Reasons Why God Hates a Proud Look



“There are only two safe places for a Christian—in the dust and in heaven. And of the two the dust is safer, for Satan fell from heaven,” said a wise man.

Pride was the first sin to destroy the calm of eternity. It was pride that cast Lucifer from heaven and it was pride that cost our first parents their place in Paradise. Pride is the first sin to enter a man’s heart and the last to leave. No sin is more offensive to God than the sin of pride. Pride has been referred to as the “complete anti-God state of mind.” It militates against God’s authority, God’s law, and God’s rule. This is why the Bible equates rebellion with witchcraft (1 Sam. 15:23). Pride assaults God’s throne and asserts its independence in an attempt to dislodge God as the Sovereign of the universe.

God and pride are like oil and water— they don’t mix! Pride is dogmatic in its antagonism to God and God is absolute in His opposition to pride. The Creator never has and never will compromise with pride.

Humility is the foundation of all virtue, but pride is the essence of all sin. The world system operates on the basis of pride for all that is in the world is lust and pride (1 John 2:16). Pride and lust are root sins from which all other sins spring. Pride is the mother of evil.

God detests pride. He even hates a proud look (Prov. 6:16-17). God’s loathing of pride is unalterable, for “Every one that is proud in heart is an abomination to the LORD” (Prov. 16:5). But why does God hate pride so fiercely?


Never forget that God did not make the Devil—Lucifer only became the devil when he arrogantly became infatuated with himself. Yes, Lucifer is a created being. God said, “Thou wast perfect in thy ways from the day that thou wast created, till iniquity was found in thee” (Ezek. 28:15). This beautiful, powerful, intelligent, and gifted cherub fell from his perfect estate when his heart was lifted up because of his own beauty and brightness (v. 17). No longer was he willing to be subservient to the Creator. Staggering pride was to blame for the tragedy in heaven.

“How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! … For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne … I will sit also upon the mount … I will ascend above the heights…I will be like the most High” (Isa. 14:12-14).

Self-will displaced God’s will, and the Devil emerged. It has been said, “Man is never more like the Devil than when he is full of self-will.” The Bible strictly forbids placing a novice in leadership, “lest being lifted up with pride he fall into the condemnation of the devil” (1 Tim. 3:6). It was pride that caused Lucifer’s fall and subsequent condemnation. The snare of pride is a deadly peril to which new converts should never be willfully subjected. Nothing does more to set a person out of the devil’s reach than humility.


Once Solomon had completed the Temple, the Lord instructed Israel on the proper way to approach Him in times of judgment. If the heavens withheld rain on account of their sins, or disobedience caused God to send pestilence among His people, then they were to pray toward the Lord’s house. But even before they prayed, turned from their wicked ways, or sought the face of God they needed to first humble themselves (2 Chron. 7:14). God required the people who were called by His name to humble themselves before they prayed or repented. So why does humility precede prayer? Why does humility come before turning from wicked ways?

The reason humility precedes prayer is because there can be no real prayer without humility. Proverbs speaks of the man who brazenly turns his ear from the law, “Even his prayer shall be abomination” (28:9). Prayerlessness is the very first sign of pride. It has been said, “God’s power will never fall until we do.” Proud people don’t pray. In fact, the only people who pray are those who need God, know they need God, and can’t go on without God. Humility is the altar on which God wishes us to offer Him sacrifices.


Why are there so many splintered relationships, so many broken marriages, and church splits? The Scripture gives us the short answer, “Only by pride cometh contention” (Prov. 13:10). Just as surely as pride erects a barrier between us and God, it also builds a wall between us and others. Whereas love seeks to build a bridge, pride seeks to erect a wall.

Pride can keep you from apologizing when you’ve been wrong. Pride can cause you to defend yourself. Pride can cause you to look down on others. If you allow it, pride can rob you of the most treasured relationships in life. “He that is of a proud heart stirreth up strife” (Prov. 28:25).

Humbling ourselves is the only way to get the roof off toward God and the walls down toward our fellow man. Once offences have been committed, whether intentional or unintentional, they must be dealt with. “I was wrong. I am sorry. Will you forgive me?” are healing words that only a humble soul would use. Whenever you find a man willing to humble himself before God and man, you have found a man who will be exalted, because “humility comes before honor.”


“Thou shalt hide them … from the pride of man: thou shalt keep them … from the strife of tongues” (Ps. 31:20). Evil speaking, slander, and gossip are the direct result of pride. This comes as no surprise since the word “devil” comes from the word diabalos which means slanderer. One of the Puritans said, “He that receives a slander carries the devil in his ear and he that commits a slander carries the devil in his tongue.” Where Satan doesn’t go personally, he sends a critic.

