A Famine in the Land

The more we read the Bible, the more we realize how true the Bible is in the prophetic sense. It is amazing how from the beginning, God knew what these last days would be like. Paul informed Timothy:

"But evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving, and being deceived." II Timothy 3:13

The word seducer means "deceiver or imposter." Deceivers and imposters are truly getting worse and worse. We live in an age when lying, cheating, stealing, rape, murder, and all other forms of abominations have become common place. Man has replaced God's Word with his own earthly wisdom. Man is bent on disproving God's Word. There are shows on the television that go to great lengths to discount, disprove, and explain away anything the carnal mind cannot understand. Man has been taught and trained to only accept the words of so-called scientists and specialists. Many depend on knowledge they have gained fom their favorite web site. How foolish man has become. By the Holy Spirit, the prophet Amos revealed our day:

"Behold, the days come, saith the Lord God, that I will send a famine in the land, not a famine of bread, nor a thirst for water, but of hearing the words of the Lord." *** Amos 8:11

We are truly living in the day of the famine of God's Word in this so-called Christian nation. This famine not only exists in public places, it exists in the home, school, and in the church itself. Many churches only speak the precepts and doctrines of men. They cannot teach anything outside their denominational guidelines. God's judgment hand is beginning to take hold of these apostate works. God has a little flock who are truly seeking His face. He informs them not to fear, because He has promised them the Kingdom, and it is His good pleasure to give it to them.

Other Related Books by George Kirkpatrick

Becoming the Word
The Flaming Sword


Vital Words to the Body of Christ Freely We Have Received, Freely We Give.

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