Metanoia = New Life

By G F Herrin

To understand the concept of “metanoia” we only need to examine the life of the Apostle Paul.  Paul, before he came to saving faith in Christ, was known as Saul, a man dedicated to persecuting and tracking down Christians and having them killed and imprisoned (Acts 7:58; 8:1-3).  Yes, it is true that he was a devout Jew and even studied under one of the great teachers of the Jewish faith: Gemaliel (Acts 22:3).  However, Saul was legalistic and as a Pharissee he believed that he could justify himself before God by how many good works he did and how well he kept the Law.  After he had his road to Damascus experience, though, and converted to Christ, his life was COMPLETELY and miraculously changed (Acts 9:1-6).  Saul became Paul and for all intents and purposes became a new man. Paul preached, taught, wrote, went on mission trips, was beaten, shipwrecked and was happily arrested for the cause of Christ.


Paul viewed the life that he led before he met Christ as one of a horrible sinner (1 Timothy 1:15).  After he met Christ, though, he became a man on fire for the Gospel! He dedicated himself to the things of God in every way.

We as devoted followers of Christ should be able to point to a point in our lives BEFORE and AFTER we met Christ. We should see behaviors that we began when we became children of God.  We should have a desire to read His word, to serve others in the Church, to share the Gospel, to pray and to draw closer to God. This desire to draw closer to Him is part of the change that is our behavior after we met Jesus.

Men who follow God should want to be more like Christ.  We should serve at the church and desire to be around other believers.  We should meet with others and share God’s word and desire to live moral lives.  We should meet with other men who help us to be accountable and encourage us.  We desire to pray with others and we desire to have a godly wife in our lives that we can love and to serve the Lord with in any way we can. We should desire to give a portion of our income to the church and we should ”seek first the Kingdom of God and His Righteousness” (Matthew 6:33).


Women should demonstrate a new nature where they want to live a life that is pleasing to God.  They do not have to do good works to go to Heaven, but desire to because they love God and have received His grace and forgiveness for their sins.  Both men and women are living a life where they are being molded and shaped to become more like Christ.  This behavior is the life of a person who has turned away from sin and has determined to live a life pursuing God and godly things. This behavior is the one demonstrated by one filled by God’s Holy Spirit. This is a complete change of heart brought about by the filling of God’s spirit in one’s heart.  This is Metanoia.


How does a person convert to Christ?  By coming to the realization that you are a sinner and there is nothing you can do to make up for your sins. Only Jesus dying for you on the cross can blot out the sins that you have committed against God.  Your sins are an offense to a holy and Righteousness God.  You must make a conscious effort to repent (turn away from your sins) and ask Jesus to be Lord of your life.  Accept the free gift of forgiveness that Christ has graciously given to you.  It is not something you or I deserve.  It is His Grace.  When one does that, he or she feels God’s spirit come into their lives and brings a supernatural peace.

Is there anything preventing you from making that personal commitment to Christ? Call on Him today, we are not guaranteed a tomorrow.





From the Heart

By GF Herrin


As saved Christians when we speak of the Human heart, we must take a different approach from the Unsaved World that is all around us. The unrepentant world views the human heart as good since they are separated from God because of their unforgiven sin and have not experienced His perfect Holiness. However, we who have come to saving faith in Jesus, and have come to an understanding of the Righteousness of God, (In contrast to our own unrighteousness) know that the Bible has a different view.

In Jeremiah 17:9-10, Jeremiah writes of God’s perspective of the human heart:

“The heart is deceitful above all things, And desperately wicked; Who can know it?

I, the Lord, search the heart, I test the mind, Even to give every man according to his ways, According to the fruit of his doings


In a person’s life, until God’s Holy Spirit takes up residence in us,  our hearts are not truly good or clean.

Ezekiel prophesied of such a time when people could have a new heart:

Ezekiel 36:26-27

“I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit within you; I will take the heart of stone out of your flesh and give you a heart of flesh. I will put My Spirit within you and cause you to walk in My statutes, and you will keep My judgments and do them.”

When we come to saving faith, Jesus’ indwelling Spirit gives us a new nature, and a strength to love God and other people.