Once a Sunday School teacher gave a lesson on the parable of the Pharisee and the publican. The Pharisee stood and prayed with himself thanking God he was not like other men: “adulterers, extortioners, and publicans.” The teacher really blasted the Pharisee because of his proud, condemning attitude. He was glorying in the fact that he was better than common sinners—“not as other men.” As the class ended the teacher said, “Students, let’s bow our heads now and thank the Lord we’re not like that Pharisee!”

Before a man can look down on another he must first assume he is better than the person he is speaking against. A proud man is suspicious of everyone else. A humble man is more suspicious of his own heart than anyone else. The proud heart will detect defects in others before himself. A humble soul sees the evil in his own heart before he sees evil in others.

Wesley said, “Gossip is anything you would say about someone that you wouldn’t say if they were standing in front of you.” The only reason for character assassination, or making an unfavorable comparison, is to exalt one’s own self. Before speaking against a fellow human being one must first establish himself as a judge. This maligning of character can only be explained in terms of pride. The connection between pride and slander is clearly seen in Psalm 101, “Whoso privily slandereth his neighbour, him will I cut off: him that hath an high look and a proud heart will not I suffer” (v. 5).


A young man responded at the invitation and told his pastor that he had come to rededicate his life to the Lord. The pastor replied, “Wonderful! Just kneel there at the pew and confess your sins to God.” To which the man replied, “Pastor, I can’t think of any sins to confess.” The pastor then said, “Son, just guess at it.” And you know what? The young man got it right on the first try! Pride is not just thinking we are better than others, it is thinking we are better than we are.

Pride is the disposition to exalt self, get above others, and conceal defects. Ever since the Fall man has had the tendency to confess someone else’s sins instead of his own. This is hardly surprising since the heart of man is “deceitful above all things” (Jer. 17:9). And the reason man’s heart is so deceitful is because of inborn haughtiness. “Thy terribleness hath deceived thee, and the pride of thine heart” (Jer. 49:16). Contrary to popular thinking, we are not good people who happen to do bad things—we are sinners through and through. And it is the deceptive nature of pride which brings such reluctance to admit our sins.


Samson killed a lion with his bare hands and didn’t even tell his parents. Spurgeon commented if a modern Christian so much as killed a mouse he would publish it in the gospel gazette! Man may be reluctant to acknowledge his wrongs, but most are quick to publicize their accomplishments. “Most men will proclaim every one his own goodness” (Prov. 20:6).

The Bible warns us about thinking more highly of ourselves than we ought. No man has a right to an inflated view of himself. Under the influence of pride a man takes on the air of a master. He is more likely to instruct others than inquire for himself. A humble Christian wants help from everybody, but the spiritually proud thinks everybody wants his help.

The proud man believes he has accomplished what God and others have accomplished in him. He seeks credit for things which he cannot rightly take credit. Talent, intellect, abilities, health, and life itself are gifts from God.

The Bible says it is of God’s mercy that we are not consumed. It is of God’s love that we have been drawn to Him. It is because of His everlasting arms being under us that we are kept. It is by His faith that we are saved. It is by His blood that we are cleansed. It is by His righteousness that we are clothed. It is by His power that we are kept. It is by His grace that we are sustained. It is by His intercession that we are delivered. It is by His goodness that we are led to repentance. It is by His indwelling Spirit that we are filled. All that God has for His people is from the Father, all is through the Son, and all is by the Holy Spirit. Of what can we boast?

Once Spurgeon had preached a powerful sermon. As soon as he had finished his message the devil whispered to him, “That was a fine sermon. You preached magnificently!” For a moment he agreed with the devil. Leaving the pulpit, a deacon met him and said, “Pastor, that was a masterpiece.” Spurgeon interrupted and said, “You’re too late. The devil told me that a few moments ago.”


Culture is the externalization of religion. So when a culture calls good evil and evil good it indicates corrupt religion[s] dominate[s] that society. Never doubt that all men worship something; if not the true God, then they will worship something else, or themselves. The President proclaimed June as Gay Pride Month. Biblically, it should have been dubbed Gay Shame Month. Our society glories in things of which it should be ashamed.

Three factors contributed to the sin of Sodom and Gomorrah. “This was the iniquity of thy sister Sodom, pride, fulness of bread, and abundance of idleness” (Eze. 16:49). Note carefully that pride was the foundation from which homosexuality sprang. “When pride cometh, then cometh shame” (Prov. 11:2).

