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Whitney Houston Tribute Album being planned...

<p>Whitney Houston. A tribute album for recently passed Whitney Houston is currently being planned and developed in New Jersey...Those who are involved in this special project were specifically chosen who can see and intimately connect to this vision. &#160; FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE &#160; KMille Yeah PRLog (Press Release) - Mar 14, 2012 - Whitney Houston Tribute Album Project being planned. A tribute album for Whitney Houston is currently being planned and developed in New Jersey. "Whitney Tribute" Album. Producers Don Guillaume-Drummer with "The Fugees" for 10 years and Donnie Atis. Don Guillaume has worked with Whitney Houston, Stevie Wonder and Eric Clapton...Background Vocals Paulette Guillaume and K&#39;Mille. This is a intimate and dear project that is close to my heart, says singer/songwriter K&#39;Mille. "I&#39;m Whitney&#39;s cousin. We are related through my father&#39;s side of the family." The songs that are written just dropped into my spirit during the unexpected passing of Whitney. There are so many emotions here. Whitney will be greatly missed. Whitney can never be replaced. But, she will be honored. K&#39;Mille is The "Quiet"cousin who mainly kept to herself in the shadows, so to speak. A childhood friend of Whitney had met K&#39;Mille years ago stated to K&#39;Mille. "You talk like Whitney." K&#39;Mille gestured and the childhood friend of Whitney responded. "Whitney does that too." Then, "You look like Whitney." These observations continued before K&#39;Mille got huffy and puffy, shrugged with irritation because of the bombardment of comparisions and shifted, thinking to herself, "Uggh! Whitney this and Whitney that!" &#160;and in response to this gesture, Again, the child hood friend of Whitney calmly repeated. "Yeah, Whitney does that too!" K&#39;Mille thinking back and laughing at the experience now. But back then, truthfully, I felt like I was hidden in Whitney&#39;s shadow. I have to remember, I know there will be comparisions, but I know after awhile, I will stand on my own talents with my own identity intact. Whitney found her way out of Dion&#39;s and Cissy&#39;s shadow. I will find my way too. Still, K&#39;Mille responds, "I guess there are some family characteristics I can&#39;t run away from." This album is very important and has great "Spiritual" significance. The Lord is pressing on my heart to go forth. There is a grieving process and a healing one. This album is the healing phase we all need. Whitney&#39;s fans and family. I asked the Lord, "Why did Whitney and I have to grow up apart?" The Lord stated to me, "It was not a "Healthy" enviornment." I understand His wisdom and it runs deep. The Lord deals with all of us personally. We all have issues. The Lord freed me from things and I intend to keep my spiritual healing. I&#39;m strong enough to go forward now. My testimony is currently being published and anticipated release late 2012. This Whitney Tribute project is for my whole family. I prayed for Whitney many years, many have. I have prayed for family. God answers prayer and God always gets the glory. &#160;Family knows what this means. But, healing is coming. Family curses, family secrets. Time to break and be set free. God sees. And He is faithful. K&#39;Mille grew up not far from East Orange in Ocean County, NJ and now currently resides in Hunterdon County, NJ. K&#39;Mille attends South Ridge Community Church in Clinton, NJ and sings on SRCC Worship Team. K&#39;Mille has her own music projects released, But Whitney Tribute album. "This is the one most special to my heart." Those who are involved in this special project were specifically chosen who can see and intimately connect to this vision. We love Whitney. This one&#39;s for you "Cuz". ARTIST K&#39;MILLE&#39;s OFFICAL WEBSITE http://www.k-mille.net DON GUILLAUME-MUSICIAN MYSPACE http://www.myspace.com/drummerdon1 K&#39;MILLE-MUSICIAN MYSPACE http://www.myspace.com/kmille1 PAULETTE GUILLAUME-MUSICIAN MYSPACE http://www.myspace.com/paulettegm7 # # # Rowdie Riot Records publishes and distributes original music. Music genre&#39;s include, R&amp;B, Soft Pop, Hip Hop, Adult Contemporary, Contemporary Christian, Inspirational and Club. Rowdie Riot Records also publish literary writings and movie scripts. K&#39;Mille is available for interviews, speaking engagements and performance events. Inquires, please direct to office number: 1-212-726-1154 or E-mail: RowdieRiot@gmail.com --- end --- ShareThis inShare &#160; Contact Email &#160; : ***@gmail.com Issued By &#160; : Rowdie Riot Records Phone &#160; : 1-212-726-1154 Fax &#160; : 1-212-726-3154</p>

