2012: The Year of Fear is Here!
By Gary Stearman on January 1, 2012
It has arrived: The year that has captured the world’s imagination has come at last. Before going any further, we should say that the key word for this year is anxiety. People everywhere are displaying a range of unsettling emotion that ranges from apprehension to outright fear.
As we shall see, there are actually many good reasons for this phenomenon. We’ll begin by looking at the issues behind the global fear.
First, we need to offer a word of spiritual sense. The Bible tells us not to fear the urgencies of this world, but rather to fear God, Himself. As the Bible makes abundantly clear, Christians have nothing to fear. A bit later, we’ll see that the Bible speaks words of faith that seem expressly directed to the fears that plague the year 2012. Before that, let’s take a closer look at a list of what the world fears today.
A Litany of Fright
An abbreviated review of the litany of fright includes: Earthquakes (and they are increasing), wild weather (“global warming,” “climate change”), global bankruptcy, monetary pilfering by government leaders, multinational bankruptcies and the threat of collapsing democracies.
On every street corner, the cry is heard: “Buy gold! Soon your money will be worthless!” The specter of class economic warfare is burgeoning into full-blown public demonstrations. Street-marches (“Occupy Wall Street,” to name one) are now commonplace, threatening to become large-scale mass rallies. Revolutionaries are calling for new governments.
In the Mideast, the Islamic Brotherhood moves inexorably toward its vaunted caliphate, first regional, then global. Above all, as it calls for “death to Israel!” and “death to America!” The news is filled with the horrifying portents of an approaching war in Israel. Once they are unleashed, they will almost certainly intensify to global dimensions. Perhaps there will be a nuclear war.
On the cultural side, Christians are increasingly portrayed as the cause of social unrest, as we resist trends toward greater “sexual freedom.” Abortion as birth control, as well as social and population control, is more and more accepted.
As the world moves toward “Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender” equality, we are lampooned as hopelessly outmoded simpletons who cling to a worthless myth led by a first-century charismatic social idealist whose life was cut short by the Romans. Jesus was only a disillusioned idealist whose scattered disciples “invented” a religion that is now outmoded.
At the same time, more and more openly, Christians criticize each other with conflicting views of Israel’s biblical validity, anti-Zionism, replacement theology, amillennialism, postmillienialism, preterism, the Antichrist, the pretribulation rapture, Gnosticism, social justice, etc. etc. Jews are being blamed for the unrest that surrounds their tiny country. Once again, anti-Semitism in the Western nations is on the rise.
As believers attempt to counter such godless trends, they are singled out as foolish idealists who obstruct real progress toward a new world of peace and prosperity.
Nor does this growing agnosticism exist in a vacuum. It brings with it a multitude of bizarre false beliefs. The strange worlds of spiritism … ghost hunting, clairvoyance, vampirism and mentalism in general … are now accepted. These metaphysical beliefs are accompanied by belief in so-called extraterrestrial phenomena.
Threats from outer space are the stuff of videos, computer games and movies. Exposure to such suggestive material has produced the belief that extraterrestrial intervention is man’s only hope. In this arena, recent ominous signs and sightings have produced an escalating anxiety in the hearts of men.
Just beneath the surface of the social order, there is the bubbling ferment of a government UFO conspiracy, which diligently covers up its longstanding interactions with ambassadors from other star systems. There is a widespread yearning for government “disclosure.” Why won’t they tell us what they know? Are they afraid, too? Have they made dark agreements with superior extraterrestrials that they can’t back away from? Are the ETs here because they know that our planet is about to experience a cosmic catastrophe?
“Doomsday!” This word isn’t just being whispered; it’s shouted. Sensing growing public interest, the global media fan the flames of conflict, selling the news as they create it.
The 2012 Prophecies
As if all this weren’t enough, amateur soothsayers of every stripe are excited about the mystical potential of the year 2012. In decades past, as archaeologists began to decipher Mayan pictographs, they discovered the famous “long count” calender. It features a 5,126-year cycle, which began in 3,114 BC. It is divided into 394-year periods called “Baktuns,” the 13th of which ends on December 21st, of our year 2012.
