“Jesus is Lord” is Not Always What it Seems

Over the period of 35 years of my ministry, I have come to realize the difficulty of expressing the truth of the Bible to those who confess Jesus as Lord.  It is like trying to explain something to a teenager who continually says, “I know that” then does what he or she wants to do anyway.  Is the confession of Jesus as Lord and Savior enough in today’s society. or has Satan put such a dark veil of darkness over the truth that confessing Jesus as Lord is only words and not heart?

The true Church is not divided.  The true Church is a world full of the light of anointed believers.

YaHavah is everywhere and everything, but the blindness of false doctrine causes denominational differences and darkness in the human spirit and that darkness cannot see YaHavah’s true light.  The spiritually blind can only see darkness.  Open your heart and know his great love, open your mind and know his great wisdom.

In YaHavah is Spirit; and his Spirit is the light of men, and the light of his Spirit shines in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not.  (John 1:4-5)

Don’t you think it’s time to turn the lights on?

The 5 books I offer for free on my website– http://www.fireofthelord.com –represents 35 years of study, research, and the heartache of rejection.  My policy is to teach the truth and the truth will expose the false (heal the blind and set them free).  Salvation is always a matter between each individual and Jesus.   Believer’s can say “I know” but do they really?  Will Jesus say, “I did not know you” at the Day of Judgment?

Your questions and comments are always welcome.

About Mary Lewis *

Retired senior citizen and Christian writer. My ministry in writing is to encourage all people to learn how to test the spirit of what they see, hear, and think to see if it is from YaHavah, our creator, before they act on it. There is always something to learn about YaHavah and Jesus and never risk becoming a know-it-all.
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