Wednesday, August 26, 2015

The Final Call For Souls

The first time I visited Paddington Station in London, I was made very much aware of one particular thing. The final boarding call really was final. There wasn't a lot of looking around to make sure they had everyone before the train pulled out. If you weren't on when it was time to go, you were left behind. Stuck. Simple as that.

Does anyone else feel like the current events are really just one big last call for Christians? So many issues that were once "gray area debatable" have now become very much black and white.

I've already written about the big favor the Supreme Court did Christians by forcing all of us to come out of the closet regarding our stance on homosexuality, special rights for homosexuals, and whether or not we should have a right to redefine what God has already clearly defined. We now have to make a solid choice to "obey the law" or face persecution.

There are no more "valid" arguments for keeping the abortion mill that is Planned Parenthood open. It doesn't matter what other services they may offer a woman, they've been exposed as committing unspeakable, unwatchable, and very much illegal acts. We have to make a solid black or white choice now. Are we going to fight to end tax payer funding or are we going to sit on our hands some more so we don't rock the boat?

How about the Ashley Madison exposures? (See what I did there?) Adulterers without the integrity to come clean on their own have been forced to own their sin and face up to the consequences. Last I heard, there have been three suicides linked to the leaks, as well as the public humiliation of several well-known figures. Millions of men and women are put on the spot now: confess and begin the process of restoration or continue to try to lie their way out of owning it.

To top it off, the current most-likely candidate for the Republican party is Donald Trump. Seriously? I'm just going to delete everything I just wrote about him and leave this here. I can't even touch that.

“And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in all the world as a witness to all the nations, and then the end will come.” Matthew 24:14 NKJV

Matthew 24:14 is significant for our time because it answers the question the disciples are asking about the end of the age. Not only will this be one last chance for non-believers to hear, believe and repent, it will be one last chance for believers to hear and repent.

I can't help but wonder if all the junk coming down the last few months is not just a big wake up call, but a last call. What are we going to do with all this? Are we going to vote? Christian---what are you going to do about it? Are you going to protest, act, sacrifice, debate, speak up, get up, man up? 

Or are you just going to "pray about it"? Yeah, we should pray. Pray and then act.


  1. Amen! I don't know what you feel about other events happening, but have you read my post Revelation Unfolding at somuchathome.blogspot.com. I feel like it is the "final call" myself. We don't know when the Lord will return, but He said we would know when it's close.
    Christians should be concerned as you obviously are. Great post.
    God bless.

  2. amen well said... we just need to keep praying

  3. Bless you, dear friend for preaching the truth here. God is surely giving one final call to the Christians in our land, and what HE does next absolutely depends upon what we do now. 2 Chronicles 7:14 is written to HIS people, not to the unbelievers. The ball is definitely in our court, and if we don't wake up and wise up and stop buying into the so-called "political-correctness" pitfall and snap out of this apathetic, lethargic, lukewarmness, we will be spewed out of His mouth. His Word never returns unto Him void, but always accomplishes what it sets out to do. God help us all to cast off our passivity, pick up our spiritual weapon of prayer, come clean with God and repent of our own wicked ways, stop worrying about what everyone is doing, turn the search light inward, then go forth and DO what we know God wants us to do. If we will start focusing on the beam in our own eye, we won't have time to worry about the speck in our brother's. This was a timely, much-needed post, and may God bless you for being courageous enough to speak the truth...you did it in love. Sending much love and big hugs back to you, dear Sarah.


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