Apparently, because the Mayans considered the number 13 to be sacred, the completion of this grand cycle has been assumed as the fulfillment of conditions that will lead to some prophetic event. However, archaeological experts who can read their ancient pagan hieroglyphs insist that the Mayans, themselves, never prophesied that the end of this cycle would portend anything specific. But even though they never predicted any event, the temptation to connect world events to the end of the 13th Baktun was too great to ignore. Enthusiastic “prophets” felt that this date marked something significant … perhaps the return of the Mayan’s serpent-god Kukulkan.
Some have gone so far as to reason that Kukulkan and his retinue were the “gods from outer space” of popular literature. Perhaps they are the extraterrestrial ufonauts, who birthed our infant culture, and have returned to help mankind surmount its difficult transition.
Others, following two thousand years of Messianic hope fostered by the Christian church, have stated that another Mayan god – Bolan Yokte – would return to save humanity. Amazingly, some of them even link Christ with this strange Mayan god! They say that he was the Mayan revelation of Jesus! Such blasphemies abound among spiritualist believers. To them, the end of the Mayan calendar constitutes the fulfillment of major prophecy.
There is a persuasive resurgence of the decades-old “New Age” philosophy that revolves around “contactees” who ostensibly have received “mental messages” from ufonauts who have piloted their flying saucers here from the famous “Zeta Reticuli,” and a host of other star systems. Whether through meditation or cranial implants, these people claim to have information telling them that massive shifts in the Solar System are about to take place. Earth, they say, is about to be bombarded with cataclysmic transformation, including changes to the Earth’s tilt, orbit, and continental plate tectonics.
And our summary of current anxieties would not be complete without mentioning the belief in the coming of The Twelfth Planet, the title of a 1976 book by Zechariah Sitchin. In an amazingly complex interpretation of ancient Mesopotamian texts, Sitchin reasoned that in ancient days, our Sun was surrounded by twelve planets. Some were destroyed in collisions, leaving the wandering planet Niburu, whose long elliptical orbit brings it back to the inner Solar system every few thousand years.
Now, Niburu, sometimes referred to as Planet X, has returned. Those who follow the theory of a 2012 cataclysm even believe that this planet’s return is timed in such a way that it will coincide with the Mayan “prophecy” of December 21st. They insist that this giant wandering sphere is now so close that it can even be faintly seen. A host of observers claim to have photographs of it, and believe that within a few months it will be here. They believe they’re witnessing the closing days of the Mayan calendar cycle, insisting that humanity is on the brink of its greatest crisis.
They believe that only the intervention of “gods from outer space” can save us. But as a matter of cold fact, theirs is only a confusing counterfeit of the Messianic hope that lies at the center of Christianity.
Prophecies, and Fear
Bible-believing Christians shouldn’t be surprised at the way world events point toward an extraordinary chain of events. Our Lord told his disciples that things like this would happen. And after all, for decades, preachers have been saying that we’re living in the end times and that, “Jesus is coming soon!” Given this proclamation, it would be strange if normal, calm conditions still prevailed. He told them:
“And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring;
“Men’s hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth: for the powers of heaven shall be shaken” (Luke 21:25,26).
Concerning this particular prophecy, one could argue that since Jesus is speaking of the Tribulation here, these words don’t apply to us, today. Of course they don’t, but the precursors of this prophecy seem to be manifesting themselves today.
Furthermore, there are many prophecies stating that humanity will begin to experience such cataclysms prior to the Tribulation. Foremost among these is that of the prophet Joel, who specifically stated that there would be fearful signs in the natural world prior to the Tribulation:
“And I will shew wonders in the heavens and in the earth, blood, and fire, and pillars of smoke.
“The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and the terrible day of the LORD come” (Joel 2:30,31).
It seems likely that we are beginning to see these things at the present time.
A Prophetic Psalm
This being the case, it is incumbent upon us to remember that the Lord will always provide peace and security for his saints … even in the worst of times. We recall the fact that many years ago, J.R. Church discovered a prophetic principle that had been noted by others, but never deciphered. Building upon the ancient Jewish idea that the sages considered the Psalms to be a history of Israel, he discerned that the Psalms laid out the history of Israel year by year in the twentieth century, and beyond.
He wrote about this principle in his book Hidden Prophecies in the Psalms, noting that each of the Psalms seemed to apply to a year in the Gentile calendar. Psalm 19, the year 1919, Psalm 48, the year 1948, Psalm 107, the year 2007, and so on. In the year 2012, this would bring us to Psalm 112.
