Watching as the desired effect is accomplished. To see the WeGood2016 campaign spreading on social media just lends to the 3rd term cry that we listened to on Obama’s not so farewell campaign. This scripted campaign leads to just the response needed from the people living off the master of the house and continuing to sell their souls for a pitiful bowl of stew…..Please sir, may we have another?



CHANGE is coming to this Nation and to this world in fact. The beast is rising and Satan and his demons are being cast down to earth to wreak havoc because they know their time is short. As we begin to watch this play out before our eyes, it should be no surprise that demons (aliens) will try to make contact with the human race and gather them for battle against Yahweh. Remember, we are not at war against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places. (Eph 6:12)

Be not deceived about this stage that is being set for a battle that Revelations warns us is to come. A battle that will pit the very seeds of Satan against the LORD Himself. They will gather many from the for corners of this earth for battle, but in the end it is they who will lose. This weeks news has exposed to us what these wicked rulers of darkness and the hosts in the heavenly places are setting in to place.





Now more than ever we need to open our eyes, have ears to hear, and pray for the wisdom and the power to not be deceived. Let us also remember that this battle is the LORD’S and He will fight it for us. We only need to abide in faith and stand!



Have you ever heard the saying: Many a truth is said in jest? There’s a reason for that. Of course if you are not familiar with the saying, now would be a good time to study up on it. The End of the Republic is such a timely idea. It’s so sweet that we can all laugh at such statements. With that said I wonder how the third term and the end of the Republic advances. War, national EMP event or Hillary placed in to office and used as the puppet. We can only continue to watch and pray!

How do we determine the worth of something or someone? By what standard or plumbline do we gauge a man’s worthiness? Do we compare them to ourselves, our own actions, or to society’s standards? Since the bible has been removed for the most part from secular society, and religion has been categorized as just a set of ideas for any one group, I would venture to say the measure of a man today is NOT God’s Word for the majority. The reality is, society and our own opinion are the gauge. We look at someone’s life and see immorality but overlook it because we gain something for OURSELVES. Maybe it’s money, entertainment, popularity.  We then look at other’s who may hold the exact same behaviors and we increase our shock value. Why? Because we lose something. The crowds have latched on to a “crucify them” attitude and we need to join in to “belong”. Maybe there are bribes involved. Maybe we gain a feeling of righteousness and self respect. For whatever reason we have used society and our own view to measure the worth of something or someone.

Proverbs 20:9-10 teaches us that, Who can say, “I have made my heart clean, I am pure from my sin”? Diverse weights and diverse measures, They are both alike, an abomination to the LORD.

What does this mean? What is the plumb line of God’s Word teaching us? First, only the one who has come to a true, saving faith in Christ can say that they have made their heart clean and have been purified from their sins. Of course, the only way to measure that is to measure our hearts and our life back to the plumb line of God’s Word. This is why David, who had stumbled into sin, would ask God to test him and see if there was any wicked way in him. Only Yahweh and His Word can bring cleansing and measure our worth. That is the only standard we can hold ourselves to. Of course many chose to measure the worth of others based on differing standards. One who practices evil we will call good, while another who practices good we will call evil. Of course at the very same time we also measure one person’s evil as acceptable and another person’s evil as deplorable, even though they are the exact same actions. In other words, we rationalize something as acceptable even when the LORD says it isn’t…period. Our worthless, fraudulent balancing scales of morality and worth are detestable to the LORD.  The Septuagint points it out as a  warning against judging a neighbor by a standard which we do not apply to ourselves.

In these days of wickedness and lawlessness, my prayer is that we do not get washed away in the ideology of an immoral society who uses their own desires as a gauge for worth or moral direction, but instead we lean on the foundation of God’s Word and His Son as our plumb line for truth. Only then will we remain study upon these raging storms of deception in the coming months and years and not come crashing down on sinking sand. Only then will we be found hanging our lives and our nation on fair and balanced scales which are of the LORD.


 “It was the same in the days of Lot. People were eating and drinking, buying and selling, planting and building.  But the day Lot left Sodom, fire and sulfur rained down from heaven and destroyed them all. (Luke 17:28-29)

Suffice it to say, we are truly the generation that has returned back to the days of Noah and Lot. As I study the Word to digest all of it’s meaty teachings, the thing that stands out to me the most, is that God is calling us to be like Noah and Lot in our wicked generation. To walk in and live by righteousness which comes through faith in Christ. The struggle that I have as I read through these accounts is that based on the teachings and commentaries of so many pastors, I would be hard pressed to understand why Lot was considered righteous. In fact, the only justification I could find as an overwhelming consensus, was that Lot believed in God, but did nothing with his faith. Instead he lived a life of immorality and complacency when it came to his witness, but because he believed he was called righteous.

I am going to state up front that this teaching does not set well in my spirit and does not line up with the consistent message in the Bible in the Old or New Testaments. Because of that, I have taken some time to sit in prayer and study and ask the LORD to help me reconcile Lot and his righteousness, so that what I teach others lines up with His truth. I will say, what the LORD has taught me makes far more sense to His Word and His nature that the general explanation given.