747   54 years ago
The Fat Shepherds Are Fleecing The Sheep - Ezekiel 34

<p>&#160; The Fat Shepherds Are Fleecing The Sheep - Ezekiel 34 &#160; What has happened to our society? Why is the world becoming more and more immoral and lawless? Why has the church lost its godly influence? There was a time when the church was well respected and had a strong moral grip on society but that is no longer the case. Why? The fact is, when the world looks at &#39;Christianity&#39; today, they see paedophiles, homosexuals, filthy-rich leaders and televangelists teaching false doctrine, self appointed prophets prophesying lies, crazy antics in churches and so called Christians joining with cults and pagan religions etc. There really is no need for us to scratch our heads and wonder why there has been such a strong moral decline in society – it is simply because the church has gone astray and lost its stabilising influence. The unsaved are not stupid; they see through much of the nonsense and, quite rightly, consider themselves as good as any &#39;Christian&#39; and perhaps even more righteous. How can a Christian talk to them about their sinfulness when they see the &#39;church&#39; doing the same things? Why should they bother seeking our guidance? A friend said that the Devil has done such a great job destroying the church that he is now holidaying somewhere in the Caribbean, and it doesn&#39;t look as though he will ever need to return to work. He can relax and enjoy his holiday because the shepherds he has placed in the church are doing a great job for him. &#160; Looking after the flock Ezek. 34 tells how the shepherds of Israel fed richly off the people but didn&#39;t take care of them, just as many of the church leaders do today. Ezek. 34:2-4 says, “Woe to the shepherds of Israel who only take care of themselves! Should not shepherds take care of the flock? You eat the curds, clothe yourselves with the wool and slaughter the choice animals, but you do not take care of the flock. You have not strengthened the weak or healed the sick or bound up the injured. You have not brought back the strays or searched for the lost. You have ruled them harshly and brutally.” Israel&#39;s shepherds were feasting off the flock while neglecting to care for them physically or spiritually; the spiritually weak were not being helped in their faith; those needing physical help were ignored; those who had strayed from the faith were not brought back or even searched for – the flock was neglected and abused in every way while the shepherds ate off the fat of the land. This is exactly what is happening in many churches today. Leaders are not tending their flocks but rather they are fleecing them and living in luxury while there are believers in great need worldwide. It can&#39;t be justified. &#160; Ezek. 34:5 gives the result of neglecting the flock: “They were scattered because there was no shepherd, and when they were scattered they became food for all the wild animals.” When believers are not being cared for, they can lose their faith and hope and wander off to become food for the many false religions and cults. It is common for people to get sucked into churches who promise all sorts of things but when these promises fail they leave in disappointment and bitterness, rejecting Christianity in the belief that it is full of lies. This leaves them wide open to other wolves who will seduced them into their hell-bound ways. &#160; False doctrine 2 Tim. 4:3 tells us that “the time will come when men will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear.” Surely that time is now. Many leaders and televangelists have replaced solid doctrine with shallow &#39;all about me&#39; nonsense - “Make me rich! Give me power!” Their teachings are shamelessly self-centred yet well received by many itching ears because it is all about what they can get from God, rather than death to self. Death to self is complete self-denial but many prefer the lies as Jer. 5:31 tells us: “The prophets prophesy lies, the priests rule by their own authority, and my people love it this way. But what will you do in the end [at the judgment]?” &#160; Most Christians believe that Jesus&#39; return cannot be too far off. If we really believe this then we must also take careful note of His warnings of end time deception (Matt. 24). If you and I want to be able to discern this deception then we must have a good understanding of scripture. If we don&#39;t know the real thing then how can we discern a fake? Do you study your Bible and take it to church or do you just believe the voice from the pulpit? That voice could be one of the Devil&#39;s co-workers masquerading as a servant of righteousness (see 2 Cor. 11:13-15). We only get one chance at salvation so we must be careful and study the Bible to see if we are in the truth and truly born again. Jesus commands us not to be deceived - can you biblically defend what you have been led to believe? Do you get upset when someone questions your beliefs? If so, then it is a sign that you are not secure in your doctrine, you may be in error. We all need to study opposing doctrine and have peace about what we believe. If we are misled then we can&#39;t blame someone else. We must check things out for ourselves. Remember, there is no second chance, no Purgatory. &#160; Finishing off The greatest reason for the world&#39;s ever worsening condition is that the church has lost its godly influence over society. Christianity was once a standard for morality and common decency but ungodly behaviour by so called Christians has blackened the name of Jesus. Sadly, the unsaved see the wickedness and nonsense in the &#39;church&#39; and think it is Christianity. A good way to explain things to the unsaved, and witness at the same time, is to show them Matt. 24 where Jesus predicted it would happen before He returns to destroy the wicked. &#160; We really can&#39;t do anything about the falling away of the church because it is part of end time prophecy. However, we can be good Bereans and search the scriptures to be sure of what we believe. My question to you is, “Are you in the faith or into heresy?” Search the scriptures and be separate from the wicked. &#160; &#160; This article can be downloaded under the heading Blog Articles at http://www.christianissues.biz/downloads.html &#160; &#160; Mick Alexander Email: leeandmick@gmail.com Website: www.ChristianIssues.biz &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160;</p>