Psalm 73:26 – “My flesh and my heart fail;

But God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.”

Apart from God we can do nothing. But with Him we have a new nature and a heart that longs to please our Lord and delights in Him.

Psalm 37:4 says “Delight yourself also in the LORD, And He shall give you the desires of your heart.”

This passage may not be what it seems. On the surface, this passage sounds like God will give you what you long for in your heart, and that may very well be true.  However, if you look deeper, it seems as if the passage is also saying that a heart that has been changed by God will be given different and new desires that reflect the new godly nature which it has been given by God. A heart of flesh, (not stone) will desire to have a spouse who loves God, His Word, people, family, and morality. These things reflect the heart of God.

Are you walking today with a changed heart that desires the things of God? Or do you just want fleeting things that you think will make you happy, but in the end will just leave you empty?

Call on Jesus and ask Him to change you and He will today.





Karma & Other Myths…

By GF Herrin

Since it was New Year’s day today, I made a couple of resolutions that I wanted to achieve for 2022. One resolution was to go out more and share the Gospel to others. So, I found myself in uptown Charlotte this evening at the Transportation Center handing out Gospel tracts. One gospel tract found itself in the hand of a rapper type late 20s guy who was openly hostile to whatever I had to say. He talked back to me in a rapper sing song type of style of speaking and urged me to move on from his presence invoking expletives in the process. In a related diatribe,  he also brought up the topic of karma and seemed to assume a role of authority in the subject of spiritual matters.

Karma really has no valid standing as a moral cosmic law that should guide our lives or cause us to live differently. To be sure, we should expect that our actions and how we treat other people will impact how they treat us in return. However, there is no cosmic boomerang effect that immediately hits us in the face if we do something wrong or sin.

The Lord Jesus Christ did tell us, though, to “ Give, and it will be given to you. They will pour into your lap a good measure-pressed down, shaken together, and running over. For by your standard of measure it will be measured to you in return” (Luke 6:38).

Also, the apostle Paul wrote,

“Do not be deceived, God is not mocked, for whatever a person sows, this he will also reap. For the one who sows to his own flesh will reap destruction from the flesh, but the one who sows to the Spirit, will reap eternal life from the Spirit.” (Gal. 6:7-8). So, we can understand that our bad actions in life will result in bad consequences.

But, the truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ teaches is that we all deserve destruction. The myth that we can somehow live a good life and do good deeds to earn our way to Heaven is simply NOT true

We all have sinned and deserve to endure the wrath of God as a punishment for our sins. (see Romans 3:23).

All of us, like sheep, have gone astray. Each of us has turned to his own way (Isaiah 53:6).

Enduring the wrath of God or being punished for our sins is an impending event that will take place at some future time UNLESS…

You repent (turn away from your sins) confess to God that you are a sinner, accept the forgiveness that Jesus secured for you by dying on the cross for your sins, and ask Him to be Lord of your life. Please, do it today. There is no guarantee that you will be alive tomorrow.

Dangerous Times



The United States of America was founded on Christian principles. With laws abolishing school prayer allowing the merciless killing of babies in a mother’s womb, and same sex marriage, it has fallen out of God’s favor. America has entered a time of great danger.  No longer are we merely knocking at the door of the End Times.  We are plunging into the thick of it. As a nation, we are out of favor with God.  We must repent.

Please watch Jonathan Cahn’s video:

A Unique Purpose




By GF Herrin


Expanding on the passage (Acts 17:26-27) that was cited in the previous post, we see that not only is the uniqueness of God in view, but also in scope is His unique purpose for every human being on Earth through all time, including you!

He marked their appointed times in history and the boundaries of their lands.  God did this so that they would seek him and perhaps reach out for him and find him, though he is not far from any one of us” (Acts 17:27).

Did you know that God’s purpose for putting you in this particular time is so that you seek Him out and call on Him and be saved? If you have already done that and count yourself as a child of God, then you have a unique purpose along with every other member of His church collectively known as the Bride of Christ.

Ephesians 2:10 says, “For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand that we should walk in them.”

