Recession-proof Christian Life
2/23/11 at 03:20 AM 0 Comments

Pastor John Hagee speaks on Egypt; Earthquakes and Social Turmoil - Still It is Well.

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Pastor John Hagee recently issued a video broadcast on his perspective on Egypt and why he believes the indicators do not portend any good for the US and indeed for the region as social crisis spreads to other Middle-Eastern nations.  His views suggest more global instability unleashing a more unpredictable economic and socio-political fallout.  The fire of God’s Global Revival is burning and the counter fire of “the Philistines” cannot stop it.

Watch Hagee’s video broadcast.

Luke 21[31]  So likewise ye, when ye see these things come to pass, know ye that the kingdom of God is nigh at hand.

It is time to look up, to look to God for His revival.  I pray for a revival coming that will question many things taken for granted.  Please read blog post  Trivialising the destiny of Men with a false gospel – Fake Calvary. Time has indeed come to re-examine all that we are doing... and re-establish the identity of the follower of Christ.  Read as well recent article in The Christian Post  The Cover up - What it really means to be a Christian. The truth is, to be a Christian is to be a slave of Christ, according to Pastor John MacArthur in his new book - Slave.   This is the most accurate way of truly understanding what it means to be a Christ follower.

No doubt there are many flames raging but the fire from the throne of God consumes other strange fires. Psalm 97[3]  A fire goeth before him, and burneth up his enemies round about.

Read also Egypt, Social Revolution and Lessons for Revival as God looks for His flames – His ministers.  To be recession-proof we need to be ablaze for God again with the fire of the Holy in the days of Pentecost. We cannot be lukewarm or the flies will alight even as wickedness and deception rages with a new fury. We cannot ignore all these indicators and return to “business-as-usual”

There is no cause for alarm if we reconsider our ways, repent and realign with the truth of the word of God.  We are however foolhardy to continue in debating our obedience as though the endorsement of fallen men counts for anything.

We also pray for God to comfort families impacted by the New Zealand earthquakes. Look to God more than ever before ....whatever draws us closer to God is a gift.

Isaiah 3[10]  Say ye to the righteous, that it shall be well with him : for they shall eat the fruit of their doings. [11]  Woe unto the wicked! it shall be ill with him : for the reward of his hands shall be given him.

Our God reigns.

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