950   54 years ago
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795   54 years ago
Keep Your Hand On The Plow

Keep Your Hand On The Plow

 

Every Christian is called to be God's servant and should strive to serve with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength. In Luke 9:62, Jesus said, "No one who puts his hand to the plow and looks back is fit for service in the kingdom of God." Jesus is telling us not to look back at the world and our old way of life but to to keep looking to God for all things. He seems to be speaking mainly to those in ministry, however, it applies equally to all believers. Even though everyone is not called into ministry, all believers are called to be servants for life. The Bible does not mention part-time Christians, part-time service or early retirement for anyone. Once a person accepts God's call into ministry, he becomes God's servant for life and should continue in service for as long as he or she is able. Once we have put our hand to the plow, we should not look back otherwise we will drift off the path God has chosen for us. If we long for what we have left behind, we will soon become worldly and backslide to become unfit for service in the kingdom of God. Our focus must always be on God and how to serve Him better.

 

Going into ministry

Jesus warned those who wanted to follow Him that He had no place to lay his head and if anyone wanted to follow Him then they must leave their old life behind (Luke 9:57-62). Elisha is a perfect example of the attitude needed by a person accepting God's call into ministry. In 1 Kings 19:19-21, we are told that Elijah anointed Elisha to succeed him as prophet. At the time, Elisha was plowing with his oxen. After Elijah anointed him, he went home to say goodbye to his family. He then slaughtered his oxen and burned his plowing equipment to cook the meat as a feast for the people. Then, after burning his bridges, he set out to follow Elijah and become his attendant. Elisha knew he was going into ministry for life so he completely cut himself off from his old way of life; he left family, friends, cattle and land to serve the Lord. Jesus said, "If anyone would come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me" (Luke 9:23). Elisha denied himself all things and completely relied upon God.

 

Remaining faithful to the call

Not all who go into ministry remain faithful. For example, Balaam loved the world more than he loved God and he became wicked (2 Pet. 2:15). Initially, going into ministry may not be such a hard thing to do but it can become very testing. It seems that when we first go into ministry, and also when we first get saved, we go through a honeymoon period with the Lord. We strongly sense the Lord's presence and everything goes very well (I floated on clouds for ages). However, after a while the Lord withdraws those feelings somewhat and the honeymoon ends, so to speak, because God wants us to live by faith, not feelings.

