I saw myself and another sister walking side by side jesting normally…


A man was walking at the other side; suddenly the man turned and said; ‘hey, the rapture has just taken place 30 seconds ago’, and looking at the time it was 1.00.30s AM. The man proceeded by saying go in the left direction you will find other Christians there. They are taking the mark already. Go now I give you one minute.. I asked him what about you? He turned and said I am the antichrist who has lived in your midst for so long waiting for this day. I was confused but my spirit said run, my daughter, run. We ran and on covering some distance. I turned back; lo and behold the man we left has turned to the antichrist.
We kept running and saw many other people running as well. We got to a very large auditorium too large to be described and behold multitudes of Christians… Brethren it was a terrifying experience. People of high standing with God, Prominent men and women of God, loved ones and friends.
I couldn’t comprehend this so I screamed, all of us, God what happened? The Lord now took me in the spirit to five churches: In a predominant church of one tribe, I saw the pastors announcing that the rapture has just taken place and that people should start receiving the mark right there in the church that this will substitute the said beast mark and enable them to buy and sell. Brethren, what made me weep was that the innocent and ignorant members started receiving this mark not knowing it was actually the mark of the beast.
The Lord then said all these pastors are agents of the beast who has been ordained to mislead the people and who already has the beast mark before his manifestation, and I saw marks on the right arm of all these pastors. A brother who was fortunate to see who to call him to start running down to the place where all other Christians are was shot in the leg as he was about climbing the top of the Christian’s hide out.
Then the Lord took me again to another church where the pastors were just speaking of the good things of the scripture and didn’t talk about the second coming of Christ and warn the people of the wages of sin. The irony of it was that all these pastors and their members were left behind.
Then I saw another church where people did really emphasize the coming but all the people didn’t go as a result of the hidden sins which weren’t known to man and they had not counted as sin. I wept bitterly because this was a church where holiness was professed and held in high esteem.
I saw another church where people concentrated mainly on attacking demons and where the true word was also preached but the people also didn’t go due to malice and lack of spiritual concentration.
I saw yet another church where the people were actively involved in preaching the word and talking about the second coming, however these people did not go. The whole lot was full of hypocrites who disguise themselves in shepherd’s clothes.
I was then taken back to the place where the multitude were and then I saw that the people of the beast came and Christians started scrambling for safety. Brethren it was a terrifying experience. Women forgot their children, husbands their wives. We ran and got to another place of hiding but the surprising thing which should make all shiver was that the population was now so small that it was easy for every one to identify each other as family and friends started pairing up. The Lord then said others have received the mark. Brethren the people I saw made me weep uncontrollably. Prominent men of God all over the world, Christians and loved ones.
I now asked the LORD why all these one and God showed me different people and men of God saying: this man was perfect with me until two hours ago.
That other had a small portion of his heart released to the devil. That other brother was too occupied with the things of the world in terms of land and property acquisition that they took over his life.
That other one, I gave him a mandate to pay a certain portion of money to the church and he procrastinated it till now: sin of disobedience.
That other so much loves his cheque book than his life. You can even see that he has his cheque book with him I wonder what he can buy with the money now: hope you know they are no more his.
I wept because so many little things which we humans don’t count were counted by God.
I now spoke with a confused voice, help us Lord.
The Lord then said all these things which have been happening on earth have all been pointing to the end but despite all this, my people do not take heed. I am giving the last warning. Consecrate your hearts to me, my people.
The trumpet would have been blown one hour ago, but I pleaded with my father. However, I can plead no further. The trumpet is already in the mouths of the Angels ready to be blown.
Tell my people to read Matthew 16:3. And warn all the ministers who has gone in the ways of BAAL.
Copy and paste it, share it, call, email and text this link. PLEASE SAVE A SOUL TODAY. Have done my part, it’s now your turn to spread the Gospel. No wealth can be compared to life everlasting in Heaven.

posted by Olufemi Olaleye



10 Dangerous Church Paradigms

I’ve been in church all my life. Along the way I’ve seen and learned a lot. Almost all the insight I have into church has come by experience.
I have observed, for example, that paradigms can often shape a church’s culture. A paradigm in simple terms, is a mindset; a way of thinking. In this case, a collective mindset of the church, often programmed into the church’s culture.
If the church is unhealthy part of the reason could be because it has some wrong paradigms. In that case, it will almost always need a paradigm shift in order to be a healthier church again.
Recently, I’ve been thinking about some of the unhealthy paradigms that impact a church. Here’s my short list.
10 Dangerous Church Paradigms
1. This is more my church than yours
No one would ever say that, but a sense of ownership can set in the longer someone has been at a church. They have invested in the church personally and feel, often rightly so, a need to protect and care for it. The negative of this mindset, however, is when people don’t easily welcome new people. They own seats. You better not sit there, no matter how much the church needs to grow. They control programs, committees and traditions. Obviously, the church is not your church or my church. God has not released the deed.
2. We’ve never done it that way before
And, if this is the “go to” paradigm, you probably never will. People with this mindset resist all change. Even the most positive or needed change. Small change is big change to these people.
3. The pastor needs to do it
Whatever “it” is … the pastor, or some church staff, must be involved at some level. It keeps a church very small. (And, doesn’t seem Biblical to me.)
4. That’s for the big churchess
Don’t sell yourself short. Some of the greatest people in ministry came from small churches. Maybe your only role, for example, is to raise up the next generation of Kingdom-minded leaders. That could be a great purpose for a church.
5. That’s for the small churches
I’ve seen a few big churches with attitude. Bad attitudes. This mindset can keep a church from reaching the most hurting, because their only focus is on growing. A strong, narrowly defined and driven vision is powerful. It builds churches, but a church with this paradigm never welcomes any interruptions in their plans. Jesus is our best example of this. He kept the vision before Him, but was never afraid to stop for the interruption yelling in the streets.
6. My comfort level for change is ______
This paradigm says, “We will change until it impacts our individual personal desires.” Does it sound self-centered? It is.
7. My people would never support that…
Well, pastor, maybe if they weren’t “your people,” they’d be more willing to be “God’s people.” He has ways you can’t even imagine of leading His people to do His will.
8. I can’t
Not with that attitude, but one question is vitally important: Where is your faith?
9. This is the best we can do
Are you sure? Is that your opinion or God’s? Sounds like a dangerous paradigm to me.
10. We have plateaued as a church
Really? You may have quit growing, but plateaued? The word means leveled out. That indicates you’re stable. In my experience, you’re either going forward or going backwards. Standing still is usually not an option.
Those are just some of the dangerous church paradigms I’ve observed. You’ve seen far more, I’m sure.
Do you know of any other dangerous church paradigms?