The first thing we need to ask ourselves as we read the account of Lot in Genesis is, did Lot choose to live among the land because it looked good to him and he assumed he would proper for his family? Did he believe that he could have an effect on others with little to no effect on himself or his family? In fact, the Hebrew words for LIFT YOUR EYES means to LOOK WITH CARE. The bible does not make known to us Lot’s motive, so we just assume one. What we can gather from the scriptures though is that Lot believed this to be the best land for his family, and it doesn’t seem that his uncle Abraham tried to discourage him otherwise.

Reality causes us to understand that we can not be taken out of this world or live separately from society, but instead we are left to live and dwell among the wicked and the lawless in peace. In fact, this seems to be the very defense of the modern day church today that rebels against the “institutionalized” church for the sake of dwelling with unbelievers and the immoral  in relationship to impact them for Christ. Sadly, we couldn’t live in America and most of it’s cities if we take a stand against Lot for the land that he chose.

Second, we should note according to scripture, that the men of Sodom were not really fans of Lot at all. In fact they referred to him as “judging” in a mocking tone. In all actuality, it seems that they are not fans of the way Lot judges because their views of what is considered immoral and wicked is very different from Lot’s. How is that relevant to our generation and how the Lot’s of our day stand for morality, only to be mocked and harassed by those who hold a different view to what they believe is moral in their own eyes. Of course Lot seems to believe he can even participate in the local politics of the area given his place of prominence at the city gate. Again, how would this be any different than those in the Church who believe that Christians should place themselves in prominent places of political leadership to influence the society around them.

Scripture also never tells us that Lot did not try to minister to those he dwelled among. It would just seem that his ministry was ineffective in a place so given over to wickedness and immorality. Yet, this is no different than the days of Noah, (to which the last days generation is also compared), in the sense that NO ONE responded to Noah’s ministry. But does that mean that Noah was ineffective for Yahweh? Of course not! Instead, we can blame that on the hearts of the hearers and their desire to do what was right in their own eyes. Sadly, their ears were closed to the ministry that was right among them.

This seems to be the case in Lot’s day as he recognizes these godly men as the enter into the city and begs them not to stay in the square, but to come under his own roof for protection. It is during this time that Lot is mocked by the wicked men in his city for begging them not to do so wickedly. While it was the custom of his culture to protect those who came into your home as a guest, Lot seems to go above and beyond what is really required of him for these godly men. In his mind, he was willing to offer up his own daughters, as if he hated them, to protect that which was sent from God. All that we know from this occurrence is that God causes the angels to protect Lot and his daughters from this consequence and strikes the wicked men with blindness.

In the end, what we can conclude is that Lot does not seem to be a man who agrees with or even participates in the wickedness of Sodom and Gomorrah. Instead, it would seem his intentions were to live among this people, prosper off the land and influence them. Of course even the most noble of intentions can have an influence on those around us that we bring along on our journey. Lot’s choices seems to have affected even his family in a negative way. His desire to stay among a group who were unwilling to hear and repent and even to build upon a friendly approach by calling them “breathen” does not seem to appeal to this people. Instead it seems the longer he stays, the more it impacts his wife and his children to tolerate what is going on in this society and the love for what it provides them.

What we can learn from Lot’s life is that as a Christian who has put our faith in Christ and is walking in the righteousness of His Spirit, we can also find ourselves dwelling to long in places, instead of dusting off our feet when people won’t listen. In the end our life can end up as an example to 1 Cor 3:15- If it is burned up, the builder will suffer loss but yet will be saved—even though only as one escaping through the flames. The intentions of our work can be good but produce nothing. That work like Sodom will be burned, but he himself will be saved. It is the same for the times we live in and why Christ compared those days to the days of Noah and Lot. We live among the perverse and wicked, but many will not listen.

Last night as I had drifted off to sleep I was awoken by a strong feeling of panic. As I prayed the LORD began to calm my spirit and I laid my head back on my pillow and drifted off as I mumbled the prayer for the LORD to show me what this fear was and what I needed to know. What transpired next was nothing short of an evening of nightmarish dreams, racing mind and a broken heartache when I awoke.

In my dream my husband and I along with our family and several friends from my lifetime were standing around outside. I know it bounced from hotels to cars to stores, but what I strongly remember was looking up and seeing airstrikes coming against us. I remember looking at my husband and saying we are at war. I have no idea how long this portion of my dream continued on. I do remember that at some point I found myself caught up in the knowledge that a large number of Muslim men with connections to ISIS had been released into the US and that they were there to attack us. So many people were running in fear and I knew what to say to them, but at the same time I was left with a ground view of watching these men stand around and plot this attack that they were planning on the ground.

Even still as Daniels 4th Kingdom is rising and Isaiah 17 and Ezekial 38 draw closer, I will keep watching and praying and trusting that the LORD who is in control of all things will use all of this for His glory!