After his journey through the valley of humiliation Nebuchadnezzar realized, “Those that walk in pride he is able to abase” (Dan. 4:37). He surely learned the proverb, “A man’s pride shall bring him low” (Prov. 29:23).


Those who built the Titanic pronounced the great ship unsinkable. With boldness and confidence they boasted of the great safety this vessel afforded. But on its maiden voyage the unsinkable ship sank. The Titanic mentality of invincibility sets the stage for collapse. “Before destruction the heart of man is haughty” (Prov. 18:12).

Repeatedly, the scripture warns of pride precipitating a fall. “Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall” (Prov. 16:18). “The lofty looks of man shall be humbled, and the haughtiness of men shall be bowed down, and the LORD alone shall be exalted” (Isa. 2:11). Uzziah was greatly blessed and marvelously helped, “till he was strong. But when he was strong, his heart was lifted up to his destruction” (2 Chron. 26:15-16). He transgressed by entering the temple to offer incense on the altar. When confronted by the priests, Uzziah became furious. While he was holding the censer in his hand God smote him and leprosy rose up in his forehead. He lost the throne and was a leper the rest of his life.

God not only dwells in the high and holy place. He also dwells with him “that is of a contrite and humble spirit” (Isa. 57:15). The man who sits nearest the dust sits nearest heaven. It is the valley of humiliation that leads to the mount of transfiguration. He that is low need fear no fall. No wonder Andrew Murray said, “Welcome everything that helps you on toward humility.”


Listing the sins of pride could go on and on. Its pervasiveness cannot be overstated. Haughtiness, arrogance, conceit, inordinate self-esteem, and vainglory are as common as the air we breathe. Pride is a sin to be hated, a sin to be confessed, a sin to mourn over, a sin to flee, and a sin to fight against. William Law commented, “Pride must die, or nothing of heaven can live in you.” God resists the proud, but He gives grace to the humble.

Humility is the royal insignia that marks God’s true people even though it is the saint’s hardest conflict. The first step toward becoming humble is realizing we are proud. Then we must take the witness stand against ourselves and plead “guilty as charged.” Continually, we must bring pride to the foot of the cross to be washed away by the blood of Jesus. Surveying the wondrous cross surely makes it easier to pour contempt on all our pride. Even though pride is hateful to God, the powerful blood of Jesus can cleanse it away.

If pride is the evil of evils, then humility is the virtue of virtues. Like the pearl of great price, it is worth selling all to obtain. Humility is our responsibility. Humility is a choice, and so is pride. How do you plead?

Article by Harold Vaughan

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Don’t Be Afraid to Die


You have no idea how long you are going to be on this planet. You might think you can make a reasonable estimate based on your current health status and your age. But the reality is that God could kill you at any moment. Now if you don’t know Jesus as your Lord and Savior, then this should scare the daylights out of you. For those who are not in a right relationship with God, death is the beginning of an eternity in Hell. It doesn’t get any scarier than that.

But if you are a Christian, then death becomes something else entirely. Instead of being some frightening journey into a black abyss, death is simply God reaching out, taking hold of a soul that He loves, and pulling that soul into a tender embrace. Death is merely the moment when God scoops your little soul out of this dimension and brings you to a far better one. He hand carries you—He doesn’t just stand back at a distance and reel you in like some sort of fish. Imagine how you might carry a book through the rain—you’d hold it close against you and curve your body so that it will be sheltered from any of the drops. This is how you want to imagine God carrying your soul from this dimension to the next. He is going to keep you pressed against Him the whole way and there won’t be anything or anyone that can harm you. As a Christian, you have the magnificent Holy Spirit dwelling within you. He is extremely protective over your soul. No one touches you without God’s permission, and the passage from earth to Heaven is a passage that He controls.

God is the only One who can separate soul from body, and no one will end your life on this earth prematurely. He will take you at just the right time—one moment you’ll be here, and the next moment you’ll be seeing Him face to face. For a Christian, death is the best thing that can ever happen to us on this earth. Death is the moment that we finally get to escape this frustrating blindness and at last see our Lord and Savior. What’s better: to be walking around on this planet or to be resting in the arms of Jesus? Death is not something we need to fear, for death is the realization of everything we have spent our lives hoping for and trusting in. Death is when your faith will become fact, when your submission to God will be greatly rewarded. Death is the greatest blessing God could ever give you on this earth, for death is when He says, “Today is the day I want you to feel My arms around you. This is the moment I want you to see My face.”