Titus 2:14 says, (Christ) “who gave Himself for us, that He might redeem us from every lawless deed and purify for Himself His own special people, zealous for good works.”

1 Peter 2:9 says,  “But you are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, His own special people, that you may proclaim the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into His marvelous light;”

This reference from 1 Peter quotes Isaiah 43:20, which speaks of Israel’s unique place as God’s chosen people. Peter’s evangelism mission was largely targeted to Jews, so his audience would have understood his citing the passage. The reader can understand that the ultimate fulfillment of the passage with reference to the nation of Israel will ultimately be fulfilled at the conclusion of Daniel’s 70th week (Dan. 9:24-27).  However, one can also understand that both Jewish and Gentiles believers are a chosen people, redeemed to live in God’s light, “ambassadors for Christ (2 Cor. 5:20) who carry out deeds that represent Jesus to a lost world.

We must remember that Christ suffered for sinners, paying the sin debt once and for all. As Christians living life daily, we need to remember the suffering that Christ endured to redeem us.  Isaiah writes, “Surely he took up our pain and bore our suffering, yet we considered him punished by God, stricken by him, and afflicted. But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed” (Isaiah 53:4-5).

But, “Yet it was the LORD’s will to crush him and cause him to suffer, and though the LORD makes his life an offering for sin, he will see his offspring and prolong his days, and the will of the LORD will prosper in his hand” (Isa. 53:10).

It is clear that Christian believers are Christ’s spiritual offspring spoken of in this passage, who, after being born again should not live selfishly for themselves but should live selflessly in service to Him.

2 Cor. 5:14-15  says, “For Christ’s love compels us, because we are convinced that one died for all, and therefore all died. And he died for all, that those who live should no longer live for themselves but for him who died for them and was raised again.”

What needs to be emphasized here is that this is a unique purpose for those that God calls His own, His redeemed.  That purpose is not to just go to church once a week and keep to ourselves, slugging it out to survive the rest of the week. That purpose is to do good deeds, love others, show others Jesus and glorify God. In doing this is found God’s ultimate blessing and intimate connection with Him.




A Unique God

By GF Herrin

Biblical Christianity has a uniqueness that sets it apart from all other World Religions and world views.

The religions of Buddhism, Hinduism, Humanism, Islam, Jehovah’s Witnesses are all dependent on man working his way to some enlightened state that is dependent on what the individual has done.  Humanists stress a belief in oneself as the great key to achieving success or self-actualization in life. Indeed, go to most any middle or high school function and inevitably you will hear a message stressing that belief.  Humanists and most mainstream media beat a drum to glorify humankind and its achievements.

Christianity, though, stresses the fact that humans have failed and are inherently sinful and cannot lift themselves out of the sin pit that we have fallen into.   The Bible gives us a portrait of a unique God who is knowable, findable and merciful and who promises the repentant sinner “You will seek me and find me when you search for Me with all your heart”.

This God became man to show us how to live and to die as a substitutionary atonement for our sins on the cross. But His journey did not end there.  We can take comfort in our daily life that the resurrected Lord Jesus is a suffering servant who can understand our problems today because of the pain He underwent in His life. He is a high priest that we can pray to because He is a “man of sorrows acquainted with grief” (Isaiah 53:3) who experienced the pain of life and had to overcome great trials.

If you are a born again believer in Christ, when you encounter trials (rest assured you will) be comforted in  knowing that you can pray and cry out to Him who experienced every kind of human pain, trial, and humiliation possible.

This is not a distant aloof God who is not knowable but as Paul said to the people in Athens, “From one man he made all the nations, that they should inhabit the whole earth; and he marked their appointed times in history and the boundaries of their lands.  God did this so that they would seek him and perhaps reach out for him and find him, though he is not far from any one of us” (Acts 17:26-27).

What kind of God is this? He is a God who is Righteousness, Holy, Merciful and Good.  Rest assured, you can cry out to Him today through Jesus to be set free and to be comforted and healed.