 

Continuing in faith

Some years ago, I quit work and went into full time service for the Lord. In Mark 10:29-30 Jesus promises to provide for anyone who, like Elisha, leaves everything for Him and the Gospel. He said, "I tell you the truth, no one who has left home or brothers or sisters or mother or father or children or fields for me and the gospel will fail to receive a hundred times as much in this present age (homes, brothers, sisters, mothers, children and fields--and with them, persecutions) and in the age to come, eternal life." For many years I had no trouble believing this promise but, with age, my faith has weakened at times. It is easy to trust in something that is a long way off but the real test of faith comes when we are face to face with the situation. Jesus' disciples were very confident that they would not desert Him but they soon scattered in fear when He was arrested. In the same way, my faith is being tested as I face old age.

 

This testing of my faith resulted in serious agitation at times and a complete lack of peace for long periods. Recently, worrying that the Lord would not provide for me, I considered getting work to stop my bank account from emptying but that thought brought an even greater lack of peace. After much prayer, I came to understand how I was sinning against God: I was seriously offending Him in two ways:

  1. I had previously fully committed myself to Him but now I was considering going back into the world and removing myself from His service. Num. 30:2 came to mind and heavily convicted me. It says, "When a man makes a vow to the LORD or takes an oath to obligate himself by a pledge, he must not break his word but must do everything he said." If I went back to work then I would be breaking my word and that would make me a liar.

  2. I was calling God a liar because I was no longer trusting His promise to provide for those who had left everything for Him and the Gospel.

 

It's no wonder that I had no peace. God doesn't like being lied to or being called a liar so it is easy to see why He had taken my peace away. Thankfully, once I came to see that my weak faith was leading me into great error, I repented and, needless to say, the peace of God returned. There is no doubt that in the future I will waver from time to time but big mistakes leave big scars and I am not likely to forget this lesson in a hurry.

 

Finally

When we look back, it is always easy to see our error but, the truth of the matter is, sin often creeps up and can overcome us like cancer. It starts out small but if we don't deal with it quickly then it will grow and cause us to sin. A lack of peace is a sure sign that there is sin between us and God; He always removes our peace when we sin. Sin can start out small but if it is not quickly repented of then it can soon cause big problems: A lie can utterly destroy relationships; dislike can lead to hate and even murder; a lingering look or touch can lead to lust and immorality; a covetous thought can lead to theft or jealousy or worse and our emotions can lead us into error just like my fear led to unbelief. For this reason, if we want to keep our hand on the plow and honour God then we have to keep our eyes on Jesus and deal with sin as soon as the Spirit convicts us. As soon as we lack peace we should ask God why He has taken our peace away. In this experience of mine, I was far too slow in seeking God and I suffered for it. I should have looked to Him much, much sooner. I have an article on hearing and following the Lord's voice, called The Way Of Peace, at

http://www.christianissues.biz/thewayofpeace.html

 

(Please note that this article is about my personal walk with the Lord. I am not saying that it is wrong to be in ministry and work at the same time. Paul worked as a tent maker during his ministry.)

 

This article can be downloaded under the heading Blog Articles at

http://www.christianissues.biz/downloads.html

 

Mick Alexander

 

 

 

 

 

