It never ceases to amaze me the confusion people have when they borrow from everything they hear. The amount of information in this world is endless. The doctrines and the philosophies are two numerous to be contained in ones mind. The different nuances of each is enough to make you thrown in the toil, that is why I love the simplicity of the gospel.
I know theologians abound and they intimidate some into thinking that the Scriptures are so deep, but Jesus said, you must come to him, like a little child. Is this not the sweetest thing? Jesus said, if you love me you will keep my commands and the commands are broken down into two. Love God and mankind who were created in his likeness.
The prayer of Atheist should not be suprising. We know that there are spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places as well as God the Father. Satan desires worship just like God. Both are part of the spiritual hosts that exist in the heavenly places. The experience Atheist have with prayer makes sense. Unfortunately, the only way to the Father is through his Son Jesus, so the spirit he/she is communicating with does not love him/her and will lead them to destruction.
P.S. Everyone prays. Even those who claim they have no religion. Don’t believe the lies of those who say they don’t. They may not pray, in what some consider, traditional prayer, with folded hands, but is that really the only way, believers in Jesus pray? Communication between the spiritual hosts happens to us all. The foundational difference is Jesus is the only door to access the one true God.
Link to the article that inspired this post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/25/atheist-prayer_n_3498365.html
The tide is coming in. The sea is bringing all the lost letters on the shore. The love stories, of old, are coming forth into the light. The structure is changing. Can you feel it? Let the sun hit your face and look up. Let the wind spray and the taste of salt, be refreshing. The alignment is taking place and God’s favorite race is being revealed.
He is gathering from the four corners and causing a global shift. Can you see it? Are you aware that all across the nations of the world this race gathers in unity, calling the same God? He has given this race his name and they fail not to call upon it, daily, for his power to move within their lives.
God has chosen them and set them apart revealing his Son Jesus within them. As this race of people pursue him, they begin to take upon themselves his likeness. The leader looks no different from the subordinate. Their instructions are the same. Love God and keep the faith as it have been given. Do not alter the instruction nor change its content as this changes its ability to set the captives free.
God’s favorite race has been revealed to the hearts of his children and the voice of a stranger they will not follow. He knows them. They know and love him. They are the obedient filling precious time with worship toward his Holy temple. They are holders of light and pursuers of righteousness.
You will know them by the fruit they bear. You will know them by the clothing they wear. You will know them by their delight. You will recognize them by the feeling you get when they leave the room. This race is extremely powerful and when stirred will leap over walls and trample over the so-called strong man. This race is called…
Then He spoke a parable to them that men always ought to pray and not lose heart Luke 18:1
As a believer in Jesus the unanswered prayer is the most discouraging aspect of prayer. Much of our prayer is to fulfill our own selfish lust, but for those prayers offered that have not been tainted with selfish lust we wonder why the delay. So our response is to cease praying about it. Now if God has given you the answer and you do not like it, know that he is superior and his wisdom exceeds that of your own and he knows best. If you are waiting on the Lord, have faith the answer is on the way. The unjust judge in the parable in Luke 18 granted the woman her request because of her continual coming and God has promised to do the same for us, in the midst of him being slow to move. The requirement is having faith in God continually and ceasing not in same prayer request and it shall come to pass.
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