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Summary: The church today is filled with people who sing about God and talk about God: But the clarion call of the Spirit today is for those who Know God personally (who are living in his presence and walking in his power).

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Dan 11:30-32 The People that do know Their God

I believe you know by now that if you are looking for someone to tickle your ears, and pet your flesh and make excuses for living a slippy sloppy flippy floppy life

This is not the place, and I'm not that person, and this is not the pulpit.

God did not call me from my mother's womb, separate me from sin and disgrace and fill me with his Holy Spirit just to pat people on the back and shake their hands on their way to destruction.

Sometimes the medicine is a little hard to swallow, but if you can keep it down it will deliver your soul

I don't mean to sound cross or harsh or uncaring or unsympathetic but my spirit is stirred up and agitated by all the gobbledygook and nonsense that is being propagated today as gospel

It is now becoming popular and accepted behavior in many churches to have what some are calling beer and hymn nights

And now we have the option if you don't like the clothes were wearing you can go to a nude church

"Yeah" what happened to the church?

*When did we lose our minds?

*When did it happen ?

*When did our brains fall out?

Can you believe it?

You don't have to hide in the dark anymore with your pornographic addictions you can just go to a nude church.

And I know it sounds crazy but now you have the church (I say that loosely- I mean many that profess to be the church) spending as much time at the casino as they do at church.

Gamble all night Saturday then drag in on Sunday morning and wonder why the service is dry, why they don't experience the presence of God.

You may say: Preacher why are you preaching stuff like this (this is between me and God it's personal) It's non of your business.

But the Bible says it's the responsibility of the priest, the preachers, the prophets, to put a difference between the clean and unclean the holy and the profane.

I know it doesn't look like it or feel like it (but I can tell you, there is a whole generation of people in the church and out of the church whose hearts are crying out for someone to draw the lines and establish the boundaries of truth, and not move them back and forth to accommodate the social climate.

Grace was never meant to destroy the law or deliver us from the law Grace came to fulfill the law to complete what the law came up short on (Which is righteousness)

The law came up short because it was not of faith: and righteousness can only come by faith. But the Law: According to the word of God (is our school master to lead us to Christ) That word "schoolmaster" doesn't mean a tyrant, or a dictator or a slave master (It means: a tutor, a guardian, a guide, an attendant.

Why would I hate my schoolmaster that led me to Christ.

Grace came to deliver us from sin and to empower us to conquer sin and live holy by the power of the Holy Spirit.

Many preachers today leave you believing that Grace and the law are in a fight

It's almost as though they put Moses and Jesus in the ring and say now may the best man win.

The Bible says: the law came by Moses but grace and truth came by Jesus Christ


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