This message comes from a dear friend in the Lord, who regularly receives inspired words from Heaven.
The Bible tells us that as much as we may love our country, that God must be first. But it's clear from current events that war has been declared on Christianity.
How do we put Him first? By obeying what He has already told us to do! (John 14:15) We need to save as many people as we can, for the time is short
and that there is only a small window of time left for those who do not yet believe (the lost) to be saved.
In a solemn warning, He told us that those who are not for Him are against Him,
and made it clear that these people are being brainwashed by the enemy and are going to be as sheep before the slaughter.
They have no idea of the consequences of their sins, and are being told this is normal, but this is an abomination against God and their very nature. Then God would have no choice but to judge their actions even as He did Sodom and Gomorrah.
The Lord would say, “Turn as many as you can back to Me, for the time is short!”
But you ask, "What about the churches?"
What about them?
They can no longer sit on the fence and be neutral on this subject. For not speaking out is the same as supporting this and they too will be judged for it. The Bible says that disobedience and rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft. (1 Samuel 15:23)
Jesus loves this nation and died for it, just as He died to save each and every one of us!
He called it to be a shining light and a place of
safety for the immigrants who came to its shores where they could worship Him freely, and stand for what is right and just and good. If you don't believe that, you don't know your American history.
But many are trading their freedom of religion for freedom from religion, and so are choosing to go into bondage, judgement and death.
Pray for them, but stand firm in your faith and convictions, for the battle belongs to the Lord and He will surely triumph! Neither be afraid of their faces, but be strong like Jeremiah; stand your ground, and do not be swayed by their arguments.
Judgement will come, but remain faithful to the end. "And ye shall be hated of all men for my name’s sake: but he that endureth to the end shall be saved." (Matthew 10:22)
h/t Diana H.