The cross of our Lord
Sunday service


If only we can walk with God then we would have fulfilled the purpose for which he created us. There was a man in the Bible who walked with God, his name is Enoch. In Gen. 5:24, the Bible said Enoch walked with God and God took him.  He was the first person that was raptured.

Another rapture is coming. We should be looking up and not down. Jesus is our blessed hope. He is our lively hope. If only in this world we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable (1 Cor. 15:19). This is why we must be careful about the type of messages we listen to. A lot of pulpits are preparing people not for the rapture but for this earth that is about to wind down. We must be very careful.

Jesus said that it will be like in the time of Noah. People will be busy doing other things except getting ready. We must take heed so that we are not taken unawares. We need to be careful that we are still on the way. We need to be careful that we are using the right models. You need to be careful to know who is leading you.  If you are not being led by the Holy Spirit, you are probably heading in the wrong direction. Disconnect! For as many as are led by the Holy Spirit, they are the sons of God (Rom. 8:14). Everyone will end up in the home of his or her owner. So it is very important who owns you. Whose seal are you carrying? Show me the seal you are carrying and I will not only tell you who owns you but also where you will end.

There are only two resting places – heaven and hell.  The way of the cross is the way of God; “take me to the cross and I will find my way home”. Anyone who misses the cross is heading in the wrong direction. A cross-less Christianity is a worthless and bloodless Christianity. It is Christianity that is earth bound. We are not redeemed with perishable things according to 1 Pet. 1:18. We are redeemed with the sinless, perfect blood of Jesus Christ that was shed on the cross of Calvary. The greatest sacrifice ever offered. We need to always draw from that and take our bearing from the cross.

Every departure from the cross is departure from truth. Every departure from the cross is departure from light. Every departure from the cross is departure from life. You stray away from the cross, you stray away from eternal hope.


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