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He’s coming, coming, coming again! I know He’s coming, coming again. I’ve dreamed about it.  Hope you have, too. He’s coming, coming, coming again. On a white shiny horse, with a sword in His mouth. He’s coming, coming, coming again. His head full of crowns. His clothes dipped in blood. He’s coming, coming, coming again. With eyes like a flame and a rod made of iron. He’s coming, coming, coming again. With KING OF KINGS written on His garment and thigh. He’s coming, coming, coming again. With the armies of Heaven and the name Word of God. He’s coming, coming, coming again. The trumpet will sound. Dead saints will rise first. He’s coming, coming, coming again. What a glorious time for saints dead and alive!   He’s coming, coming, coming again. Scoffers beware! His coming is near! He’s coming, coming, coming again. Like a thief in the night, to those who don’t care. He’s coming, coming, coming again. T


I John 1:11  “But he that hateth his brother is in darkness, and walketh in darkness, and knoweth not whither he goeth, because that darkness hath blinded his eyes.” Hating your brother blinds you and doesn’t allow you to achieve your purpose.   It removes you from the path of light and casts you into the broad way of darkness.  It throws you into a state of confusion and leads you into the way of destruction.  It limits your growth.   It does not let you discover your purpose, nor complete your purpose.   Cain began to hate his brother after they both presented sacrifices to the Lord and his brother’s was accepted; but his wasn’t.  He eventually killed his brother, was judged by God, and became a marked fugitive and vagabond in the earth (Genesis 4). Cain should have put his pride aside and corrected himself.  Getting it wrong the first time does not mean that you will never get it right, but darkness prevented him!   Lack of wisdom did not let him get it right!  Lack o


“Since we heard of your faith in Christ Jesus, and of the love which ye have to all the saints. v.5 For the hope which is laid up for you in heaven, whereof ye heard before in the word of the truth of the gospel.” The Colossians had love for all the saints.  The simple and wise.  The quiet and meek.   The dark-skinned and light-skinned.  The tall and short. The rich and poor.  The educated and uneducated.  The fat and lean.  They loved them all and they did it for this reason:  The hope that was laid up for them in Heaven. My little children, The hope that is laid up for you in Heaven should be enough to motivate you to love all the saints—the Africans, the Asians, the Americans, West Indians, and so on.    So what is LOVE and how do we show it?”  I Corinthians 13: 4-8 gives of an in-depth look at love or charity and how people who have LOVE behave and relate to the saints.  It will do us good to take a very close look at it and examine ourselves. ·        Love suffers


Genesis 18:15 “Then Sarah denied, saying, I laughed not: for she was afraid.  And he said, Nay; but thou didst laugh.” Sarah, had a call on her life to be the mother of all nations, and had to learn a few lessons along the way.  Never doubt the ability of God to do.   If He said it, He will surely bring it to pass.  It was her unbelief and impatience that begat the Hagar affair, and instead of repenting and having a change of heart, she continued down the same old path and found herself in trouble again.  This time it was too close for comfort.  She laughed at God, and thought nobody saw and when she realized that God saw, she denied it and became afraid.      Have you ever done anything and thought nobody saw?  Are you the kind of person who is miss goody two-shoes in front of people and behind them hell is breaking loose.  Have you become a repeat offender of something you know you should have dropped a long time ago?  Remember that God sees all and He knows all and


Philippians 3:9 “And be found in him, not having mine own righteousness, which is of the law, but that which is through the faith of Christ (Christianity), the righteousness which is of God by faith.” The Apostle Paul in the above scripture describes the righteousness of the law as HIS OWN RIGHTEOUSNESS. This was before he became born-again and accepted Jesus as His Lord and Savior.  Therefore self-righteousness is living by the law without Christ; but to live by the law or the word of God with Christ is not self-righteousness, for we have been told to seek the kingdom of God first and His righteousness.  There is a righteousness of the kingdom and it is not through self it is through Jesus by faith, and it can only be accessed by faith.  Years ago, when I was a very young Christian, I was taking driving lessons with a young man.  I don’t remember having any thoughts towards him at all, but I found that I was having some kind of feeling towards him, and I was married


Genesis 16 “And Sarai said unto Abram, My wrong be upon thee….” She had received all the warning signs and, and she instantly knew that she had done wrong.  She had been wrestling with the idea of Hagar playing the role of wife to her husband for a long time, and each time the thought came, a stop light went on in her spirit, but she dismissed it.   Each time the thought came she felt afraid, yet she dismissed it.  Each time the thought came she felt an uneasiness in her spirit, and yet still she dismissed it.  She probably even had nightmares about it, but she ignored them all.  Finally, the Lord decided that he would let her see the outcome of her foolish thinking and lack of understanding to do something that God had not approved. Naturally, this idea did not bring her any joy.  It brought her pain and misery instead because it was not the commandment of the Lord.  John 15: 11 gives us the secret of having our joy full. It is a simple one--keep God’s  commandments.    T


Psalm 1 begins by addressing four individuals, the righteous, (the ungodly, the sinner, and the scorner).  Then it tells us in verse 5, who goes where in eternity.   Psalm 1:5 “Therefore the ungodly shall not stand in the judgment, nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous.” Therefore the ungodly... Who are the ungodly?  The ungodly are people who have accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, were purged from their old sins, but returned to live an ungodly life and became unrepentant. They do not do what 2 Peter 1 teaches.   2 Peter 1:6-7 tells us to add to our faith, virtue; add to virtue, knowledge; add to knowledge, temperance; add to temperance, patience; add to patience, GODLINESS; add to GODLINESS, brotherly kindness; and add to brotherly kindness, charity. ....shall not stand in the judgment… In what Judgment?   The judgment seat of Christ. ( Ro. 14:10, 2 Cor. 5:10, Rev 11:18) ...nor sinners… Who are sinners?  Sinners are those who



Genesis 21:9 “And Sarah saw the son of Hagar the Egyptian, which she had born unto Abraham, mocking.”  Women like Hagar, get a kick out of doing evil.  When one plan fails, rest assured another one is brewing.   So, Hagar gets ahold of Ishmael and puts him up to mock Isaac.   Sarah saw it.  Took it to Abraham and protested that she cannot take it anymore, Hagar must be sent away.  Abraham listened, but was unwilling to send her away. After all, Hagar sowed a joyful seed into the ministry of Abraham, and Abraham was not the type of man to repay good with evil.  Then one night, while Abraham was meditating on the issue, God spoke to him and said, “Abraham, agree with Sarah your wife.”    Abraham agreed and judgment was executed.  Hagar and her child was sent away. You see, Hagar is the type of woman who doesn’t stop until she is stopped. She is the type of woman who is not fit to teach her children.  She teaches heresy and unsound doctrine. She is the type of woman who


Genesis 16:4 “And he went in unto Hagar, and she conceived: and when she saw that she had conceived, her mistress was despised in her eyes.” Too many times women come into a Church and despise the First Lady.  They envy her position.  They despise her gifts.  They despise her advantage.   They despise her marriage.   No amount of kindness showed to these women can change them from this evil mentality.   These women are the Hagars of the ministry.   They were called to bring forth Ismael; but they want to bring forth Isaac.   They were called to be servants but they want to be leaders.  They were called to help the first lady, but they want to replace the first lady.  They never learned how to treat leaders.   They never learned how to be a servant.  Therefore these women, like Hagar, need to be given a lesson in humility.   The online dictionary describes humility as a quality or condition of being humble or having a modest opinion or estimate of one’s own importance, rank