And wonder of wonders, the subject of this particular Psalm is faith, in the face of fearful events to come! This is the very meaning of the Psalm. Its words of consolation speak with special urgency to the believer entering a year of trepidation. It carries a special blessing for the man who heeds its words.
We reprint the Psalm here in its entirety. Note the amazing “coincidences” that link it with the theme of this year. (Of course, in the Lord, there are no coincidences.)
It begins by urging the believer to fear the Lord, not coming events on planet Earth. It promises light in darkness. It speaks of the faithful man as immovable, and unafraid of evil tidings. He will not be shaken by news of threats to come, and not be afraid. The heart of the faithful is established (supported), so that it shall not fall.
In the end, the enemy of the faithful man will be frustrated, finally falling away completely. Read these words carefully. They seem specifically formulated for a time such as this.
“Praise ye the LORD. Blessed is the man that feareth the LORD, that delighteth greatly in his commandments.
“His seed shall be mighty upon earth: the generation of the upright shall be blessed.
“Wealth and riches shall be in his house: and his righteousness endureth for ever.
“Unto the upright there ariseth light in the darkness: he is gracious, and full of compassion, and righteous.
“A good man sheweth favour, and lendeth: he will guide his affairs with discretion.
“Surely he shall not be moved for ever: the righteous shall be in everlasting remembrance.
“He shall not be afraid of evil tidings: his heart is fixed, trusting in the LORD.
“His heart is established, he shall not be afraid, until he see his desire upon his enemies.
“He hath dispersed, he hath given to the poor; his righteousness endureth for ever; his horn shall be exalted with honour.
“The wicked shall see it, and be grieved; he shall gnash with his teeth, and melt away: the desire of the wicked shall perish” (Psalm 112:1-10).
The year of fear may be here, but we can take refuge in the providence of the Lord. The words of this Psalm directly contradict the world’s evaluation of our current situation. It’s hard to imagine a greater contrast between fear and faith. Throughout the Bible, there are many similar statements. In the year of fear, we would do well to remember the words of Solomon:
“In the fear of the LORD is strong confidence: and his children shall have a place of refuge” (Prov. 14:26).
Keep looking up!
Watchman’s Cry Devotional #001
March 14, 2012
“Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the ungodly…”
The very first word in the book of Psalms is the word - “Blessed.” This word is associated with a promise. It is a promise that can only come to fruition if we obey what it says.
In this verse, we are told that a person will be “blessed” if they do not walk in the “counsel of the ungodly.”
What is the “counsel of the ungodly?”
In laymen’s term’s, ungodly counsel is the bad advice that is freely offered to us by people that do not know God.
According to the verse above, we are told that that we will be blessed if we do not walk according to this ungodly advice. Therefore, “ungodly” advice is “bad advice!”
But why is this advice bad?” Why does God tell us not to walk in this counsel?
Is He just being strict? Is God just trying to give us more rules?” Does God prohibit things in our life so that we will not have any fun as believers?
The answer is: no, no and no!
God gives us instructions because He cares about us and He also wants us to experience “abundant life.” Abundant life is living a life where God has His hand of blessing and protection over us. It is God’s will that we achieve this type of life. But walking in this abundant life is conditional to our obedience.
As most of you know, we live in a dangerous and fallen world. The challenge in this world is to live our Christian lives with victory over temptation and sin.
When a believer listens to ungodly counsel, it creates an open door to temptation. When temptation rears its ugly head, a new battle begins. Temptation is a strong enemy. Its desire is to lure us into bad choices. It pulls and it tugs!
The bad counsel that we entertain within will become the enemy of a battle!
And my friend, who will win that battle?
The Bible tells us that we should “abhor what is evil and cling to what is good” Romans 12:9
But if we are listening to our ungodly friends and allow them to influence us into lowering our standards, we will find ourselves compromised. When we are compromised, there is a tendency to minimize the darkness and danger of sin.
In summary, ungodly counsel is dangerous to our Christian life.
So again, what is ungodly counsel?
It is a man or a woman advising their friend to leave their spouse for the sake of convenience or pleasure.
It is a Christian sitting down with a non Christian and before he knows it, he is endorsing their earthly plans that are immoral.
It is the conversation with non believers that includes giving consideration to ethics that are wrong.
It is hearing a remedy that is unbiblical and deciding that it is the best option.
