Liberty Of Conscience Threatened

Are our freedom being taken away? How close are we the “Mark of the Beast”. Is there a Catholic take over of America?

Happy New Year – 2021

From the Book, Our High Calling

May The Lord Bless and keep us through this new year, as we have exited 2020, may we seek a closer walk with the Lord as trouble in our world increases.

Happy New Year!
So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom. Psalm 90:12.
Another year of life is now in the past. A new year is opening before us. What will be its record? What will we each inscribe upon its spotless pages? The manner in which we spend each passing day will decide this question….
Let us enter upon the new year with our hearts cleansed from the defilement of selfishness and pride. Let us put away every sinful indulgence, and seek to become faithful, diligent learners in the school of Christ. A new year opens its unsullied pages before us. What shall we write upon them? …
Seek to begin this year with right purposes and pure motives, as beings who are accountable to God. Ever bear in mind that your acts are daily passing into history by the pen of the recording angel. You must meet them again when the Judgment shall sit and the books shall be opened….
If we connect with God, the source of peace, and light, and truth, His Spirit will flow through us as a channel, to refresh and bless all around us. This may be the last year of life to us. Shall we not enter upon it with thoughtful consideration? Shall not sincerity, respect, benevolence, mark our deportment toward all?
Let us withhold nothing from Him who gave His precious life for us…. Let us all consecrate to God the property He has entrusted to us. Above all, let us give Him ourselves, a freewill offering. 1
May the beginning of this year be a time that shall never be forgotten—a time when Christ shall come in among us, and say, “Peace be unto you.” John 20:19. Brethren and sisters, I wish you, one and all, a happy new year.
“We live in deeds, not years;
In thoughts, not breaths;
In feelings, not in figures on a dial.
We should count time by heart-throbs.
He most lives
Who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts the best.” 2 . OHC 7-OHC 7.8

Jesus is coming soon!

Do you believe it friends? I pray that you do. The events that are taking place in our world tells us plainly that time cannot last much longer. Jesus says, “And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh.” -Luke 21:28

Join me in preparing for our Lord’s soon return, Jesus says, “be ye ready” so there is a preparation, it begins with prayer and studying His word. Let’s seek to have a close and personal relationship with Jesus where He becomes our friend.

… prepare to meet thy God, O Israel. -Amos 4:12

Satan is stretching his hand upon the church

Satan is attacking God’s church, he is subtle in his actions, but the results can be seen. Closing churches, reducing the number of people that can attend church, the wearing of mask in church, social distancing – thus limiting witnessing, and now in California, restricting church members from signing, what’s next?

He shall stretch forth his hand also upon the countries: and the land of Egypt shall not escape. -Daniel 11:42

Prayer is…

Prayer is the opening of the heart to God as to a friend. Not that it is necessary in order to make known to God what we are, but in order to enable us to receive Him. Prayer does not bring God down to us, but brings us up to Him. . CSA 26.3

Unceasing prayer is the unbroken union of the soul with God, so that life from God flows into our life; and from our life, purity and holiness flow back to God….

We should pray in the family circle, and above all we must not neglect secret prayer, for this is the life of the soul. Steps to Christ, 98. . CSA 27.6-CSA 27.7

Prayer is the most holy exercise of the soul. It should be sincere, humble, earnest—the desires of a renewed heart breathed in the presence of a holy God. Testimonies for the Church 5:200, 201

Prayer Is the Life of the Soul—It is just as convenient, just as essential, for us to pray three times a day as it was for Daniel. Prayer is the life of the soul, the foundation of spiritual growth. DG 83.5

Prayer is the breath of the soul. It is the secret of spiritual power. No other means of grace can be substituted, and the health of the soul be preserved. Prayer brings the heart into immediate contact with the Well-spring of life, and strengthens the sinew and muscle of the religious experience. GW 254.4