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Time With God

Not making time with GOD.

Unfavorable situations for not making time with the Lord. (Short #1 of 2)

Disconnecting with God makes you apart from His grace—the blessings He gives daily, the guidance and protection available to everyone who believes. He may forget about you. God will never interfere with our free will. If we intentionally distance ourselves from Him, the consequences of that act are on our shoulders.

God will say, “I never knew you. Who are you to come to me when you are in need and do not know me when you are busy enjoying the blessings I gave you?” You ignored my presence. You spent more time the world has offered you than the word that gives you life. Why do people quickly forget all the good things they received? Your mind was never in my presence, and your thoughts are no longer there. When you are still a baby crying for milk, I provide that to you. The Lord of Host said.

I got to know you again, but the end of grace for humanity is almost over, and you might not be able to repent due to a lack of time. The Day of Judgement strengthens its position on the desire to end whatever has to end. The stormy waves, which are twice as incredible as the size of the highest mountain, are on standby. No one knows, not even the angels when life will end. God may still be waiting for more souls that need the saving grace.

The days are unpredictable and will come unexpectedly from directions other than prevailing wind and waves witnessed by the chosen ones. Spending time with God is necessary. Time was God’s first creation. Time is precious, and being with God is enough to be closer to Him. When we spend time with God, it will be in the Book of Life, and how many times you spend fellowshipping with Him. It is hypocritical to claim that we spend time with God and yet continue to sin. The truth is not with us. We lie! 1 John 1:6.

Situation: Time Will Tell (Short #2 of 2)

There are places where the fire is coming from above the cloud to give its final touch down to where it is doomed to fall. Drought will be a direct hit to those places where they allowed their land to be abused and corrupted by a few groups of people for the love of money—nations against nations and people against people, fighting for power and survival. The unrepented party who killed the land because of greed will taste an irrevocable ending. Those who tolerated and became an accessory to all the corruption in the land will also have a corresponding punishment. Nature will deliver a strange and mighty wind, making way for the coming of the only Judge, the only true God, and His faithful witness. We know his Son, Jesus, the 2nd Adam, and he revealed this will happen when the gift of grace finally ends. Time will tell, but it remains at this time.

Let the evil thought depart from our minds. Repent and come humbly to God for forgiveness. Instead of hearing Him say this passage in Matthew 7:23, I will say to them in plain words, I never knew you. Go away from Me, you who do wrong! James 4:2: You want what you don’t have, and ignore what you have. So you will do everything to get it, and your enthusiasm, even if it costs your soul to go to the pit of the wicked, you might not even care. You are jealous of what others have and can’t get it because you lack understanding of how to acquire it. What we want is not just like raindrops that fall from above; we only need to use our bodies to get wet. We don’t have what we want because we don’t have a desire to work for it. If faith alone can justify our Salvation, What is faith, without work, is dead? James2:14-22. Philippians 2:12-13 ESV—Therefore, my beloved, as you have always obeyed, so now, not only as in my presence but much more in my absence, work out your Salvation with fear and trembling, for it is God who works in you, both to will and to work for his good pleasure. Work for your Salvation!

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Bishop Joseph

Bishop Joseph Vitug, Ph.D. - Bishop Emeritus

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