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Are We Living In Perilous Times? A Biblical Lesson On Presidential
Raised Pentecostal, one thing taught was to believe in signs.
The boldest of what was seen -- was shocking. In an urbanized, culturally integrated area. This person in their car was traveling without a second thought or fear of what could have been unknown territory.
"In 2 Timothy chapter, 3 Paul warns, “But know this, that in the last days perilous times will come."
What was seen? A car which was white. Either a 1996-1997 "bubble-like" Ford Taraus. Knowing the approximate years of vehicles upon sight is a trait learned over many years.
The driver, unknown, as travel was behind and not on the side of the vehicle.
"According to the Bible, self-love leads to self-deception Just as love of self-produced, self-justification, the love of money produces self-provision characterized by the thought, “I can do it because I can afford it.
Paul previously warned Timothy that “the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil, for which some have strayed from the faith in their greediness, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows. and self-delusion.
According to the world’s ways, when you love yourself supremely you gain self-justification. When you love money you gain self-provision. With these in hand, you have every right to love boasting and be proud of your accomplishments. This leads to self-promotion.'
"Thanksgiving flows from the lesser to the greater. These people hate recognizing anyone but themselves. To be “unthankful” to either God or man for their provision is to declare that everyone else in their life as lesser in stature and unworthy of respect. They seem to be only “set apart” unto their own pleasures.
To slander is to have no concern for the truth. To lack self-control shows an unwillingness to change. To be brutal is to show no limit of wrath. In the end, people who exhibit these characteristics love to cause conflict."
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