947   54 years ago
Denying Self

<p>&#160; Denying Self "If anyone would come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me" (Luke 9:23). &#160; Jesus left heaven and humbly denied Himself all things to become God&#39;s greatest servant. In Luke 9:23, He said, "If anyone would come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me" so if we want to follow Jesus then we also must deny self. The Bible tells us of many great men and women of faith who, like Jesus, denied themselves all things to serve God. These saints humbled themselves and turned their backs on worldly power, position and wealth to serve the living God whom they loved more than life. The following examples highlight the self-denial we are all called to. &#160; Humbling ourself In Luke 14:7-11, Jesus tells us not to take the best seat at a gathering otherwise the host may ask us to move so that he can give the seat to a more honoured guest. We should take a less important seat and the host may honour us by moving us to a better place. Jesus said, "For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted" (Luke 14:11). The first step to becoming a disciple is to be humble because "God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble" (1 Pet. 5:5). Denying self starts with being humble. &#160; Power and position Peter was the leader of the Jerusalem church and a powerful, miracle-working Apostle yet he referred to himself as just a fellow elder. He didn&#39;t lord it over his fellow workers but wrote, "To the elders among you, I appeal as a fellow elder … be shepherds of God&#39;s flock that is under your care, serving as overseers - not because you must, but because you are willing, as God wants you to be; not greedy for money, but eager to serve; not lording it over those entrusted to you, but being examples to the flock" (1 Pet. 5:1-4). Peter put serving others ahead of power, titles and money. Denying self includes treating others as equals and not lording it over anyone. &#160; Probably our greatest example of humility and servant-hood is Moses. We are told in Num. 12:3 that he was "more humble than anyone else on the face of the earth." At forty years of age, he no longer wanted to be part of Pharaoh&#39;s family (Heb. 11:24-27). He chose to leave his great wealth and power in Egypt to become a simple shepherd in the desert for forty years. Then, when he was chosen to lead Israel out of Egypt, he resisted that powerful position but God commanded him to go. Moses was a very humble man who denied himself enormous power, authority and wealth in order to serve God. Denying self includes answering God&#39;s call at the expense of all things. &#160; Wealth Many Christians seek wealth but, in 1 Tim. 6:8, Paul said, "if we have food and clothing, we will be content with that." Paul had absolutely no interest in money or the things of this world. Writing from prison he said, "I consider everything a loss compared to the surpassing greatness of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord, for whose sake I have lost all things. I consider them rubbish, that I may gain Christ" (Phil. 3:8). The only thing Paul wanted was a greater knowledge of Jesus. Like all the great men of God, power, position and wealth were meaningless to him. &#160; Money can cause terrible problems, even the loss of faith. We are told in 1 Tim. 6:10 that "the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil. Some people, eager for money, have wandered from the faith and pierced themselves with many griefs." We need money for our basic needs but, other than that, the only thing money is good for is giving, either for the Gospel or to help those in need. &#160; Regarding giving, in 2 Cor. 9:7, we are told that "Each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver" and 2 Cor. 8:13 gives the reason for giving: "Our desire is not that others might be relieved while you are hard pressed, but that there might be equality." The generosity of our giving is not determined by the amount we give but by the amount we keep. Jesus praised the poor widow of Mark 12:42-44 because she gave her last two small copper coins, all she had to live on. He said that she had given more than all the others because she had given not out of her wealth but out of her poverty. If what we give doesn&#39;t affect our lifestyle then we really have nothing to boast about to anyone, least of all to the Lord. Denying self includes not clinging to our wealth. &#160; Reputation Because of our pride, one of the most difficult things to give up is our reputation. We are easily offended by what others have to say but we must put our reputation firmly into God&#39;s hands, just as Jesus did. 1 Pet. 2:23 says, "When they hurled their insults at him, he did not retaliate; when he suffered, he made no threats. Instead, he entrusted himself to him who judges justly." Jesus didn&#39;t allow His pride to rule His actions and, in Matt. 5:11-12, He said that there is a great reward for those who do the same: "Blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of me. Rejoice and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven, for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you." Denying self includes putting our reputation into God&#39;s hands. &#160; Finally Denying self is one of the greatest challenges in our Christian walk. We can&#39;t be a disciple of Jesus and love the things of this world at the same time; we must be willing to deny ourself worldly power, position, wealth and reputation; anything we put ahead of God is an idol. 1 John 2:15-16 tell us, "Do not love the world or anything in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him. For everything in the world - the cravings of sinful man, the lust of his eyes and the boasting of what he has and does - comes not from the Father but from the world." We only have a short time on earth in which we can honour and serve the Lord so let&#39;s fight our sinful nature and deny our cravings, lusts and boasting and humbly serve Him while we can. &#160; This article can be downloaded under the heading Blog Articles at http://www.christianissues.biz/downloads.html &#160; It can be read online at http://www.christianissues.biz/blog/wordpress/?p=871 &#160; Mick Alexander Email: leeandmick@gmail.com Website: www.ChristianIssues.biz &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160; &#160;</p>

