Few years ago, many Christians from various denominations, nations, and races gathered together in Wembley Stadium to pray. Some pastors were there whom I could recognise. As they were praying, they’re praying that the Father should come down. And the Father said to me, “If they love themselves, they should stop that prayer because if I should come down, I will kill all of them. Some of them are laying with their daughters and they think it’s normal. A brother is laying with his sister and he thinks it’s normal. All the abominations I hate, these they practise everyday and nobody to tell them. If I come down, I will kill all of them. They should go and find out what I did to My children in the time of old.”
As a Christian, you’re free to do whatever you like these days. Even servants of God are scared to preach the truth because they don’t want to lose their members. The question is this: Did Jesus Christ beg anybody to give his or her life to Him? Did the Father say, “I’m begging people to come to Heaven”? It’s a decision of the soul! Until you’re convinced that the Father exist and that He sent His Son to die, so you can come to Heaven, this is the only way you can understand the essence of salvation. Apart from this, it’ll be a time-wasting venture going to church, rendering foolish service.
When Jesus told His Disciples that He’s the Bread of Life, what did they do? Did they accept it? They replied in the Book of John 6:60, “On hearing it, many of His disciples said, “This is a hard teaching. Who can accept it?”” As a result of this ‘hard teaching’, many of them deserted Him, and they stopped following Him. Then He turned to the Twelve and asked them, “You do not want to leave too, do you?” (John 6: 67). But Peter answered Him, “Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life. We have come to believe and to know that You are the Holy One of God.” (John 6: 68-69). Because the Father sent Him to save them, therefore, He hid the truth from them. No! He spoke the truth to everybody, and those who’re willing continued to follow Him, but those whose heart defeated them deserted Him.
When the Master fed the five thousand, did He rely on them as His source of strength? No! Instead, they were the ones looking for Him because of what they wanted. When they couldn’t get what they wanted, they stopped looking for Him. In fact, they were among those who shouted, ‘Crucify Him, crucify Him’. If anyone was looking for multitude, Jesus could have been the one because He had all the resources at His disposal. But instead, He followed the will of His Father wholeheartedly. And today, the world doesn’t stop talking about Him.
My beloved, let us hold the Word of the Father with all our heart. Let us continue to walk this path with patient, humility, perseverance, endurance, and faith. And in due course, the Father will reward us. May His peace abide with your soul. Amen!