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Preparing our lost loved ones in the end times.

Updated on August 27, 2014

Kathleen Luther: The rapture


As day and night pass each other...

It is no doubt the end times. However, all of us have seen the debauchery this world is living in. The same world our lost loved ones are living in. A world we have, as Christians, overcome through Christ. Even a small sin, we feel, grieves our Holy Spirit... What about our lost who relish and fight and feed on the sickness of sin? The ones who seem not able to rise from a pit, we may have found as Christ is our help and risen out of, which they seem to sulk back into, slip within and laugh all the way down. It is like day and night passing by each other in a fog. As Christians our Holy Spirit, our closest Friend, sings in us of a coming day... A day when we will stand in the Light of heaven, smile in our Savior's eyes and walk into eternity. Our eyes ever wonder to the east, for a cracking of it's sky, a breath away from Heaven!

A Message Jesus Gave Me To Tell You!! LISTEN!!!!!!

Facing the future without fear...

We are not safe. The world hinges on end time prophesy plates shifting toward the final hour. Or what seems, it's last second. And we immerse ourselves on TV, life happening, $1 store rummaging, Walmart sales, and little used DVD shops. We tattoo scriptures on our arms in script. We plan what movie we long to see three months from now. We have already forgotten the last time we saw a really good movie. One that made us feel good inside as the wars far away stayed far away. Now, we are assaulted on every side. Our dreams, which we laid down for a family have a small pain inside us, but we move on.

Now imagine the life of a lost soul. Or even a backslider... One with knowledge of what you know, has seen the end from mega busting movies which destroy whole cities inside... Who peruse in clubs dancing and going on... Now imagine their lost. Imagine the ones whom only they can reach. Imagine the one who has that one answer, which can change the course of the future. The answer which can spark the imagination of the youth with a heart to put down the video game and pick up a witnessing track.

We have failed. All of us, one way or another. We have time. That is what we say, as we lie to ourselves. We don't. And we know it. Because the time we have is a vapor, according to God's Word. We are it. At 18, we marveled at a legal cigarette. At 21, the drink. At 30 we wondered why we did what we did. And after that we claim its all down hill.

And then life is a poem we memorized over and over in our minds. Mindful of the lines which still bring us pain. Still recited guilt. Speaking through our eyes as we look down into what is left of us after broken promises, missed opportunities, lost chances, last chances.

We need to remember, life is more than the hourglass sand that still falls. Those moments which the slower sand filled. If this moment were all there was, what would we do with it? What prayer would we ask? What would we stand up to change? What would we value to let go? Where is the switch which we use to turn off? Or to turn on?

How Jesus can reach the unreachable touch the untouchable and love the unlovable

The promise to stand on for your lost loved ones and what to do until the promise manifests

The scriptures promise salvation to our lost loved ones.

Acts 16:31

30and after he brought them out, he said, "Sirs, what must I do to be saved?" 31They said, "Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved, you and your household." 32And they spoke the word of the Lord to him together with all who were in his house.…

We must pray for the lost loved ones of our family, those who seemed distant, those who we long to speak to but seemed almost as if they are impervious to us, our faith, our very words. But until they finally turn around, to see, these steps should help us until His words in our heart manifest.

  • Pray for others. 1 THESSALONIANS 5:17
  • Ask for angels to minister.
  • Call laborers to cross their path. MATTHEW 9:38
  • Ask the Holy Spirit to pray for them. ROMANS 8:26
  • Listen to the heart of God. Be still and know I am God. PSALM 46:10
  • Listen to the scriptures over and over again.
  • Make use of your authority as in the Word.
  • Continue to stand on the Words of God. The promises of God are 'yes' and 'amen'. 2 CORINTHIANS 1:20
  • Remember the Redemptive Names of God
  • Cast your cares unto the Lord for He cares for you. 1 PETER 5:7
  • Ask angels to sing over them at night. HEBREWS 1:14
  • Hold fast to your confession of faith WITHOUT WAVERING. HEBREWS 10:23
  • Seek ye first the kingdom of God and His Righteousness and allow everything else to fall into place. MATTHEW 6:33

J. Seward Johnson Jr: The Awakening


Little girl sees...

Out of the mouth...

Children hear well from the Lord. Their honest is the best witness to this world. They do not lie. Their faces refuse to bare a lie. They are pure. When a child has a warning as this one, one is quick to listen. Christ is returning. His reward is with Him. And now, our priorities are at a minor shift. A mention of Christ return should bring a wonder to us. But somehow, it is as if the call silent, until we hear it again, as hourglass sand has drained a bit. We awake, find Jesus, and then as if the slumber of reality slowly rests over our eyes...


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