November 11, 2010

Normally I’m not one to highlight particular days. In the context of Romans 14:5, I’m firmly in the “every day the same” camp. This is due primarily to each day being a gift from the Lord and the incredible peace that one has when they are abiding in Christ. Be it a cold day in January or a balmy summer afternnoon, the peace of God remains through all seasons and circumstances. There are, however, three days of a given year, which cause reflection and turn ones thoughts to the flow of events. The first of these is new years, where one cannot help but ponder the developments over the last 365 days, consider the trends in light of scripture, and prayerfully inquire as to the events to comes. Another day is the fourth of July for much the same reason; albeit as pertaining to the course of a nation and its role in that which is soon to be unleashed. The third is November 10, which is my birthday. It’s a day of reflecting on an important reality; that the years are slipping by and issues of eternal significance must be given utmost priority. It’s a call to “number our days that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom.” (Psalm 90:12.)

Never has this seemed more important than now as the end time situation continues to manifest before us. I’m convinced beyond a doubt that unimaginable turmoil is right around the corner in this land. The devaluation of the currency, and the intentional sabotaging of a land by those with global aspirations will have irreversable consequences. (George Soros has visited the Obama white house 4 times) There is judgment in the land and I have to agree with Steve Quayle that “while individual salvations are, and will continue to take place, the nation as a whole is reaping the whirlwind. The reasons are manifold, but here’s a single example that highlights the extent of the problem. The drainage networks of the United States run red with the blood of approximately seventy million unborn innocents. Seventy million souls who are forever in the presence of the Lord Jesus. Even if everything else was in order, this single atrocity would be enough to bring a nation to nought. We have taken that which was fearfully and wonderfully made by the Almighty and esteemed it a disposable inconvenience. An inconvenient truth, so to speak, that will lead to the shipwreck of multitudes. (Matthew 18:10.)

Just a heads up. On Friday, November 12, The broadcast “Conspiracy theory” will be discussing the FEMA camps and the plans that those in high places have for the masses. This will air at 10:00pm EST on Tru Tv. Here’s additional information from Alex Jones’ site on a story entitles BOMBSHELL: FEMA CAMPS CONFIRMED

On November 10, 2010, I turned 46. It’s a reminder that, regardless of how, or when, prophteic fulfilment will finish its course, time is running out on each of us. It’s a reminder that grows louder every time it sounds off. I spent the morning in the streets of Battle Creek. Surprisingly, while canvasing the downtown area, I ran into a number of saints, including a lady at the bus station who was born of the Spirit about ten days ago. Upon returning to the truck, I received an encouraging phone call from a saint who routinely comments here. We talked as I travelled I-94 west toward Kalamazoo.  It’s always a blessing to talk with those who understand the times and have set their affections on the age to come. (Malachi 3:16.) Once in Kalamazoo, I met up with CR and we took the gospel into a city that seems to be growing harder by the day. The sense of urgency is overwhelming. We can see what’s coming, (albeit we don’t see the exact form) and are compelled to share the good news of Jesus while time remains. If it were possible, I would like to spend every waking hour in such manner; compelling the eternal ones to believe on Jesus.  Only what’s done for Christ will carry over into eternity. When a person leaves this world, the “only thing” that matters is their standing with God.

well I need to be going for now. Ironically, this morning as I casually opened the scriptures, the following passage was the first place that I landed:

Jeremiah 30:15 “Why criest thou for thine affliction? thy sorrow is incurable for the multitude of thine iniquity: because thy sins were increased, I have done these things unto thee.”

Without a doubt, sin is a reproach to any people.  May we be about the Fathers business of seeking out the stragglers who are still to be birthed into the kingdom; even as the world as a whole is being prepared to believe a lie. Thanks to all who stop by here. I’ll try to be more diligent in making the rounds.

Blessings always in Jesus name.




  1. Happy Birthday and God Bless you for sharing your heart in these incredible times!

  2. Hi Linda. Thanks so much for stopping by. I just visited your site and plan to add it to the blogroll.

    Blessings always in Jesus.

    • I will add yours to mine as well! Thank you so much!
      God Bless you!

  3. Hi timbob, great message and very sobering for the times we are in. It is amazing as prophecy is unfolding right before our eyes and still so many are closing their eyes to the warnings! What you said is just so right on and the hand of God is coming in judgment to America and has already begun!

    Our redemption is not only near, it is at the door!

  4. Hope you had a wonderful birthday. When you look at this world – the direction it is headed, the deception — you see the prophecies in the Word of God coming to life. It is an incredible time we are in, and God chose us to be here … that’s a sobering thought.


  5. Hi marianne. It’s astonishing how many saints; even those in leadership positions, resist any considerations of the times in which we live. Many find it to be a fearful topic, and yet it really shouldn’t be. Heartbreaking yes; as we realize what this means for so many of the eternal ones, but not fearful. May we all be a city set on a hill; even as the world plunges into darkness that can be felt.

    Blessings always in Jesus name.

  6. Hi rachel. This is an interesting observation; that God selected us to be here at this place in history and may even be standing here when he returns. It’s every bit as fascinating as what Simeon must have thought when it was revealed to him that before his life concluded, he would behold the Messiah. We always think that he was an ald man when this hapopened, however, we don’t know for certain. Nonetheless, he must have awakened every morning wondering if “this will be the day.”

    And how that plays into our time as were instructed to be always watching.

    Blessings always in Jesus name.

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