774   54 years ago
Galatians 2:20-21 (Amplified Bible, NLB)

My old self has been crucified with Jesus and in Him I have shared His crucifixion. It is no longer I who live, but JESUS lives in me. So I live in this earthly body by faith by trusting in the Son of God, Who loved me and gave Himself up for me. I do not treat the grace of God as meaningless and defeat its very purpose. For if keeping the law could make us right with God, then there was no need for Jesus to die. His death was then wholly in vain.This letter to the Galatians was written while Paul was staying in Corinth to the Christians in Galatia which is in modern day Western Turkey. They began to become very legalistic in their worship and were much more concerned with keeping the LETTER of the Law of God rather than the SPIRIT of the Law of God.This is more like today when you see people trying to be good enough to “buy” their way into heaven.The fact of the matter is this, if all it took was following the rules God had set down for man, then there would have been no need for Jesus to die.But man could NEVER follow all the rules.We become enslaved to rules, enslaved to sin, enslaved to the past, enslaved to doing good works.If all it took to get to heaven was being a good person, Jesus would never have had to die.

2027   54 years ago
Some reasons to be a Christian?... A few ideas

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<p>How can a Christian such as ourselves, believing both in the Scriptures and the New Revelation, answer to an unbeliever about the main possible reasons to be a Christian?...</p>

<p>Of course, he could mention salvation and eternal life after the death of body. But for the unbeliever these are, in the usual circumstances of life, just kind of philosophical concepts. He could mention the moral arguments... but each man of conscience can recognize them also outside any religious belief. He could unfold some modern scientific arguments which indeed, point to the existence of an intelligent and incredibly careful creator... but the nonbeliever may easily observe that none of them implies that this mysterious creator incarnated himself as a man to bring the example of divine love to mankind in order to ensure its salvation. He could enumerate the prophecies of the Old Testament, confirmed by the Dead Sea Scrolls, which find their fulfillment in the life of Jesus as it is described in Gospels. However, these ones will usually not attract the unbeliever, for he already heard about all kinds of other theories which seem to condemn irrefutably their fallacies and shortcomings. He could mention the New Revelation through Lorber and Mayerhofer, which confirms the scriptures and fully solves all Christian dilemma. Unfortunately, very few will take some interest in studying a teaching which has still no popularity in the world. With other words... even if what they hear seems pretty interesting, they chose to remain skeptics because&#160; no worldly authority supports that message.</p>

<p>Finally... the believer may then simply affirm that to be a true Christian means not only to love your fellowman, but also to be able to keep this love alive against all enmities and injustices, to be able to turn self-love, resentments and hate into love, by means of forgiveness and compassion. He may conclude that to be a true Christian means to be an apostle of unconditional, invincible love.</p>

<p>Some proof for this?... Any seeker may browse the old and modern history of Christianity and discover at every step people letting themselves killed on the cross, given to the lions, chopped off, tortured and killed in an unimaginable variety of ways, for their faith.</p>

<p>Could any mental delusion lead to such incredible sacrifices? Certainly, not.</p>

<p>Could love lead to them? Certainly, yes. And real faith is nothing else but the living promise of love.</p>

<p>In a world in which love is the most misunderstood and betrayed thing, the Christian martyrs represent in the purest way the fundamental truth any good parent and true lover recognizes:<strong> life is less than love</strong>.</p>

<p>So, finally, coming back to our question... why should an unbeliever be interested in becoming a Christian?</p>

<p>Well, simply because he might be interested to discover in himself <strong>the love which is greater than life</strong>.</p>

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1175   54 years ago
“Test all things, and hold firmly that which is good.” (1 Thessalonians 5:21)

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<p>The Lord through Jakob Lorber:</p>

<p>„<strong>He who wants to live properly may accomplish this in any church, because the main rule is as follows: examine everything and keep what is good. I will tell no one: become a Catholic, a Protestant, or an Orthodox! Instead, remain what you are if you so wish; but be an active Christian in spirit and in truth!</strong></p>

