perhaps best known for his book "The Cross and the Switchblade". His prophetic, uncompromised, anointed teaching lead many to life in Jesus.


    This is a video about the Spirit of the Antichirst which is already at work in the world today preparing for the Antichrist to be revealed.


    With vulnerability and deep anguish in his delivery, David Wilkerson gives this soul-stirring sermon on the necessity of anguish—to bear God's heart, passion, and burden within our lives. Today many of our churches and lives are looking ever more like the world—a coldness has swept in—a sign of ruin that is slowly draining spiritual power and passion. Wilkerson says there will be no renewal, no revival, no awakening, until we are willing to seek after God and allow Him to break us. A true prayer life begins with the baptism of anguish—and it is in the midst of anguish that we find true joy.

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    This incredible message was preached in 1986, just a short time before the PTL scandal broke forth. In this sermon, Brother Wilkerson prophesies the downfall of many major ministries in America, because they were rejecting the message of repentance, holiness, and separation. This prophecy began to be fulfilled in short order !!

  • How NOT to GO to HELL?

    This is a video about the PREPARING for the LAST DAYS, David Wilkerson prophesies a great awakening and preaches on how to prepare for the end!


    🔥 What do you think of when you hear the expression “God’s grace”? “UnMerited Favor” toward us? “For by GRACE are you SAVED” ? Ok! I will help you with this questions. Read below: 📕 “For by grace are you saved, through faith, and that not of yourselves” Ephesians 2:8. 📕 "To all that be in Rome, beloved of God, called to be saints: Grace to you and peace from God our Father, and the Lord Jesus Christ." Romans 1:7 📕 "Grace be to you and peace from God our Father, and from the Lord Jesus Christ." 2 Corinthians 1:2 📕 "Elect according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, through sanctification of the Spirit, unto obedience and sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ: Grace unto you, and peace, be multiplied." 1 Peter 1:2 ______ "Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth" John 17:17. 🔥📕🎧 CHAPTERS @TheresStillTimeForGod! _____ 🌎 Site 🎥 TikTok 🔥📕🎧 MORE AUDIO BOOK _____ 🔔 Now, if you want to subscribe and follow me to share much more about God, I am waiting for you! God Bless you and keep you and your family safe! See you soon! #god #hope #jesus #faith #sanctification #revelation #caniprayforyou #prayer #TheresStillTimeForGod 🔥🔔 Click here for Subscribe!


    🔥 When someone accepts Jesus as savior, they are sanctified - purified from the consequences of sin! So, DO YOU KNOW, WHATS ThIS WORD REALLY MEANING FOR US? SANCTIFICATION - SAVE THIS WORD ______ "Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth" John 17:17. 🔥📕🎧 CHAPTERS @TheresStillTimeForGod! _____ 🌎 Site 🎥 TikTok 🔥📕🎧 MORE AUDIO BOOK _____ 🔔 Now, if you want to subscribe and follow me to share much more about God, I am waiting for you! God Bless you and keep you and your family safe! See you soon! #god #hope #jesus #faith #sanctification #revelation #caniprayforyou #prayer #TheresStillTimeForGod 🔥🔔 Click here for Subscribe!

  • Why NOTHING in Your Life is LOSTED?

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