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GOD IS NOT PLAYING GAMES

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Our awesome God has loved us so much, that he has made it possible for anybody in the world to be able to rise above the failure of humanity with a very simple plan of salvation. God was not playing when he warned Adam that all things must done according to the will of God. He was not playing when he said that he would destroy Sodom and Gomorrah. God was not playing when he told Noah to build a boat on dry land because of the wicked hearts of humanity. God was not playing when he destroyed entire families as a result of wickedness. He was not playing when he inspired old testament writers to declare that a Savior would be provided opening blinded eyes and making a way when there was no way. God is not playing today as he instructs all of us to repent and be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ. God is not playing when makes a promise. If you will obey the instructions in Acts 2:38, you will learn how to worship the heavenly Father in spirit and in truth. God is not playing games, neither will you be playing games when you find true salvation that only comes from the God of truth.
Ren Rutledge

PRAY FOR GOOD LEADERSHIP

This is a matter of deep concern.  I am calling on the people of God everywhere to join me in prayer for all organizations proclaiming the truth of Jesus name and the Holy Ghost power.  Let us all pray that those who hold important positions in organizations will find the mind of God before rendering harsh treatment and strong judgement toward the workers in the field who are giving their lives for souls in the midst of strong persecution which seems to not only come from the world but sometimes creeps into our systems that we have loved and worked with for the cause of Christ through the years.  Brothers and sister, please allow God to direct those of you who hold positions in these systems, and let us not stand in the way of the called out chosen ones who are out there on the battle field doing exploits for God.  I have seen a lot of abuse and ungodly judgement coming from the powers of elected officials causing hurt and serious pain to dedicated praying people of faith who were giving it all to God.  Those who are holding positions in our systems should never be guilty of hurting others who are answering the call of God and giving an account to the only master they have.  Organization is not the master.  God has never delegated any of our positions in organizations to be another person in the Godhead.  There is only one God, one judge, and one who has the power to be supreme master of those he has called in to the work of the Lord.  The fellowship of the true people of God does not depend on a fellowship card that we subscribe to, but the light that is provided to us is coming directly from Jesus Christ, and when we walk in this light we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus (not the back room meetings of officials) cleanses us from anything that may look or seem wrong.  The job of those elected officials we have trusted to hold positions in our systems is to support and help, not to kill and destroy.  Brothers and sisters please check yourselves, and check those spirits that may be leading you while you perhaps have fallen into the trick of being too busy to pray with a sincere heart.  God has never called his leaders of organized systems to destroy his workers in the field, nor will he bless us if we bow down and worship the system.  We say that we are One God people, and I believe most of us really are one God Jesus name Holy Ghost people.  It seems that a few of our leaders have decided to believe that the organized effort is equal with God.   God has never been pleased with his people worshiping systems or things they have built regardless of how many times they may have shouted with victory.  God will never stand for this, and it should be stopped before God destroys these “most holy”  towers. Any ministry or system that becomes Lord over others is not of God..  Pray that God will fix this in the name of Jesus and change the hearts of those who may have become corrupt in their efforts to rule over the kingdom of God.  Ren Rutledge