Originally Posted by Slug1
I have not listened to AC/DC for several years now. Just one of the elements of the "world" that the Holy Spirit convicted me of and it was when I was rockin to AC/DC and screaming out... "I'm on the highway to hell..." when God asked me... "ARE YOU?"
I actually said... NO! Then God ministered to me... "Then why do you praise being on a highway to hell and allow yourself to proclaim yourself on a highway to hell with all who sing along with the message and meaning of this song?"
Updated May 13th 2012 at 10:38 AM by Slug1
This is the first dream of three, and I am sharing them because of the story Tick, Tock, stand in the holy place, Abba.
The first dream I had last century, in the dream a young child led me out into the outer court ( referring to the Temple talked about in the Bible.)
The child said to me they will kill you in this place. I remember he had blonde hair and he gave me a scripture, while we were seated in a room.
King James Version Psalms 112
1 Praise ye the LORD. Blessed
Updated Jul 15th 2012 at 01:25 PM by Amencorner
I write this fully understanding that there are many people in the world who are in a FAR worse situation than I am.
There are people going through garbage cans and trash bins looking for leftover food. There are people sleeping in alleys. There are people who are unsaved. I could go on and on...
I feel like right now my life isn't anywhere near what it could potentially be. It has become indescribably frustrating.
There are things I need to accomplish,
“The world.” Wow, when I use this word, it gives me chills all over my body. “THE WORLD” When the Bible uses this term, it is referring to Satan’s dominion. Satan is what the Bible calls worldly. The world has many different faces and God has one face. To be worldly or Godly is something we face everyday and we cannot do both at the same time. There is no fence to ride. You are either on one side or the other. You are either acting according to Gods will “Godly” or you are acting worldly “Sinfully”
In the last days, God will have to have a way to weed out the wheat from the chaff. Evolution has a strong draw and appeals flesh through reason, logic, and temporal (physical) evidence. But the Bible never says to believe in only what you can see. So for this to be a test of your faith, it would have to make you question what you have faith in. And that is what evolution does.
The problem with this is that when a Christian knows the truth, and rejects it for what the Bible clearly