7 Behaviors of Highly Effective Believers


By GF Herrin



Several years ago Stephen Covey wrote a book called “7 Habits of Highly Effective People”, a self-help book that impacted many in the business community. In the 1990’s as an enterprising individual, I needed to do a project for my career development at the training consultant job had at the time. I remember reading that book and thinking oh, that’s nice. Nothing too amazing but helpful nonetheless. Well, about a week ago or so, a Christian brother and I did an informal discussion of the first few verses of 1st Thessalonians chapter 5, while encouraging each other to keep looking for the Lord Jesus’ return. As I read the rest of the chapter, though, it occurred to me that Paul was urging us believers on to live out certain behaviors while we look for the King. In living for God, looking for the Messiah’s return, and also in being a highly effective Christian, there are 7 key actions that we as born again believers can perform in our daily lives:


16 Rejoice always, Notice that Paul doesn’t say, rejoice when you feel like it or rejoice when you are in the mood, or rejoice on Fridays! He says to the Thessalonians (and us) Rejoice always! We see an example of this rejoicing in Acts 16:24-30 when Paul and Silas are thrown into prison. Verse 25 says, “But at midnight Paul and Silas were praying and singing hymns to God, and the prisoners were listening to them. “ Paul and Silas, locked into bondage in a dreary prison, and nearly naked, were (against all worldly logic) rejoicing and praising the Lord. Their behavior got attention from the fellow prisoners and the jailer who clearly wanted what they had. The same applies to us in the workplace, on the street, in the mission field, at school, and anywhere else. If you rejoice, especially during tough times you are going to get noticed by people who want what you have: Living water given to you by the eternal resurrected Christ.


17 Pray without ceasing

We as Christians should not limit our prayer life to when we are at home. Pray in your car on the way to work, on the phone when you are consoling a friend, with your kids when you begin a vacation, at your desk when you begin your work day, or during a crisis when you don’t know how to handle a challenge in your job. Pray continuously and tell the Lord that you are totally dependent on Him. He already knows that but you need to know it, too.


18 In everything give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.

This is the toughest one, I think because we get so deep into our own stuff that we can’t see the light at the end of the tunnel. Let’s face it, people are suffering. Financial troubles, health challenges, marital issues, or anything at all can drag us down. The unbelieving world would have you believe that all of the stuff happening to you is completely random and there is no purpose for your day to day life. But remember Romans 8:28 says, “And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose.” This means that the tough job assignment your boss just gave you was not random. God has a purpose behind it. So, be thankful. As a matter of fact be thankful in all things. I had a friend who is a web developer who would frequently get angry at work when he would have to wait for some kind of web or database process to complete. He would wait wishing that it would run faster until he realized that even in these moments God had a purpose. His attitude was changed when he asked the Lord to help him understand what the Lord would have him learn from the situation and would be directed to solve another issue or do something else that had God’s touch behind it. So, we can be thankful even if we don’t quite understand why we are going through something.



19 Do not quench the Spirit.

Are you responding to what you feel God’s Spirit has put on your heart? Are you doing things you should not do? Are you not doing things that you should? If you responded “yes” to this then you may be in danger of quenching the Spirit. If you are a born again child of God then the Holy Spirit has set up in residence in you. Paul writes, “the Spirit Himself bears witness with our spirit that we are children of God” (Rom. 8:16). There are numerous passages in Scripture associating the Spirit with fire (Isa. 4:4; Matt. 3:11; Acts 2:23-4). The traits demonstrated by a person filled with the Holy Spirit are boldness, courage, and prophecy. These traits tend to be high energy or fiery acts. Certainly, Peter acted in the power of the Holy Spirit when he preached at the Temple in Jerusalem (Acts 2:14-36) and healed the crippled man (Acts 3:1-8). As Christians, we are called to live in the power of God’s Spirit by doing things that He has for us to accomplish. If a believer is not responding to the Holy Spirit by obeying what He wants him to do, then he can be in danger of quenching the Spirit. Are you called to preach? Teach? Or are you just called to reach out to the person down the street with some unique task that God wants you to help with? Do it somehow and live out the power of the Spirit.