Psalms 1:1 tells us that we should not succumb to this counsel or seek it out. God also tells us that there is a blessing to the person that does not participate in these dark things.
But let us also look at the flip side of this promise. The opposite of “blessed” is “cursed.”
My friends, there are consequences to the one who does not follow these words. Let’s visit them for a moment. The person that relies on ungodly counsel will not be blessed and the Bible is clear; Disobeying God’s Word will have opposite results.
In Deuteronomy 28, God tells us about the “blessings” and the “curses.” Those that obey His statutes will be “blessed” and those who do not will be “cursed.” There is no middle ground. There is no in between.
So it stands to reason that Psalms 1:1 is no different. If a person walks in the counsel of the ungodly, they will unfortunately be“cursed!”
If we were to paraphrase Psalms 1:1 we could say, “Cursed is the man who walks in the counsel of the ungodly.”
Ungodly counsel is very dangerous folks!
Are you in need of advice?
Are you seeking wisdom on what to do in your life?
Are you looking for answers about your future or your families’ future?
Are you thinking about a major financial decision?
Are you experiencing a family crisis?
Are you facing challenges in the parenting of your children?
These are a sampling of the many questions that we all have.
But where do we get the answers? If a person needed answers to these questions, but only sought them out from the world’s perspective, the answers would be limited to just one dimension.
However, we live in more than one dimension. There is a spiritual dimension that cannot be ignored. It is the dimension of God! God has principles for living. But the world’s residents reject His principles and deny His ways.
Those that live their lives and exclude the statutes of God are the “ungodly!” And unfortunately, there are consequences to living against God’s ways.
These consequences are known by a variety of terms:
Sowing and reaping Bad Karma What Goes around comes around!
The Bible calls it sowing and reaping. And it is very real! Some people just think it to be “bad luck.” But it is not just “luck.” Life is not merely a casino of fate. Life is not just a summary of random events. God created this earth with physical laws and well as spiritual laws.
Psalms 1:1 is one of God’s spiritual laws. It is a promise as well as a warning. To disobey its truth will result in a harvest…a reaping of curses!
Curses are expensive. Trying to undo curses takes a lot of time and energy.Curses are the crops that were planted without Godly advice or counsel.Curses are the painful result of listening to ungodly advice and following through.
Folks! There is always a harvest! God is not willing that people live with curses. His desire is that we reap a harvest of“blessing!”
Unfortunately, this world lives in darkness and is blind to the wisdom of God. The ungodly are spiritually blind. And folks, the blind cannot lead the blind.
As the people of God, we need to seek out and live according to the statutes of God. The statutes of God are not going to be found in the counsel of your boozing buddies and partying friends. Nor will they be found in the advice of compromising or back slidden Christians, at least not in the fullness of wisdom and truth.
So where can this counsel be found? It can only be found from godly sources that line up with scripture; i.e. – godly friends and godly spiritual leaders. It could also be found through prayer or any other source that is gleaned from the mind of Christ.
The key ingredient to the formula is that it must come from godly sources that absolutely line up with the scriptures. There can be no question about it; the counsel cannot be allowed to contradict the scriptures.
This therefore, leaves us with a task and a great challenge; we must know what the scriptures say. We must become friends with our Bible. We must become acquainted with God’s principles. This can only happen one way, through the sacrifice of time to read the scriptures and study God’s Word.
My friends, the days are becoming darker. Without our lamp we will not be able to see. Your lamp is your Bible.
In the next devotional we will finish the remainder of Psalms 1:1.
Be blessed and stay vigilant.
Watchman’s Cry Ministries
March 14, 2012
Link to this article: http://www.watchmanscry.com/Dev_001.html
Discerning “Ungodly Counsel” in the End Times
Nathan Leal - March 18, 2012
“Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the ungodly…”
Note* – In the last devotional that I sent out, we visited Psalms 1:1. Today, I would like to elaborate on the topic even further. I am sharing these things because there is a great need among today’s end time remnant community to have Godly discernment, in particular when it comes to “ungodly counsel.”
“Ungodly Counsel” - What is it? It can be a dangerous thing and I want to visit how it can lead to wrong choices, burn out and bitterness. There are several categories of “ungodly counsel.” In this article, I will talk about two of them:
Babylon’s “Ungodly Counsel” – the philosophies of this world.
