Sunday, October 7, 2012

Your Church is about to DIE UNLESS

IF God is a supernatural God, and He is, then if you never encounter him supernaturally you don't know him. I am serious. Many people grew up in the church, study the Bible, attend church every Sunday, pay their tithe, even teach Sunday school and yet to this day have not encountered the supernatural God in their lives. They have assent, and don't want to go to hell. Heard about it, want to escape. They aren't Christians... I'm not heaping condemnation, I am encouraging people to PURSUE with intention the supernatural. Experience matters. A man or woman with experience in God will trump false theology all day long.

I must speak a word to those who lead churches or fellowships, if you are not tugging on the supernatural presence of God in your services you are doing a disservice to your flock. Here's the real rub. UNLESS YOUR CHILDREN have a genuine encounter with the Holy, with the Supernatural God they will be lost. The one reason mo
st denominational churches are dying on the vine is they don't allow for or encourage the experiential supernatural experience. Kids go off to college and because they never experienced the supernatural they drift away and never darken the door of a church again. We are paving the way to eternal damnation by avoiding the supernatural. Those who avoid it believe it to be emotion. It's not. It's what is to be expected when heaven touches earth.

One last important thing, when the big economic crunch comes, and it will, and people are desperate for a word of Hope, needing a miracle, it's too late to catch up then. Your church will end up empty and penniless. If you aren't walking in that now your fellowship, your ministry will go broke when it comes.

Pursue GOD...He is a supernatural God and anything other then that is not an encounter with the true and living God. It's simply a hell avoiding intellectual assent.

2 comments:

Travis said...

Thats real good right there. I have had a lot of encounters with the spiritual realm. It's so true. A man with an experience is never at the mercy of a man with an argument.

Fallout said...

I feel that every Christian who grows in God must have lived these verses:

Rom 5:1 Therefore being justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ.
Rom 5:2 Through Him we also have access by faith into this grace in which we stand, and we rejoice on the hope of the glory of God.
Rom 5:3 And not only this, but we glory in afflictions also, knowing that afflictions work out patience,
Rom 5:4 and patience works out experience, and experience works out hope. (confidence)
Rom 5:5 And hope (that confidence) does not make us ashamed, because the love of God has been poured out in our hearts through the Holy Spirit given to us.