Next time a homeless person approaches you, don't do what your instincts tell you - to tell them to get away. Take a few minutes to do something profound.

Listen to them. Ask questions about them. Learn their name.
You'll enter a whole new world.

I think you'll be amazed to discover they're real people just like you. In fact, they could've had a life much like yours not too long ago.

Oh sure, they really want to ask you for money. And some of what they say is a lie mixed with truth. They'll probably know all about Jesus and are practiced at finding the right things to say.

Still I caution you to remember, "there but for the grace of God go I."

Give them the money. You're not called to be a judge or jury, but to help the poor. Just, wait until you've had a chance to sit and listen for a while.

And you'll probably also hear them say in closing that you're different. You're different because most people shun them and get angry with them, much less
take the time to talk with them.

They're lonely people and you have a chance to impact a life. Who knows but that scraggly, rough-looking man may be an angel in disguise.

God gave us His principles of righteousness in all of Scripture...not just the parts we like or that fit our legalistic creeds.


The world is a mess...because the church is a mess. While the world's sins get louder and more demanding, the church cowers behind closed doors.


Satan keeps deluding each generation into thinking the path to enjoyment can be found in sinful activities. Sadly, most people believe the lie.

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The Last Great Day, God’s final step in His plan for mankind.

Beginning at sunset on October 16, 2022 is the Last Great Day (John 7:37). It is the final step in God’s great plan for mankind. Also known as the 8th day (Leviticus 23:39) and the White Throne Judgment (Revelation 20:4, 11-15) this is the time of the 2nd Resurrection (Revelation 20:5 – first part) when the “rest of the dead” will be called from their graves. All of the people who never knew Jesus -- those from the pre-flood world, those who died through the centuries up until the beginning of the Millennial rule of Jesus the Christ and the Saints. This day takes place at the end of the Millennium, after Satan has been put away (cast into outer darkness) for good, after everyone who was born in the Millennium has accepted salvation and have been born into God’s Kingdom/Family when there are no flesh and blood beings left, just spirit beings of the Kingdom of God. It takes place just before the Father creates the new heaven and the new earth.

Think about it. All those who died. Those who died tragically. Those who died young. Those who died in wars. Those who died at sea. All of our loved ones whom we missed over the years. All of the babies who were aborted. They will all be resurrected as flesh and blood to be judged and given the chance to know Jesus Christ and accept salvation. A chance they never had in life since they were blinded during their lifetime (2 Corinthians 4:4; John 12:39-4.

This day is depicted in Ezekiel 37:1-14. Though there it speaks specifically about Israel, it is representative of all of mankind who will be in this 2nd Resurrection. It is the final step in God’s plan of salvation for mankind.

What a world they will be raised up into. All of us, the Saints will be there, and the children of Christ and the Bride (those who were born into the Family Kingdom during the Millennium); and Christ, Himself, will be there to greet them, to comfort them, to guide them, and to lead them with arms unfurled to the path to salvation and eternal life. We will be there along with Jesus to say to them: “Welcome. Welcome to My World”.

This song always reminds me of that Last Great Day yet to come. That prophetic day that completes God’s plan of salvation for mankind.


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