John 12:26 “If any man serve me, let him follow me; and where I am, there shall also my servant be: if any man serve me, him will my Father honour.”
This is my fervent desire. To be where the Lord desires me to be. This morning, I was pondering a lot of things. The lateness of the hour, the spirit of slumber that has overtaken the masses, the perpetual sideshows that keep everyone in suspense over divers frivilocities and the season that we’re entering into. As I was in prayer this morning, one thing became clear. The blogging season is over; at least for me. (at least for now) The time is short and there’s too much to be done in these final hours of the age.
The final hours of the age. This age is coming to its end. Scripture is coming to pass before our eyes. Were entering a time which will become so intense that “except those days be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elects sake those days shall be shortened.” As such, it’s imperative to be about our Fathers business in whatever capacity he would have us be. We must draw close to him and truly seek his will instead of our self-centered agendas. Words cannot relay the seriousness of the hour. Every hour, souls pass into eternity. Every hour, the return of Jesus draws closer. every hour that passes, is an hour that will never be again. Please visit the following post on Peters site:
The post is long, but should be read by every saint who professes to be watching. Peters site, www.theagetocome.wordpress.com is one to keep track of. I would also admonish all who remain in the blogosphere to keep track of Michael Boldeas site: www.mikeboldea.blogspot.com Most of all, I would admonish every saint to do what we know we should be doing. Get close to the Lord Jesus in prayer, stay in his word, and work while time remains. Let go of every idol and hinderance that would keep us from hearing what the Spirit saith unto the churches.
Well, I’m signing off for now. I may return to posting in the future and for this reason, I’m keeping the site up. As for now, however, other priorities with eternal implications, must be addressed. As Susan once told me “When the time comes to let go of the blog, we’ll be in such a place spiritually that we’ll have no trouble letting it go.” (or words to that effect)
Have a blessed day in Jesus.
Timothy Pelfrey (aka timbob)