Testing the Spirits

Did you know that there are only two people that Scripture ever references as being sons of perdition and are literally indwelt by Satan? The Anti-Christ and Judas Iscariot.

The Bible first records this description of Judas:

John 13:21-28
21 When Jesus had said these things, He was troubled in spirit, and testified and said, “Most assuredly, I say to you, one of you will betray Me.” 22 Then the disciples looked at one another, perplexed about whom He spoke. 23 Now there was leaning on Jesus’ bosom one of His disciples, whom Jesus loved. 24 Simon Peter therefore motioned to him to ask who it was of whom He spoke. 25 Then, leaning back on Jesus’ breast, he said to Him, “Lord, who is it?” 26 Jesus answered, “It is he to whom I shall give a piece of bread when I have dipped it.” And having dipped the bread, He gave it to Judas Iscariot, the son of Simon. 27 Now after the piece of bread, Satan entered him. Then Jesus said to him, “What you do, do quickly.” 28 But no one at the table knew for what reason He said this to him. (NKJ)
It also records for us another detail about Judas in the Gospel of John
John 17:12
12 “While I was with them in the world, I kept them in Your name. Those whom You gave Me I have kept; and none of them is lost except the son of perdition, that the Scripture might be fulfilled. (NKJ)
Let’s compare these Scriptures to what the Bible has to tell us in regards to the Anti-Christ.
II Thessalonians 2:1-4
1 Now, brethren, concerning the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ and our gathering together to Him, we ask you, 2 not to be soon shaken in mind or troubled, either by spirit or by word or by letter, as if from us, as though the day of Christ had come. 3 Let no one deceive you by any means; for that Day will not come unless the falling away comes first, and the man of sin is revealed, the son of perdition, 4 who opposes and exalts himself above all that is called God or that is worshiped, so that he sits as God in the temple of God, showing himself that he is God. (NKJ)
Now, knowing this fact about the one who betrayed Jesus during His first coming and the one who will betray Him up until His second coming, it would only make sense that they would both be motivated by the same agenda and similar tactics. Why? Because the spirit the led Judas is the same spirit of the Antichrist.
That being said, we could also assume that their very tactics and arguments would also produce the same results.
Because Judas was a type of antichrist and because 1 John 2:18 tells us that the spirit of antichrist has been around in many since then, let’s take a look at some of the behaviors and signs to see what we will notice about the Antichrist and those who takes captive to do his will.
Before we look at the evidence of Judas’ life, we need to understand the spirit and the agenda that will be prevalent during the rise of the Antichrist to power. The coming of the lawless one (Antichrist) is according to the working of Satan with all power, signs (miracles), and lying wonders”              (2 Thessalonians 2:9)

So, the Antichrist will do what Jesus refused to do in the wilderness, bow down and worship Lucifer. Because he does this he is given temporary power over the kingdoms of this world and that power includes the power to deceive, which is why Jesus warned His disciples in Matt 24:4,  “Watch out that no one deceives you.” Satan’s whole goal through the use of the Antichrist and his seed is to lead as many people to worship him as God and even more importantly to their destruction, just as he did with Judas.

What actions can we note from Judas Iscariots life and the spirit that led him and how that will resemble the spirit of Antichrist in these last days? Well first we need to notice that Judas never referred to Jesus as LORD only as Rabbi, meaning teacher (Matt 26:25 and 26:49-50).  This gives us insight into the fact, that while Judas was part of the inner 12 and to the outside world looked like a follower of Christ, his heart was never really surrendered to Him and he could not accept His divinity or lordship. The first fruit we notice when testing the spirits is that while it may follow God and even acknowledge Him, it never submits to His authority or will. This is why James writes in his letter in chapter 2: even the demons believe and tremble. Such will be the fruit of the Antichrist and those who follow after his ways.

Next we learn from the gospel of Mark 14 that Judas had a perceived concern for the poor and he loved to vocalize it. So much so that he tried to convince others to join him in his rebellious, socialistic agenda for “good” and he was the most passionate of them all for the cause. Lamenting over the choice that this woman made for how to use her OWN bottle of perfume, the Judas spirit needed to legislate or mandate what she should do with it. To the others it seems like such a noble social justice cause.

The problem is his appearance of concern for the poor was really only a cover for covetousness (greed). We can be certain that the Antichrist will carry forth this same outward agenda and garner as many followers to support him, while the reality is the money will only be used to fuel the power and greed of his own pocket and those closest to him. The poor will always live among us as Jesus declared, but the wicked will continue to do wickedly.

Finally we note that Judas himself seemed to not only desire strong political power and control but that he himself was willing to community organize for his agenda and meet in secret to accomplish whatever was going to benefit his pocket (Matt 26). He first starts by following Jesus, apparently believing that Jesus is a political ruler coming to set Israel free from Roman occupation, but when he discovers that Jesus is instead teaching that he is going to die for Israel, he becomes less than ecstatic about Jesus’ mission and instead agrees to rid the world of Him.

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