“Ungodly Counsel” from those who are “well meaning”
This category is awkward to talk about because some of those who are involved in the giving of this “advice” have good intentions. Nevertheless, it must still be addressed.
Babylon’s “Ungodly Counsel”
According to Psalms 1:1, “ungodly counsel” is to be avoided in our lives. But here is the challenge, as residents of Babylon America; we are swimming in “ungodly counsel” everyday.
It can be found in heart of today’s entertainment. It is the message that cloaks Hollywood movies. It is buoyed in the news media. It is printed on billboards and featured in magazines.
The world’s ungodly counsel is the gospel of Babylon that is shoved down our throats and desires to indoctrinate us into submission by the powers of darkness and their human minions.
It is the sermon that is preached to America’s children in public school
“We came from monkeys.”
“We are merely an animal species that has evolved”
“There are no rules about your gender. Feel free to experiment with one another.”
“Procreation is for recreation! So have at it!”
It is found everywhere and is freely available to all of us. This is why God warns us against this “ungodly counsel.”
In fact, this warning is one of the vigilant highlights of scripture.
If we could illustrate our lives as a journey, “ungodly counsel” could be likened to a “pot hole” that would be found in our journey’s infrastructure. Following the world’s “bad counsel” will result in us falling into a slippery sinkhole of pain and sorrow.
If we are seeking to walk in the light of God’s truth, we should be able to discern when we are being exposed to Babylon’s “ungodly counsel.” In spite of its tempting nature, this “false counsel” will most of the time, be obvious to most of us.
In our last devotional, we went into detail about this false counsel.
“Ungodly Counsel” that is “well meaning”
I would like to now talk about another area of ungodly counsel. This area is more challenging to recognize. For some people, it can even be difficult to address.
This area of “wrong counsel” can be found in the strategy of “well meaning” individuals.
My friends, please allow me the latitude to visit this topic. I do not bring it up to be mean or harsh. I bring it up because God instructs us to seek “holy godly counsel” and not “false” or “ungodly counsel.”
It is important that we do this because in today’s end time landscape, the “remnant community” is trying to prepare for what is coming!
Hopefully, you are in this group. You are trying to get yourself ready. You are trying to warn your friends and family. In the midst of this task, you may be facing a tirade of internet resources that talk about end time topics like:
The Coming Dollar Crash.
The Coming War with Iran and its implications.
The Coming Greater Depression.
The Coming Tyranny and Police State, etc.
As we listen to the many Alternative News Sources that are freely available in “internet land,” we are also exposing ourselves to some information that may or may not be “filtered” through the Holy Spirit of God.
Some of the information out there may actually include preparation information or advice that could be “ungodly counsel!” Now please do not get me wrong, I fully support getting prepared and getting equipped for what is coming. But I also believe that God’s remnant needs to be “particularly” cautious about the counsel or advice that they are hearing.
Why? Because many of the people who are trying to prepare for the future are searching for answers; and some of the counsel that is out there is becoming the influential catalyst for the plans of these people.
Some of the counsel out there is becoming the recommendation that people are following. Folks, the advice that guides us needs to be the counsel of God and not the earthly opinion of men.
Some preppers out there are preparing for the lights to go out and some are preparing for a show down and cannot wait to start firing their weapons in every direction!
Some preppers are hearing counsel that when doom happens, they should absolutely help no one!
But in the light of this advice, should we as Christians just rip the Parable of the Good Samaritan out of our Bible? Or the Parable of the Sheep and Goats?
What if your son or daughter happens to be driving in their car after a supposed EMP attack? What if they are trying to get home by walking?
I have heard preppers say that if this happens …too bad! They will not help a soul. We saw what the anarchists did to the innocent during Katrina. They were raped and murdered!
I have heard internet radio hosts say, “Help no one, trust no one!”
Folks, I understand the need for vigilance, shrewdness and safety, but is this counsel, the mind of Christ?
God will not be mocked, we will reap what we sow!
Again, I know that this topic is touchy, but based on the sampling of sound bytes out there. I am concerned that some of the voices are giving out “ungodly counsel!”
As we are all aware, there are reports out there. Some of them are warnings that include impending events.
