Sunday, September 26, 2010

Check out my friends site!

We need revival and my friends have created a site to encourage us as Christians to
stop making excuses and believe that God can bring America back to Himself
They believe three kinds of Christians keep revival from ever coming to their church.

1. Christian cultists (no different from other cultists who think they are the only ones who are right) who find fault, judge and condemn other Christians in their church, and in other churches (just like the devil 'Rev. 12:10'), and all the unsaved for their misbehaviors instead of spending the time necessary praying and helping all they come in contact with get closer to God or helping them get saved. Never should we waste our time finding fault with others when we as sinners need God as much as anyone else and need to spend our energies only helping others walk with God (Rom. 14:10).
2. Preachers and missionaries who walk in pride and refuse to humble themselves every day spending little or no time in prayer and soul-winning for the salvation of the lost (Acts 20:19-21).
3. Every Christian who walks in the sins of the spirit such as: jealousy, pride, murmuring, and a critical spirit, while condemning people outside the church for their sins of the flesh (Gal. 5:22-26).
Please stop by and visit their site.
Revival Tracts


Rannyjean said...

How awesome to see 2 young people playing for God! Amazing and my granddaughter who is 9 & learning guitar loved this! God Bless You!

Carrie of Farming On Faith said...

I will go there just as soon as I get a minute.
Hope you have a wonderful day~ I am off to teach classes for our Homeschool Co-op. We have one girl from our church attending Heartland this year. We are from St. Joseph Mo~ Pastor Bill Marshall is our Pastor.
SO funny we found each other in the blog world.

Apryl @ Christian Clippers said...

I'm following you blog from "This For That". I'm trying to follow everything. I love your blog.

God Bless!

Megan said...

You have a beautiful family Rebecca! Found your blog at "Embracing the call." Just wanted to pop in and tell you how wonderfully blessed you are!
Even though you already know I am sure! :)

I enjoyed reading, and I will continue! (I am a young mom of four, although we just handed our youngest daughter over to Jesus August 31st... only eight days after she was born.) I love hearing about you and your husband and the five gifts you yourself raised!

Megan@ A story unfolding...

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