<p><strong>Because anyone may have access anywhere to the pure word of God, if he so wishes.</strong>” (Earth and Moon, chp. 73)</p>

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<p>The Lord through Gottfried Mayerhofer:</p>

<p>"<strong>So as to be on the safe side, believe only Me, listen only to My voice in your hearts, which does not deceive, and do not let yourselves be deluded by clever, sell-seeking interpreters of My Word.</strong></p>

<p><strong>Here the word holds good:</strong></p>

<p><strong>&#39;Examine what you hear and read; adhere to the good and eliminate the bad</strong>.&#39;"(Secrets of life )</p>

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453   54 years ago
Who was Jakob Lorber? Who are the Lord's people at His Second Coming?

<p>Let&#39;s see if this is clear enough... I will put here a greater excerpt from the GGJ (Great Gospel of John), for it also has a reference to His workers of today... which may mean something for each one of us.</p>

<p>So we have here the Lord speaking to His blessed disciples 2000 years ago...</p>

<p>"And just as the Jews had to endure captivity because of their sins and fell into idolatry, so also <b>the people of the future</b> will, for the sake of their maturing, fall into similar mistakes – yes they can and shall fall into exactly the same ones. Just as I awakened prophets among the Jewish people,<b> also prophets will arise there and purify the pure teaching from the Heavens of all additions.</b></p>

<p>[11] However, this people is as good as totally unknown to you now, but in time they will arise with great force and will smash to pieces everything that is rotten and useless, for they are mighty in their still intact natural force. <b> </b></p>

<p><b>The same teachers that came down here as My servants will also come back again there, partly in the flesh, partly in the spirit, and they will testify of Me with great enthusiasm and all-conquering force, as they testified of Me up to now. And I will be invisible at their side and lead them.</b></p>

<p>[12] But then, once that people will also have reached such a height that foreign kings are afraid that they will possess the Earth, like the Romans now, a time will come with full of surprises for the nations on Earth. <b> </b></p>

<p><b>For not that people will be the middle point, but a new people will arise that will be formed from the most noble generations of all people. These will conquer the world with My power. And peace and unity will and must then rule over all nations and peoples. And amidst that new people, salvation will be born that will need neither king nor law but only this: `Love God above all and your fellow man as yourself.&#39;</b></p>

<p><b> [13] And you, My faithful followers will be co-workers of this new material and spiritual kingdom. </b>That is why you are gathered here, namely to hear already in your first earthly days from My mouth for what purpose I am calling you. <b>For all those who are for you now invisible and who will also be workers for the bliss of this Earth – and through this Earth, the universe and the spiritual kingdom – are also present. </b>And they rejoice over you as co-workers of the work that has started. But you will see them, those great legions that are necessary to make the work prosper."</p>

<p>[14] After these words I opened for all those who were present their spiritual sight, and they saw all prophets and angels of My Heavens who came in a most friendly manner near to them and they talked with them about My latest revelations.</p>

<p>This scene lasted for about one hour, and all those who were present asked every possible question to the spirits who answered them in a very friendly way. <b>Then I called John the Baptist and Elijah to Me, whom those who were present knew only in the personality of the Baptist</b>.(*) And I said loudly in the presence of all: "<b> </b></p>

<p><b>You have been My predecessor in this great time of My coming to the people, and <span>you will again be My predecessor when that great time will arise about which I have spoken</span>. But <span>the people will not recognize you then, despite that you will know who you actually are, because that last temptation in the flesh that you can expect will become the foundation for the building of the dawning kingdom of peace.</span></b></p>

<p><b> [2] The people at the time of your next life will care little about your word, but it will be written in their soul with burning letters so that they will nevertheless feel it when they will be free of their body. <span>That word of you will be My Word, and I will demand an account of everyone who heard it but despised it.</span></b></p>

<p><b>[3] But you, My loved ones and faithful ones who are gathered around Me and are surprised about the things that clearly happen now before your eyes, will form the tribe of those who will form<span> the new elect people, and you yourselves will contribute to its foundation in My name as a great brotherhood</span> that draws strength from My Spirit to perform great deeds."</b> (GGJ Book 25, chp54-55/ XI,30)</p>

