Fear And Forgiveness

“Whenever I am afraid, I will trust in You. In God (I will praise His word), In God I have put my trust; I will not fear. What can flesh do to me?”

Psalm 56:3-4

This was a time of fear for David. He was afraid of Achish aking of Gath in 1st Samuel 21:12.

Fear is designed to make us feel that we need God and to lead us to Him when we realize that we have no power to save ourselves from impending dangers.

Trust and confidence in the Lord is the best defense against fear. He who is unchangeable in His love, who has everlasting strength, and who is faithful and true to every word of promise. There is great reason to trust in The Lord and not be afraid. Of course throughout life and experiences its easy to become fearful of people’s actions against you.

“In God I will praise His word”, or praise him for the whole Scripture that was in existence at that time. For those testimonies which helped David in times of difficulty and distress.

He says “I will not fear what flesh can do unto me.” Man is but flesh, weak and perishing. God is an infinite Spirit, almighty and eternal. Even when the world around you is crumbling, God is with us when we seek after Him during those times.

Psalm 32:5 states:

“I acknowledged my sin to You, and my iniquity I have not hidden. I said, “I will confess my transgressions to the LORD,” and You forgave the iniquity of my sin. Selah”

It is very difficult to bring sinful man humbly to accept free mercy, with a full confession of his sins to find conviction and self-condemnation. But the only way to peace of mind is to confess our sins that they may be forgiven, to declare them that we may be justified. To God, not a man in a booth …

Although repentance and confession do not merit pardon, they are needed for the comfort of forgiving mercy.

And what tongue can tell the happiness of that hour, when the soul oppressed by sin, then is suddenly enabled to freely pour its sorrows before God and to take hold of His covenanted mercy

In a time of finding, when the heart is softened with grief and burdened with guilt; when all human refuge fails and when no rest can be found for the troubled mind, then Jesus heals by His Spirit.

Admitting to our guilt, even after backsliding, with a genuine heart ready to change will always result in receiving Gods grace.


Isaiah 32:5-15

Isaiah 32:5-15

The first half of Isaiah 32 sounds a lot like the way our country is now, and has been for nearly 500 years. Growing into a cesspool of immorality, violence and corporate tyranny. Basically being seduced into turning its back on God the whole way. Tho, this nation was not built on God’s works to begin with, His people were still duped and flocked here under false pretenses of freedom …

Its been entirely about focusing on ones own pleasures, even in the so called places of worship.

The warnings towards the women were not just for the women, however to look at today’s homes, churches and country over all, women have taken over in many areas where they ought not be. Control over matters that they have no business being in control of. Of course in different families and churches there are some variables, but ultimately a man of godly wisdom should be in charge of the overall goings on …

A lot of televised influences and propaganda combined with false history has conditioned the minds, and then of course what they do to the food and pharmaceutical resources has greatly impacted behaviors as well as bodies and minds.

False history does not just apply to war and puppet tyrants. It also apllies to how people lived. How people behaved in general. Some truths were exaggerated and many lies fill our history books. We are the ones who brought the evil to this country and destroyed the land for progress and wealth …

However not all of us were blindly on the side of greed and government regulation. Nor were all people who stood against it violent fanatics either. We have allowed our thinking to be distorted and manipulated by the government controlled media and especially Hollywood …

This message took a turn I had not intended. My main point in this is that our homes and minds have been so heavily infiltrated by ungodliness, gossip, drama, selfish motives, overwhelming amounts of entertainment and devices that it all keeps God out. The way God left the people in the desert for so long and Moses had to isolate himself far away from the camp as possible to remain close with God.

Everyone is so focused on their personal, sinful pleasures, sports, matters of sexual immorality being spread all through the media, political disputes causing wide spread division and all the paganism overrunning the church that God cannot get anyone’s attention anymore …

When I say the church, the church is the people. And those people run around blaming God and asking “where’s God?” and shaking their heads at how this country has turned out when all the while they haven’t seperated themselves from the world, they just change the labels on everything and justify it as doing it for God … Well God is asking and I’m asking where are the people?! God said not to be doing those things but to be about His business.

It doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy ourselves and do fun things, but it does mean we enjoy far too much of the world’s pleasures and forget all about doing His work …

We ought be crying out to God and grieving for the souls who’s lives have fallen away from God until He restores those homes and families as well as make sure our own homes are spiritually intact. And I can tell you that if you believe it to be … its probably not. We should never allow ourselves get complacent or comfortable. Never stop praying, never stop reading His word and never stop long enough to let infiltration, whether by means of other people, financial concerns or by tools of distraction …

Thats when the devil moves in

Seeking God

“For the Lord will not cast off forever. Though He causes grief, yet He will show compassion according to the multitude of His mercies. For He does not afflict willingly, nor grieve the children of men.”

Lamentations 3:31-33

God doesn not take pleasure in punishing people. One of the main reasons society and families are breaking down is because we have allowed man’s law to punish us for discipling our children, and we oursleves have lost all perspective and conviction. We feel no guilt for our actions and live by a “to each their own” philosophy!

It is of the Lord’s mercies that some men are not consumed. Being humbled and seeing himself and his sinfulness in a proper point of view, he finds that God, instead of dealing with him in judgment has dealt with him in mercy and that though the affliction was excessive, it was less than his iniquity deserved.

If any sinner is kept out of hell, it is because God’s compassion does not fail.

But though He cause grief, as The Lord sometimes does in His own people by convincing them of sin and producing in them godly sorrow, which produces repentance. If more of us today would allow ourselves to be more sensitive to God’s influence instead of that of man and the world our churches would be less like social clubs and more like houses of prayer as they ought be!

Yet will He have compassion according to the multitude of his mercies. His mercies are many, both temporal and spiritual. We lack the discernment to see beyond whats in fron of our faces. We see dollar signs and toys and entertainment and forget that God is seeking our attention! we are distracted by the things of the world and then turn and cry to God when our choices and actions have consequences!

For He doth not afflict willingly” It is no pleasure to God to afflict men. He takes no delight in our pain and misery yet like a tender and loving parent, He uses the rod; not to gratify Himself, but to profit and save us.

Some kids today ask this silly question. “How does punishment and discipline teach us anything?” This is what we have come to. Children, teenagers just want everythign handed to them and not have to do any thing for it! Too many adults are very much like this now as well …

Too much entitlement and worrying over financial stress in an attempt to keep your kids happy and not enough seeking God and teaching them His ways!


Micah 7

“Who is a God like You, pardoning iniquity and passing over the transgression of the remnant of His heritage? He does not retain His anger forever, because He delights in mercy. He will again have compassion on us, and will subdue our iniquities. You will cast all our sins into the depths of the sea.”

Micah 7:18-19

This portion of the chapter was a preayer of supplication …

Who is a God? as meaning, A Mighty God like unto Thee? Inquiring that there are no others …

He saith not, “Who hast made heaven and earth, the sea and all that therein is” Exodus 20:11

“Who telleth the number of the stars; and calleth them all by their names.” Psalm 147:4

“Who by His strength setteth fast the mountains and is girded about with power.” Psalm 65:6

But rather who forgives! For greater is the work of Redemption than the work of Creation.

“That pardons, and bears and taketh away also, and passeth by the transgression of the remnant of His heritage, that is, His heritage which is a remnant still when “the rest are blinded” Romans 11:7 …

And this, not of its merits but of His mercy. Since it is not His nature to “retain His anger forever.” Not for anything in them but “because He delights in mercy”.

“I am merciful, saith the Lord, and I will not keep anger forever.” Jeremiah 3:12.

“I am He that blotteth out thy transgressions for Mine own sake, and will not remember thy sins.” Isaiah 43:25

We are our own worst critics ..


Defiant Truth


Financial Perspective

God didn’t tell you go to buy that expensive car!

99% of the time when God asks us to do something its usually to help others, not a self serving act. God Himself will handle the rewards …

Sometimes the reward turns out to be financial, and what do you do with it? What is your motive? Its fine to do things for yourselves, but if you are not contributed to God’s purpose, or helping those you see in need, you are not dong God’;s work, you are doing YOUR work!

I always desire to have more money and influence to be able to help others, and it gets frustrating when I am unable to make a difference that can be so simply solved.

