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How do we encourage people to recognize the end of time without alarmism?

Posted: Sun Jun 14, 2015 08:40
by FrankTClark
How do we encourage people to recognize the nearness of the end of time without sounding like an alarmist? There is reason to be alarmed by what is happening in the world but it is not appropriate to sound like Chicken Little constantly saying, "The sky is falling!" I have seen many people who are constantly and breathlessly exclaiming about every tiny new or repeated development in the march to final events. Some go so far that they become like a "conspiracy theory radical". We do need to be aware of steps in the approaching final events but I believe we need to maintain a reasonable sanity.

It is true we can attract a large crowd with hellfire and brimstone style presentations but most of the people we attract are as off balance as we appear to most other people. The truth can be presented without resorting to inflaming passion and excitement beyond reason. I recognize that there are many different styles and God works through many different methods. I believe God has called me to present truth in a calm and reasonable manner.

There is an urgency and shocking things are coming. How do we awaken a reasonable sense of urgency that will lead to action?

Re: How do we encourage people to recognize the end of time without alarmism?

Posted: Mon Jan 04, 2016 15:12
by canary7too
I've but struggling with a lot of things even god perhaps in ways it drives me crazy to respond some time s ,so do we wait for super natural events to come before we wake from or slumber of a life we have,so many wait for a prophet to come ,so as john the baptist precede s him ,I believe it is getting close to Elijah the prophet returning soon.so while we wait why don't we start his work, it seems we must show faith first, so if Elijah comes to reach us why not give up the fight against him and join his mission,so if they are any pro bono lawyers who would like to join me continuing his work.contact me.

Re: How do we encourage people to recognize the end of time without alarmism?

Posted: Mon Jan 04, 2016 15:31
by FrankTClark
canary7too wrote:
> I've but struggling with a lot of things even god perhaps in ways it drives
> me crazy to respond some time s ,so do we wait for super natural events to
> come before we wake from or slumber of a life we have,so many wait for a
> prophet to come ,so as john the baptist precede s him ,I believe it is
> getting close to Elijah the prophet returning soon.so while we wait why
> don't we start his work, it seems we must show faith first, so if Elijah
> comes to reach us why not give up the fight against him and join his
> mission,so if they are any pro bono lawyers who would like to join me
> continuing his work.contact me.

We definitely should not wait for a supernatural event or some charismatic leader to wake us from our slumber. These things may startle some out of their slumber but those who are being called by whatever method God uses to get their attention should start doing something. Yes, we need to show faith but that faith needs some nurturing and growing by prayer and Bible study. This will lead to changes and growth in our lives. We start the work of the Elijah prophet by preparing ourselves and reaching out to others. I am curious why you would need pro bono lawyers to join you?

Re: How do we encourage people to recognize the end of time without alarmism?

Posted: Mon Jan 04, 2016 16:30
by canary7too
Why I need pro bono laywer,well first I'm poor, second a had my walk about in Israel, homeless for 3 days I slept on the ground, the most remembered was the night I hide behide a wall of the great synagogue of Jerusalem,if I had not taken the blankets from the air plane I think I would of froze,almost got man napped twice in Israel,the best people I meet were in tiberious,the first kindness I was shown in Israel,I had a place over looking the see of galiee,when I stood in Elijah's cave I marveled at the best view overlooking the ocean, what a preppers dream,survivalist what ever u may call them.Haifa had some good musliums I talked too,I was a little disappointed at Israel on how we hold them in such high regards ,but not so much the people as the land the makes them, a people that likes tradition to much,but one of the weirdest and hopeful things that happened to me was by the time I left I was kinda broken and crying to myself in the airport and I prayed to god if what I was doing was right and within a few minualreadystarted to rain,stopped ,and a rainbow appeared ,last long enough for me to take a picture of the rainbow, that was beautiful I thought the mark of the original covenant, some how I saw it as a sign,and and the laywer I need as a helper