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<p>(*) So this is about three years after his death ordered by Herod and short before Lord&#39;s own death.</p>

<p>But we know more about <b>John the Baptist</b> - right from the beginning of the GGJ:</p>

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<p>"<i>6. There was a man sent from God, whose name was John.&#160; </i>(John 1:6)</p>

<p>[1]This man, who preached repentance by the Jordan and baptised the converted with water, was called John. In this man dwelt <b>the spirit of the prophet Elias</b>, and this was the same angel spirit who in the very beginning defeated Lucifer and later on the noted mountain wrestled with Lucifer for the body of Moses." (<b>archangel Michael</b>) (GGJ I, 2)</p>

<p>So, it seems that&#39;s why it is called The Great Gospel of John... :-)</p>

593   54 years ago
Particular prophecies about the Second Coming of the Lord and the global mass movements for true democracy and social justice

<p>Are there any divine prophecies about the growing mass movements for social justice starting in 2011?</p>

<p>Let&#39;s read the words put on paper by Jacob Lorber more than 150 years ago and offering the revelations given by Jesus Christ to His disciples during His earthly life...</p>

<p>“2. It shall be as in the days of Noah; love shall be on the wane and go completely cold; faith in a pure life and God recognizing teaching revealed to men from the heavens shall be converted into darkest, dead superstition full of lies and deception, and rulers once again shall use men like animals and slaughter them cold-bloodedly and most callously if not submitting to the dazzling powers without protest! The mighty shall be tormenting the poor with all kinds of repression, and persecute and suppress any freer spirit by any means, and therewith a tribulation shall come over mankind such as never was! But then the days shall be shortened on account of the elect, otherwise even the elect, who shall be found among the poor, should perish!</p>

<p>But <b>until then another thousand and not quite a second thousand years </b>shall elapse! <b>Whereupon I shall send the same angels which you see here now unto mankind with rallying trumpets. These shall so to speak awaken the spiritually slain mankind of the earth from the graves of their night, and like a pillar of fire rolling over the world, these many awoken millions shall fall upon the world powers, and none shall be able to stem them!" </b>(GGJ 1, chp. 72)</p>

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<p>"[...]<b>Then those who deny God and the proud deceivers and suppressors will be wiped off the surface of the Earth, and those who believe and the poor will be raised up and be enlightened from the Heavens, as this is the case now, and as it will be the case again later in about 2.000 years</b>. The time, in which this can, and also certainly will take place, is as easy to recognize as can be seen in the late winter when spring draws near and you look at the trees and see how their buds are swelling more and more and become more juicy and how the juice, just like the tears of men, will drop down from their branches and twigs on the soil, and in a certain way are begging for deliverance from the need of the winter in which so many trees were pining away.</p>

<p>[7]&#160;So once the heart of the poor people will become brighter by the light of the truth from God, and will swell, and when moreover by the merciless and limitless suppression the soil will become humid because of their tears, then the great spiritual spring has come very close</p>

<p>&#160;(91.&#160;&#160;About the necessity and purpose of temptations&#160; - GGJ&#160; - Book 20, chap. 91)</p>

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<p>“Not until true, purelove and the corresponding humility will rule and guide the natins, will it no longer be generally dark on the earth. There will certainly at all times be individuals who walk in the light, but always only few. <b>As long as there are worldly-great and excessively proud and ambitious rulers in the world, the seed of pride and of the lust for power will continue to grow rapidly in all ranks of humankind and night, darkness, selfishness, envy, avarice, persecution and betrayal, as the true elements of hell, will not cease &#160;until the time of the Great Judgement, when I shall cleanse the earth anew through fire. After that time no king will rule any more, but only the light of God</b>.’ And upon the question of the innkeeper when this time will come, the Lord says:</p>

<p>[10] “You can accept as full truth that almost every two thousand years there is a great change on this earth. So it will also be, counting from now.” (GGJ VI chp. 76)</p>

664   54 years ago

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