I’ve lived thru the ” We can’t help you, but we’ll pray for you” farce. Most of those people have no real relationship with God, and so many times their prayers have no substance.

I know which people in my life can’t help with things like money or other things, but their prayers are genuine and have made a difference in my life.

We lack discernment. We make illogical life choices that are not directed to us by God, but from the devil. The lure of a “better life” many times brings families to ruin. Some may seem happy or content, but their walk with God is gone and the devil has them right where he wants them. Too much looking at things from a financial perspective …

For most people, truly following God is not a bed of roses. Its not rainbows and unicorns and celebrations and parties. The prophets and apostles in the Bible were mistreated and even murdered by the general population of society. What makes you think your life should be any better?

I hear these popular well known speakers stating the same things I just said and their life is generally pretty good. Why? Because they are not in the truth. They deny many portions of God’s word. They observe the lies of pagan traditions, they support tyrannical military agenda, they pledge their allegiance to a dictatorship’s flag. They spend time in prayer but do not possess the Holy Ghost. They hear voices alright, and if God is calling to them they are ignoring Him for fear of losing their position in life …

I learned the very, very hard way that if you are a true seeker of truth, and attempt to share that truth, you are going to be persecuted and condemned whether you’re willing to or not …

Waiting on God for clarity and certainty … instead of rushing into something because you feel pushed or urged … God has a plan that is many times disrupted or put on the shelf by our own actions and choices because we do not allow ourselves to use discernment. We allow the world’s view of what our life should be to distract, disarm and dismantle us piece by piece to keep us from God’s will and blessing …

This is a harder thing still to deal with when you know God’s plan includes other people and those people have backslid, fallen away and forgotten …

I told God the other night, and have said so before that I am not in this just to save myself. I do not want to leave anymore souls behind. I have left to many behind already. Some men need the support of loved ones or other like minded people to have a successful ministry, even if its small …

I’d like to believe that if people who knew me in the past, family, friends, those who betrayed me … if any of them were to see me up and coming as a minister that maybe they might realize there is something to the truth I try to spread.



The Next Big Thing

What in a persons mind makes them believe that donating money to a ministry does anything for their souls? I mean just what do they think they are paying for?

I am not talking about helping an individual in genuine need here. I am referring to the career preachers who get wealthy off gullible listeners.

I need money, but I don’t do this for the money. So I wouldn’t even know how to present a case or reasoning for getting people to give me money. They are not going to be blessed just because they hand me 5 dollars.

I would love to get some attention on my videos and for someone to basically discover me and invite my teaching into their fold. God doesn’t need to use money to make that happen. There must be other poor ministers in the truth who have a small following and look at Youtube sometimes.

I have no following off the social networks and blogs. And half the people who ever see my posts on here just want to argue. If anything I have ever shared online has ever helped anyone who wasn’t already in the truth, I don’t know about it. So its difficult for me to see what good it does …

I’m not saying that if I had people sitting under me in front of my pulpit that I would necessarily know what their lives consist of. I’ve never been given the position of counseling people before. I only know that I would not try to shove my way into someone’s personal business until they asked for me to be involved, and then I have to live with whatever choices they make after advising them … else I risk chasing them away for good.

I hurt for people’s souls. I get angry when I see the hypocrisy that blinds them because there is nothing I can do or say without causing an argument or worse. And then I feel like a hypocrite myself because I do not know how to act in a situation where I have to bite my tongue …

I catch myself rolling my eyes and murmuring under my breath about it. That only encourages a bad spirit to keep on …

So lately I wonder and question what it is that I am supposed to be praying for? Or what is it that i am supposed to be accomplishing? One struggle I am having is keeping prayer and meditation. The number one weapon of a minister is prayer and so many lose sight of this.

I haven’t lost sight of it, but I do struggle to maintain it. So many disruptions. So many disturbing spirits. So many easy distractions. I’m supposed to be a leader, but no one is listening …

I don’t mean they aren’t listening to me. I mean they are not listening to God! I’m just that previously mentioned mule pulled wagon everyone ignores while they keep their eyes looking out for the next big thing …

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