What place is this, and of what spirit are ye?

The Holy Spirit, I do answer earnestly.

If you have wandered here and are born again of the lord Jesus Christ, then perhaps I can convince you of the fruit of the tree that I wish to grow here. For we are all known by our fruits.

If ye are born again of the lord and have received his spirit then you know in your heart that that good fruit are clay vessels full of water in the vast desert of this generation. I have searched many places, I have spoken to many and truly the lord spoke well when he said the number lost this generation shall be as the sands of the sea.

Where can a man find bread for his soul in this wicked world? I have searched a vast seas and found hardly a glass of water among them.

If ye are born again of the lord and have received his spirit, perhaps you are like me and you searched his churches, for they are called houses of prayer.

These Churches I did search but in the pulpits I found fat round men, men of abundance preaching to hordes of sheep with ears that never stopped itching. I saw what they were willing to throw into the bowl to make that itching cease. For every thousand falsehoods there was one truth, and yea that one truth died short of conviction for they immediately swallowed the thousand falsehoods and it was lost in them.

I searched his churches for these are called houses of prayer and I did indeed find wolves in the pulpits. These wolves touted strange doctrine and did sacrifice with strange fire. Those that sat in the pulpit were strange and spoke strange words and their image did change from the image of my father to the image of a woman and I did fear for them greatly. I did not have fear of the women or the strange fire or the wolves in the pulpit but I feared for them because of my father whose image they have lost.

I searched his churches for these are called houses of prayer and I did indeed find lions in the pulpits and they did cast deep burdens unto the people sitting in the pews for they did bear the weight of the pulpits. There chains were chains of iron and clay and they did bear great burdens and did fear the lion greatly and he did feed them with his salt. The lion roared death and never life he roared thorns and never oil he roared of their curse and never their blessings he roared of His wrath but never of His grace, and indignation was the foundation of their belief because of there great fear, not of the Lord but of furnaces, of fire and things befitting the wicked and not those that befit sons of God. So the salt they did eat and there was no seasoning in the salt of the lion and they did thirst greatly.

If ye are born again of the lord and have received his spirit, then you may know of the churches I have seen. For truly the Amos Spoke well of the lord :

11 Behold, the days come, saith the Lord God, that I will send a famine in the land, not a famine of bread, nor a thirst for water, but of hearing the words of the Lord

12 And they shall wander from sea to sea, and from the north even to the east, they shall run to and fro to seek the word of the Lord, and shall not find it.

13 In that day shall the fair virgins and young men faint for thirst.

If you have wandered here and are born again of the lord Jesus Christ, then perhaps I may offer you a cup of water.

For it is a dry time, it is a time to drink where water can be found. It is darkening time. It is a time to gather lamp oil.

It is a time to abandon the doctrines of man, for there is one church and is not built of stone, save one stone that is the cornerstone. It is a time to abandon traditions for it is written they make the commandments of God none effect. It is a time to set aside foolish pride, and become a inward man for a inward man knows in his flesh dwells no good things. He knows in his flesh he dies daily. He knows the darkness that is in him and how it takes the appearance of light. Therefore it is a time to live in the spirit. It is a time to be born again. For:

Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.

Like Paul I beseech you therefore brethren by the mercies of God that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service.

 And be not conformed to this world:

but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.

 

Lastly therefore I beseech you brethren, as a servant who through his grace was made a son.

to drink.

 

A Laborer,

May any glory be given to him crucified, The Lord Jesus Christ, forever and ever.

 

Amen.