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When we consider the conduct of many who claim to be Christians today, we are compelled to wonder what spirit is influencing them.
Christianity is facing its most trying time in this generation, because of carnality; and until and unless it is dealt with, it will be ruin of Christianity as it ought to be.
Hostility to the word of God is the result of a carnal mind. No matter how much a carnal mind wants to do the Will of God, it cannot because, it does not have ability to. Only a spiritual mind can obey God!
Ultimately, the question needs to be asked whether or not a Christian is being influenced by the Spirit of Christ or another spirit.
We have one of two choices: either walk in the Spirit or follow the leading of the flesh. And as long as the latter is not done, the former cannot take place.
The Christian is called to set men free from sin and demonic oppression; not to set them on fire by praying down fire and brimstone!
The Body of Christ, also known as the Church, is One irrespective of differences in skin colour, nationality, ethnicity, language, socioeconomic status, political affiliation, etc. Nothing can divide the true Body of Christ!
How prepared are you for the return of the Lord Jesus Christ. In this clip, we give a personal testimony and a challenge to seek preparedness for the return of the Lord Jesus Christ.
The pathway to heaven (eternal life) is through Jerusalem, which is a figure of suffering, persecution, mockery, death, etc. And unless we follow the Lord Jesus Christ to the place of the cross, we would not be able to enter into the kingdom of God!
There will be attempts to dissuade us from getting to Jerusalem--the place of trial, tribulations, suffering, persecution, and even death; and we must strive to keep on the strait and narrow path, which will keep us on the path of glory through suffering!
As we go to 'Jerusalem' with the Lord Jesus, we are faced with temptation that seek to make us avoid going there; hence, we must needs be determined, resolved, and resolute about going to 'Jerusalem', although it is unpleasant for the believer in Christ, yet it is the pathway to eternal life.
As we follow the Lord Jesus to Jerusalem--the place of suffering, persecution and death--The Lord Himself will be with us. This is the assurance that we have, and so, we can go to our own 'Jerusalem' knowing that the Lord is with us!