Sunday, November 2, 2014

PRE-RAPTURE AND PRE-TRIBULATION JUDGEMENT FOR THE CHURCH. IMPORTANT TO READ.
This coming asteroid is not WORMWOOD, and it is not part of the judgments described in Revelation. This has been clarified many times, but many just do not, or will not, understand it.

This judgment is because of, and FOR the Church. It is not a judgment for the ungodly and unbelieving world. The global divine judgments for the wicked, unbelieving world are clearly explained and detailed in the Book of Revelation, and will occur within the Great Tribulation. If this asteroid were part of the Great Tribulation, if it were Wormwood, there would be no need to prophesy it. It would already be clearly prophesied in the Book of Revelation.

This asteroid is an event prior to the Rapture and prior to the Great Tribulation. It is part of the period called "Beginning of Sorrows." It is an event that is necessary to break and cleanse the Church of the Lord, to teach her to humble herself and bow to Him, to bend her knees in brokenness before Him. It is an event to get rid of the false preachers, leaders, and false prophets who only preach prosperity, money, wealth and do not speak of repentance and judgment, who do not allow the rebuke, reprimand or expression of the Holy Spirit, who do not preach Holiness, repentance, or brokenness before the Lord, and allow all kinds of aberrations in the Holy places. This is the Church that will be "spewed out" of the Lord's mouth. Jesus will not allow multitudes of His sheep to continue walking into perdition.

This is also a judgment that will bring new and countless souls around the world, from every nation, to enter the Ark of Salvation, Jesus Christ, before the Rapture and before the Great Tribulation.

The Church is not ready to leave in the Rapture. The Lord knows this, and for the sake of His beloved, He has to prepare her. He does not want anyone to perish or to stay behind in the Great Tribulation. He has to take drastic measures to achieve this, since humans are so hard of head and heart that we do not wake up, respond, obey, heed or understand unless we are shaken up. Literally.

Whomever believes that the Church is prepared and does not need major correcting, lives in a complete and blind denial and deception. If Jesus Christ came right now for His church, only a tiny minority would leave with Him in the Rapture. The Church is supposed to be a guide for the world, an example and manifestation of the Light of the Holy Spirit for all nations. Do you see this happening worldwide? Or do you see a lukewarm Church, who does not dare to defend the postulates of the Master Lord Jesus Christ, who does not dare to protest, who does not praise, who thinks only of her own interests, who does not lend her hand to the poor and helpless, who does not go out into the streets to evangelize, who agrees with everything in the name of tolerance and "love," who remains silent before the passing and practice of laws that offend God and go against His Word, who remains quiet and crossarmed before the apostasy in the Church, so as not to be"judgmental", offensive or "critical," who thinks herself holy and worthy simply because she says "Lord, Lord!", who has only time for God one day a week, who is not warning others, who does not speak of judgment, repentance, or hell, who tears each other and her true prophets apart because of jealousies, or differences of opinion, who allows anyone to go up to the altar, who practices santeria and witchcraft, who lives double lives, who blasphemes, who behaves like the world??? Is that the Church that you believe is worthy of the Rapture? Is that the Church "without spot or wrinkle" for whom The Lord comes? No, my brother.
In the wicked world there is sometimes more reverence to God than within the Church itself. Because, although they do not serve the Lord, they are at least not hypocritical proclaiming one thing within the Church and doing another outside of it. At least they are honest and know that they are outside the Will of God.

I think that the following biblical passage illustrates perfectly the attitude the Lord is seeking from His Church:

Luke 18:9-14King James Version (KJV)

"And he spake this parable unto certain which trusted in themselves that they were righteous, and despised others:
Two men went up into the temple to pray; the one a Pharisee, and the other a publican.
The Pharisee stood and prayed thus with himself, God, I thank thee, that I am not as other men are, extortioners, unjust, adulterers, or even as this publican.
I fast twice in the week, I give tithes of all that I possess.
And the publican, standing afar off, would not lift up so much as his eyes unto heaven, but smote upon his breast, saying,"God be merciful to me a sinner."
I tell you, this man went down to his house justified rather than the other: for every one that exalteth himself shall be abased; and he that humbleth himself shall be exalted.