20 Do not despise prophecies.

A lot of Christians, especially ones in mainline churches and even in mainline seminaries, tend to discount or not emphasize the many prophetic passages of the Bible. Specific types of prophecy that come to mind are passages having to do with the Lord’s Second Coming or the Rapture of the Church. For example, some preachers may say that we cannot understand the Book of Revelation because it is so hard to understand. Or they may advise you (regarding the Rapture or Second Coming) that since “of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven” (Matt. 24:36) we should not be expecting Christ’s return during our lifetime. But that is biblically incorrect since Paul himself exhorted the believers of his day to “say no to ungodliness and worldly passions, and to live self-controlled, upright and godly lives in this present age, while we wait for the blessed hope – the appearing of the glory of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ” (Titus 2:12-13). In short, understanding prophecy and applying it to our daily lives in a fashion that encourages us to live more holy is of great value.


21 Test all things; hold fast what is good.

This passage goes hand in hand with not despising prophecy. We should value prophecy: both what is written in the Bible and what a Spirit filled godly preacher declares from the pulpit. However, we need to test everything against the Holy Scriptures. We must make sure that whatever teaching we expose ourselves to, whether it comes from a Bible study teacher, a theology book, or a gifted evangelist, lines up with the Sacred Writ. The Christian faith holds to Sola Scriptura: that is that the biblical text is authoritative and “is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness” (2 Tim. 3:16). Further, “the Word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart” (Heb. 4:12). Whatever teaching we place value on must be consistent with what is written in the New and Old Testaments.


22 Abstain from every form of evil.

This passage really speaks for itself. In view are basic moral laws taught in the Bible such as not stealing, not committing murder, not lying, not committing idolatry, and not coveting. The early direction of the disciples, and elders of the Church emphasized to the new Gentile believers that they “abstain from things polluted by idols, from sexual immorality, from things strangled, and from blood” (Acts 15:29; 20:25). It is interesting that of these specific instructions given, the most applicable one is the warning against sexual immorality. How does one stay away from such things? James writes, “God resists the proud, but gives grace to the humble. Therefore submit to God. Resist the devil and he will flee from you. Draw near to God and He will draw near to you. Cleanse your hands, you sinners, and purify your heart, you double-minded” (James 3:6-7). In essence, it is only by humbling ourselves before God and seeking His help that we can overcome our tendency to sin. If we humble ourselves and “confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness” (1 John 1:16). So, we know that “there is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus, who do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit” (Rom. 8:1).

You Think but Do You Know for Sure?



GF Herrin


Unlike all other religions, the Christian faith leaves no doubt as to whether you are going to Heaven or not. The religions of Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and even Roman Catholicism hinge on doing good works to enter into Heaven.  Muslims believe that their good works are weighed against their bad works on the scales of Allah.  Roman Catholics believe that yes, Jesus had to die for their sins but they must be baptized, belong to a Roman Catholic church, hold to the working of the sacraments, and demonstrate good works as proof that they are saved to go to Heaven.

Any religion that is based on works or some combination of works and faith is in essence a dead end path. Biblical Christianity holds to a one-time event as the key activity that gets the believer to Heaven.  That event began with Justification – Jesus of Nazareth dying on the cross for mankind as a substitutionary atonement for sins. The second component of that event is repenting of sins and putting your faith in what Jesus did for you by taking the punishment that you deserve for your sins.

We talk to a lot of people who when asked if they think they are going to Heaven say, “I hope so, but don’t know for sure”. Let’s face it, life is way too short to not know for sure where you are going.  If your faith does not provide you certain knowledge of salvation, then, what good is it?

Merely believing that there is a God, is not enough, though. “You believe that there is one God. Good! Even the demons believe that—and shudder” (James 2:19). Head knowledge is not sufficient. The natural order of God’s creation affirms that there is a creator, God.

The Bible provides a certain hope that salvation is found in no other being but the Messiah, Jesus.

Look at Acts 4:12 for example,

Paul writes, “Nor is there salvation in any other, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved.”

Once cannot merely believe in God. One must believe on Him, and on His Son, Jesus who died as the only means to provide your forgiveness for the sins that you have committed.

“And he brought them out and said, “Sirs, what must I do to be saved?”  So they said, “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and you will be saved, you and your household” (Acts 16:30-31).