These reports can be scary and disturbing:
1. The New Madrid Fault is about to go…!
2. The Iran War is going to begin next week, next month etc…
3. The powers that be are getting the guillotines ready for the people!
4. The powers that be are storing coffins in anticipation of a coming event!
Many of you know what is looming. The big challenge for all of us is to possess the Holy Ghost’s filter so that we can sift through all of the information and determine if it has validity.
As of this writing, the economic meltdown of America has been occurring in slow motion. The big tipping point has thus far, not occurred.
Friends, I do believe that eventually, the big one will happen. But at present, I myself am limited and handicapped by only knowing in part. As the scriptures say, we all look through the glass darkly.
Burn Out and Doubt
Most of us will agree that it is very exhausting to stay on a level of, high emergency alert when nothing of major consequence seems to be happening.
I have witnessed that the lifestyle of waiting for crisis can wear people out. I have seen friends get burned out while waiting for doom; and succumb to the desire to unplug and go back into the sleepy existence of “the Matrix.”
I have seen that after several false alarms, some people seem to react with frustration, embarrassment and anger. And because of this, they resort to a new attitude of scorn towards the warning message.
Sadly, some of these people began to view the preparation and vigilance message as a waste of time and energy.
I have seen that some, who experienced these things, had a decline into doubt and after a time, became bitter towards all of the Watchmen. And worse, some of them began attacking and denouncing God’s Watchmen as false prophets of “doom and gloom.”
The end result is an unfortunate display of burn out, bitterness and betrayal!
Why do things end up this way? It is because some of our “well meaning comrades” who are out there were either misinterpreted by others or they themselves misinterpreted some of the data. In a nutshell, the information may have been wrong counsel! …Wrong counsel that was given and/or received!
To the one that received it, they did not process it correctly and it became too burdensome!
My friends, these things should not be!
Unfortunately, from time to time, we, the remnant, will hear a wrong report. But does an erroneous report nullify the warning message? Does it change the reality of the present season?
The published warning is still valid, my friends! The season of duress is still very much upon us! So this is our challenge; it is the duty of all of us who seek to be prepared and ready, to maintain our marching orders of vigilance.
Folks, we are living in a late hour. Trying to navigate this time period is going to require that we obtain, “God’s counsel.” We must also be able to do this in the midst of the “wrong counsel” that is out there!
During war, it is always necessary to sift through the rumors, in order to find the valid Intel. Over the years, we have all witnessed reports that turned out to be false rumors. But in spite of them, our future still remains in the “cross hairs!”
This also reveals that we must obtain and hone our skill of discernment.
Ungodly counsel and False Information
Is it possible that there are elements in high places that are purposely manufacturing lies and rumors just to confuse us? I think so.
There is a large pool of information out there. Some of the information is true and some of it is false. False rumors may be intentional in order to confuse the seekers of truth.
In Psalms 1:1, we are told not to walk in ungodly counsel. So how does one know the difference?
What is true and what is not true? What is Godly advice and what is not?
Figuring these things out will only be accomplished by the Holy Spirit who resides within. Or at least….Who is supposed to be within!
A question my friend, “Is the Holy Spirit within you?”
“Can you hear His voice?”
Hearing His voice is an absolute must! Because by hearing His voice, we will then have the Divine Filter to ignore the false and the Witness to be prompted by the real!
So how do we obtain this skill? It can only happen through a relationship with Jehovah God. Jesus said, “My sheep know my voice and a stranger’s they will not follow.”
This is our assignment folks. If you hear a report; ask God if it is true. Ask Him to confirm it. Don’t just believe it because it is on a web-site or because you are listening to the message on your IPod.
No one gets a “free pass….not even me, Nathan Leal! The Holy Spirit must confirm the message and bear witness within your spirit.
Ladies and gentlemen, I know that this is a touchy subject but if we are God’s people we need to allow the truth to be our shield. And from time to time, the “ouch factor” needs to be a part of the equation.
Today’s Remnant community has a lot of questions on what they should do. Some are trying to figure out if they should relocate to another area.
Here is a warning! It could be very expensive to listen to the wrong counsel. So my friends, save your money and listen to the Holy Spirit.
God wants you to have peace. He also wants to offer you instruction on what to do. The well meaning counsel that is out there is freely available. Your duty is to find out if this counsel is God’s will for your life.
God bless you,
Watchman’s Cry Ministries
March 18, 2012
Link to this article: http://www.watchmanscry.com/article_counsel_of_God.html
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