Staying strong in faith – Prayer for October 31. Praise the Lord everybody! In these last and evil days before Christ comes for His church, the persecution of Christians is going to become more and more prevalent all over the world and especially in America where we have basically escaped without so much as a scratch. But the Saints are going to have step up their game.
Bible Verse for Today
“And from the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven suffereth violence, and the violent take it by force.” (Matthew 11:12)
As the spirit of the Anti-Christ begins to spread through fabric of this nation and the world. The very mention of Christ in this country now suddenly is “offensive” to non-believers and is a “violation” of their rights. With opposition to Christianity growing daily, Matthew 11:12 was never more significant than now. The Kingdom of God has been forcefully advancing as forceful men and woman of God, who are able to stand against all opposition, lay hold of it and not only stand but advance the good news of Gods coming Kingdom throughout the world.
As we draw closer and closer to that “great getting up morning” many will fall away, unable to take the heat but those of us who are forceful of will, will stand and continue against all opposition. These are the type of Saints God wants us to be, this is the kind it will take when the time comes when people will spit on you and curse you for just passing out Christian pamphlets. They will assault and murder you for preaching the Gospel. Only those who are strong will survive, not strong in self but strong in faith, strong in knowledge of God’s word, strong in prayer, and strong in relationship with Christ. It’s time to “muscle up” for the Kingdom of God. God bless you all.
Staying Strong in Faith Prayer for Today
Father God, help us to be more forceful in our desire to serve you and be obedient. God, teach us how to stay strong in faith. Lord, help us to be more forceful in our advancement of the Gospel of Christ and the Kingdom of God. Let us not be slack in our well doing. In Jesus name we pray, Amen.