How to Grow into Greatness - Part 3 (9 of 10) by Ernest Easley
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Series: Church Life
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
I hope by now that through our current series of messages under the heading CHURCHLIFE, that you have discovered or rediscovered that there is a direct link between your Church-life and your Christian-life!
A healthy Church-life leads to a holy Christian-life!
That's why God intends His followers:
to get together,
to come together,
to be together,
to worship together,
to pray together,
to serve together,
to share together,
to stand together,
"and so much the more as you see the Day approaching." (Hebrews 10.25.) What Day? The Rapture of the church Day! The second coming of Jesus Day! THAT Day! As THAT day gets closer, the Devil and his demons will increase their havoc on mankind knowing that his time is short. He'll be like a rat trapped in a corner!
He will unleash all the chaos and confusion that he can, hoping to destroy and damn as many people as possible. The Bible describes those days in 1 Timothy 4.1-2 as days when "some will depart from the faith, giving heed to deceiving spirits and doctrines of demons, speaking lies in hypocrisy, having their own conscience seared with a hot iron."
I believe those hot irons are beginning to heat up! The signs of the times are indicating that one of three things are right around the corner:
*The Judgment of God.
*The Second Coming of Jesus.
*A Spiritual Awakening.
No matter which one comes first, we need to get ready and be ready!
We need to get ready and be ready for God's judgment to fall. You say, "How do I get ready for God's judgment to fall?" By coming to Jesus in salvation and then by helping bring others to Jesus. That is what "Each One, Reach One," is all about! It's about you coming to Jesus and then helping somebody else come to know Jesus.
We need to get ready and be ready for the second coming of Jesus wh ...
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