Would it be great revival or destruction of the church?
As the years pass, we see more churches growing bigger and more people getting attracted to them, even among showbiz folks. A lot more people are sounding more spiritual on TV and online. Even on social media, more people are posting bible passages on their walls and more people are liking them, even typing "Amen!" to show their approval.
More people are also actively commenting on Christian or theology pages on Facebook.
More excitingly, a lot of new churches are popping up everywhere.
Does this mean more people are turning to Christ and the Gospel is really being preached to the ends of the earth?
Or is God doing something else somewhere---something totally different than the good and encouraging positive things we are seeing today?
Just because we enjoy God's presence in our ministries, eating and drinking with him and actually hearing him teach, does not necessarily mean we are with God in what he is doing today. Jesus warned that all that excitement might only end up with him saying, "Depart from me all you evil doers. I don't know who you are."
It is quite timely then to examine ourselves and see if we're really with God in the ministry He is doing today---or what others call the last move of God---or if we're just caught in the middle of what churchy men are trying to pass off as Christian ministry, but which is really nothing but dead religion.
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