This is a sure faith, not one that is in doubt. But it is not dependent on your good works or anything that you have done.  “For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God— not by works, so that no one can boast” (Ephes. 2:8-9).

All you must do is repent and believe.






Where there was Wretchedness now there is Righteousness



GF Herrin

If God, through His spirit, has called you to Him and you have repented from your sins, put your faith in Jesus Christ and been born again, then you are in essence a new man or woman.

Paul writes, Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new” (2 Cor. 5:17).

The Bible clearly says that when Jesus of Nazareth died as a substitutionary atonement for your sins He took the rap that you and I deserve.

“For He made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us, that we might become the righteousness of God in Him” (2 Cor. 5:21).

What also needs to be stressed, too, is that while He viewed you previously as a fallen sinner separated from Him, now the God of the universe views you a person clothed with the righteousness of Christ.

No matter what your past or whether you were a Jew or Gentile, if you are a believer, Jesus, your Lord,  has given you His righteousness.  “that he might be the father of all those who believe, though they are uncircumcised, that righteousness might be imputed to them also” (Rom. 4:11). This word “imputed” means that you have been given Christ’s righteousness. Where previously you were dead in your sins and covered in the filthy rags of your sin and unrighteousness (Isa. 64:6), now, you are positionally clothed in the righteousness of Christ.  Where previously there was wretchedness, now there is righteousness!  That means that you can come to God , the Father, boldly in prayer and you are seen as clothed in Christ’s righteousness.

Indeed, since God is holy and righteousness, sin and unrighteousness are an abomination to Him. He cannot allow you into Heaven and into His presence if you are dead in your sins.  If you try to enter into the kingdom by any way except by Jesus’ sacrifice or your sins, you will not be accepted.

Jesus tells a Wedding banquet parable that illustrates this point.

So those servants went out into the highways and gathered together all whom they found, both bad and good. And the wedding hall was filled with guests.  But when the king came in to see the guests, he saw a man there who did not have on a wedding garment.  So he said to him, ‘Friend, how did you come in here without a wedding garment?’ And he was speechless. Then the king said to the servants, ‘Bind him hand and foot, take him away, and cast him into outer darkness; there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth’” (Matt. 22:10-13).

So, no giving of tithes, no perfect church attendance, no praying 5 times a day toward Mecca, speaking in tongues, or doing good works will make you acceptable to God.  Only by the shed blood of Jesus and being clothed in His Righteousness will get you there.








Eye on the End Times – September Signs



GF Herrin

A lot has already been written in regard to possible signs appearing in the skies in September of this year.

As Christians  we are called to be ready for the Lord’s return.  From an early age as a Christian I have watched expectantly for the Rapture and the Messiah, Jesus’ Coming.  In my teens, I was heavily influenced by Hal Lindsay’s writings.  Clearly, we are called to be watchmen and to long for His appearance.

The Lord Jesus said, “It will be good for those servants whose master finds them watching when he comes. Truly I tell you, he will dress himself to serve, will have them recline at the table and will come and wait on them” (Luke 12:37).

We may not know what the signs of September 23rd (Rosh Hashanah, the Feast of Trumpets) may portend.  Could it be the Rapture, the beginning of the 7 year Tribulation, or a coming war involving Israel? Or nothing at all? It is all speculative at this point.  But just as the Magi (Matt. 2:1-12), Simeon (Luke 2:25-32), and Anna (Luke 2:36-38) had information pointing to the Messiah’s first coming, it is reasonable to believe that there is information that we believers today may have to alert us to His soon return.

So, when I heard about the possible new way of looking at Revelation chapter 12, I was fascinated and excited.  There are various references that Christian brethren have on the internet that point to the signs in September as being a possible astronomical fulfillment of Revelation 12.


So, I would advise you to be discerning in pondering the meaning of these observations that many brethren have made. We are not to use stars, planets, the moon or sun to plan our day to day lives (that is Astrology). However, the Word does say that feasts (such as Rosh Hashanah and Passover) and signs in the heavens are indicators of Christ’s coming.  Please ask the Lord what these signs in the heavens mean and how you should prioritize your work for Him accordingly.


Revelation 12 Signs in the Heaven


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