And these are confusing and dangerous times for the uncommitted Christian. Perhaps more dangerous for the total unbeliever who has little or no knowledge of the things that have been prophesied to come upon the Earth.

So how do we prepare for these times that are way past due?
It may be a surprise to many but we have been given every provision to meet the challenges ahead. Not only do we have foreknowledge freely and clearly provided but now we are able to have the fullness of the Holy Spirit, The Ruach HaKodesh, living in us to counsel and teach us about all that is about to happen.

The Holy Spirit is able to take the Torah written on our heart and mind and correctly interpret the Word to enable us to withstand and then overcome the diabolical obstacles that Ha satan puts in our path.
So how we approach the future depends on what we spend our lives doing and readying ourselves for, today, right now, at this very moment.

And what does the scripture say?
Psalm 1. Blessed is the man who stands not in the counsel of the wicked, or stand in the way of sinners, or sit in the seat of mockers.  But his delight is in the Torah of Yahweh and on His Torah he meditates day and night. 

Here in Psalm One we have the essence of our peparation plan. This is the Mind of Christ and the very mind that we all should be developing today in the here and now in this time we have graciously been given in which to prepare for the coming days.

A recurring theme always comes to my mind when I consider that these "tragic" days will arrive. And that is that all men will be found without excuse.

Heavenly Father, Abba. I ask you in Yeshua's Name to bless and to keep, to make Your face shine upon every reader and to give them perfect shalom. Amen


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