An End of Times Sign: False Conversions by Pam Sheppard
I have been a minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ since 1981, yet, I warn you. Church is not only a dangerous place , but around the globe, many churches are actually so dangerous, that people should run from them as if they were about to explode at any minute. I myself will never return for any reason. I explain in detail in “Come Out of Her, God’s People.” I have a pastor’s heart and have functioned in the pastor’s calling for two decades , and I am still a pastor without a visible pulpit. My pulpit is the worldwide web. Anyone, anywhere can send me a message by email, social networks or call me on the phone. I am available for prayer, counseling, teaching, training, personal guidance and deliverance.In fact, I have chased more demons by phone in one year than I did as a pastor in the harlot system for 25 years.
Even so, I personally believe that a person can grow spiritually without regularly attending any organized church. Most definitely, you should assemble with the saints, but the word of God does not lay out a detailed order of service, nor does it suggest the day you should assemble, the time or even the nature of the place or building where gathering together should take place. We live in a computerized world, where we can “assemble” 24 and 7. Simply put, I truly believe that the organized church as it now stands will be completely revamped by the Lord. Why? Because quite frankly, the traditional structures are not working. I myself have no replacements to offer, I closed my own local assembly three years ago.
For 25 years in the organized church as a minister, I was hopeful that repentance would bring about reformation and renewal to the organized church. However, the love of money, which is the root of ALL evil, has permeated most of the church and I seriously doubt if the Lord is going to allow it to continue to exist in its present state. Judgement is swiftly coming and I shudder at what is going to happen to church and to churchgoers. There are plagues for those who do not “come out of Her.”
My suspicion that the age of the organized church is either over or very close to ending has been growing over time. There is one startling fact.— I emphasize a crucial, damnable sign of the end of the gentile age. The bottom of the bottom line is that souls are not being saved in the organized church. What is really troublesome is that I am finding that even the best churches can be hazardous, primarily because subtle deception is actually held in place by the sincerity and the commitment of its leadership. To be sincerely wrong can be almost as deadly as being obviously deceived or purposefully deceptive.
In order to understand the nature of end times, we need to have a general insight on “what has been goin on.” I have read newsletters, articles and books written by well-meaning sisters and brothers that are too complicated for the average Christian. We have some very intelligent people in the remnant church—real deep, scholarly thinkers. The problem is that as they major on each individual tree, our minds are overrun with too many thoughts, too many ideas.
To get a picture of “what’s goin on” , it is important that we consider the intense significance of the fact that man was made a little lower than the angels. As are angels, we too are created beings. The highest created being was Lucifer, as there was no creature superior to him. Beneath Lucifer were the rest of the angelic creation: cherubim and seraphim, the archangels, principalities and powers, the lower angels and demons. The bible also suggests that there were other living creatures on earth who themselves fell at the time of Lucifer’s rebellion. It is believed that their disembodied spirits make up the lower class of demons. Of this, no one is sure. All we know is that no matter the class of demon, in the Name of Jesus, we can “cast them out from people.”
However, demons cannot be cast out of the organized church because the leadership will not repent for practical reasons that I call the 5 “P’s”. It has too much to lose. Position–self images are in jeopardy. Power—too many enjoy ruling over others. Prestige–vanity relishes in the exaltation of people. Pride–puffed up preachers will not admit to doctrinal error. Prosperity–too many livelihoods depend upon tithes and offerings. No one will risk financial stability in hard times.
The dire situation of the visible church is like a run away train. To stop, it must crash. For that, we have Donald Trump.
And crash, it will.
BREAK YOUR SOUL TIE TO “HER!”
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