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  1. Thank you my precious friend Sandi for the confirming Word from the Lord here. The great Divide is taking place and the Separation is sure in process!
    Daily we must seek to draw closer and closer to Jesus. Definetely a sober moment!
    Sad but many are still in the valley of decision. Time for all of us to know that time is running out!
    The Lord’s immanent return is upon us. No more pain and sorrow soon. Perservere and be faithful till the very end we must. I love you sister.

  2. This is an important word with very much in it. Having the beast system within us must mean having a love for the world.  If this persists, we will be on a slippery slope to taking the full mark of the beast and thereby losing our salvation. However, we are but flesh, so only the Lord can rescue us from ever reaching this state, and He will rescue the elect from it, by definition of the elect being the elect. 

    However, it is dangerous to presume that we belong to the elect or to a final remnant, if we are not continuously repenting, losing our love of the world and drawing closer to the Lord. We also need to see that this cannot be done in our own strength, but that He alone is the “author and the finisher of our faith”, not ourselves, and, here, I would emphasise the word “finisher”. That is, the two pitfalls to avoid are complacency and pride.

    • Yes Mark I agree with every word here. Does it not sure put the fear of God in us? Save us oh Lord from presumptious sin!

      While the Lord is So kind and loving He is also a Holy God!

      He lets us choose with our own free will. I choose life and to ‘repent daily’. Who am I to think I know best?
      The world has got a snare and a trap in it. It can allure and we can walk away one step at a time.
      Lord keep us to be faithful until death!!

      • I say amen to this, Joyce, and would just add that many Christians tend to think that the world is something outside of the church, while in fact it is also inside it.  When Jesus spoke of the world, it was one that was exclusively religious. If the world is in the church, this must mean that the “ruler of the world” is also present there – appearing as an angel of light. Thus, to believe that the church must be separate from the world is to allow an even more dangerous deception.

        • Yes, agreed Mark, as you know it is in Rev 2:13 “I know thy works, and where thou dwellest, even where Satan’s seat is: and thou holdest fast my name, and hast not denied my faith, even in those days wherein Antipas was my faithful martyr, who was slain among you, where Satan dwelleth.”

          How are we to be lights of the world, if we don’t go in it? Still we can be in the world but not of it. Sanctified a Holy people. We must rightly divide the Word of truth.
          Still listening to that ‘still small Voice’ leading us where and when to go or when to stay out.
          A Consecrated Walk for sure and simply being Obedient to the Spirits drawing. Thank you for your input.

          One more thought… A worldly church, God forbid!!

  3. WORD!!!! Wow, my friend, Joyce. What confirming sequential visions and dreams the Lord showed you things in the making until now..indeed the MIDNIGHT hour! Midnight being the number 12. I hear the Father say I am the ULTIMATE AUTHORITY (Ruler 12) and it is the enemy and one world order hopefuls midnight hour just before I sound my Midnight CRY. THe great divide is taking place in this midnight hour and the separation is in process as I deal with my own, says the Lord. It is a sober moment of life or death. Great word. Love you much, my ‘agreement’ prayer warrior.Love you, Sandi

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