Deception and division in the church. This is a written article to support my previous poem. Many false teachings and doctrines are spreading into the world. I pray that the church doesn’t give way to these false teachings.
We are living a time where opinions are more important than God’s truth, and we are choosing the wrong counsel for our lives. The Bible clearly states we must heed from wicked counsel, and delight in God’s word.
In a time where everyone is searching their feed and news, it’s important to put those things aside and dive into the Word of God. So much negativity, division, and chaos, but the one thing that will make us feel at peace is meditating on God’s word.
Giving thanks seems like it has become harder this year. We’ve lost a lot of things and wasted a lot of time. But even in the midst of the chaos, we must find ways and reasons to give thanks unto God. He has been good to us.
We cannot allow who wins the election to divide us as a country. We must stand and respect the constitution with whoever wins the presidency.
More than ever, we are seeing how the youth of this age are growing up with diverse beliefs and backgrounds. Society, education, and technology have played a vital role in influencing youth to turn away from God. Anti-Christ spirits are being released to blind youth, and hopefully this opens many eyes.
With the rising of Christianity in today’s society, we are also seeing the rise of many different beliefs and branches within Christianity. Many Christians, without knowing it, have abandoned the faith because their teachings contradict the Bible.
While the world celebrates it for Halloween and watching a lot of horror movies, there are different intentions that God has for this month.
In this quarantine season, we have so much time to do many things. It’s important for us to not detract from worshiping God; we must remain passionate and desiring for more of God.
September, being the ninth month of the year, is coming to us this year to prophetically declare fullness over whatever circumstance we’re facing.