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Scripture reading: 1 Thessalonians 5:17

The necessity for urgent earnest prayer could never be greater.

In the course of human history there is always a time before great catastrophes when some movement in either one direction or another can make a difference to the majority or to a minority.  In this case and at this time I believe it is too late to save the majority, but God will save the minority, who will in turn save the world from consummation.

If you look at the nations of the world, you will see that there is a fear building up concerning their own capability to destroy and their own importance in controlling these forces.

We have the power to stop the destruction of our world and to preserve the lives of our children, and the Lord is now saying to us that it is time to begin to use this power, through prayer.

Let us pray that the body of Christ will discern the Ministries which God has set in the Church as against those who have been called but run off with their own message. Let us pray that we will cease to drink from springs of “bitter water”.

Let us pray for the ministry. Those who are called and sent of God are fighting an uphill battle on all fronts. They need the urgent and earnest prayers of the Body of Christ.

Let us pray in earnest for those in our midst who are not seeing correctly and are still being influenced by “Partridge” ministries who go about trying to divide and rule.

Let us pray for our brethren in other lands.

Let us lift our hands in prayer for the household of God everywhere, knowing that the time is short and the end is near. We should know that the time of the victory of the Body of Christ is at hand. The scriptures say we would be only given over to the beast, “UNTIL the ancient of days come.”  I encourage you brethren – the Ancient of Days is now coming within us – and the time of our servitude is almost over.

Glory to God!

(Excerpt from The Omega Message, June 1983)

Thought for today: Let us pray.

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