God created Heaven to be a reward for those who submit to Him on earth. He is really looking forward to blessing you with the experience of Heaven, and the moment will come in your life when He just isn’t willing to wait any longer. The moment will come when He suddenly comes upon you and whispers to your soul that it is time to come Home. You will hear His Voice and all fear will fall away. There are countless stories of God bringing dying Christians glimpses of beautiful places and familiar faces coming to greet them. God knows how to make your transition to the next dimension a positive thing. You can trust Him to ease your journey.

No Christian ever dies alone. God is holding you now, and He will be holding you in your final moments on earth. When you think of dying, visualize yourself resting in the arms of God. Imagine Him gently kissing you with a broad smile on His face and His eyes lit up with joyful anticipation. He knows how much you are going to enjoy Heaven. Your physical mind can’t begin to fathom all of the wonderful things He has in store for you. But best of all will be the moment that you see the faces of the Ones who created you and realize how very personal Their love for you is. As a Christian, death is not something you need to fear. Death is going to be a truly wonderful surprise.

Article Originally posted by Anna Diehl

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I Want to See the Hand of God Moving in My Life


Several Scriptures describe the hand of God moving and guiding people (1 Samuel 5:11; 2 Chronicles 30:12; Job 19:21; 27:11; Ecclesiastes 2:24; 9:1). These passages do not mean that God literally has a hand. The Bible declares that God is spirit (John 4:24), that He does not, in His essence, have a physical form. However, this does not mean that God is incapable of taking on a physical form; numerous times in Scripture God does take a physical form. The hand of God is not speaking of a literal body part. Rather, just as a father lovingly guides and patiently disciplines a child with his hand, so are we guided by the hand of God.

The moving of the hand of God seems to be one area in which the saying “hindsight is 20/20” is particularly true. Often when we are going through a difficult or confusing time, we are unaware of how God is guiding us. Years later it becomes very clear why God brought us through that experience the way He did. Looking back, the hand of God can be clearly seen moving, guiding, protecting, etc. A time of trial is rarely enjoyable. At the same time, there are many instances where a trial or struggle is looked upon as the most meaningful spiritual time in a person’s life. This is why James exhorts us to “consider it pure joy” (James 1:2) when we encounter various trials, because they are immensely valuable to our spiritual lives.

How can we better recognize the hand of God moving in our lives? First, we must familiarize ourselves with God’s Word (2 Timothy 3:16-17), which tells us about who God is and what He does. Similar to how an instruction manual helps us to understand a particular device, so reading God’s Word helps us to understand how God works and how we should respond to Him. Second, we must communicate with God through prayer. We can ask God for wisdom (James 1:5). We can ask God to help us recognize, and submit to, His hand. We can thank Him for how His hand has guided us. We can ask Him to help us learn His lesson, in His time, for whatever time His hand is bringing us through.

Third, we must trust God. Just as a son often rebels against the guidance of his father—not trusting his judgment or not accepting his discipline—so do we often fight against the hand of God: “Why did You allow this? Why must I do that? Is there not another way?” While it is not wrong to ask these questions in a spirit of humility, it is wrong to doubt God’s goodness or the quality of His plan. Many times in our lives, we make an ordeal worse by not trusting and obeying God and by not quickly learning the intended lesson.

The hand of God is a symbol of God’s guidance, instruction, and discipline. The more we recognize the hand of God, the better we will be able to follow His lead. Through the study of God’s Word, a strong prayer life, and an abiding trust in God, we can learn to recognize, trust, and enjoy the hand of God moving in our lives.

Article by S. Michael Houdmann

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How Can I Recognize the Voice of God?


This question has been asked by countless people throughout the ages. Samuel heard the voice of God, but did not recognize it until he was instructed by Eli (1 Samuel 3:1–10). Gideon had a physical revelation from God, and he still doubted what he had heard to the point of asking for a sign, not once, but three times (Judges 6:17–22,36–40). When we are listening for God’s voice, how can we know that He is the one speaking? First of all, we have something that Gideon and Samuel did not. We have the complete Bible, the inspired Word of God, to read, study, and meditate on. “All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work” (2 Timothy 3:16–17). When we have a question about a certain topic or decision in our lives, we should see what the Bible has to say about it. God will never lead us contrary to what He has taught in His Word (Titus 1:2).

To hear God’s voice we must belong to God. Jesus said, “My sheep listen to my voice; I know them, and they follow me” (John 10:27). Those who hear God’s voice are those who belong to Him—those who have been saved by His grace through faith in the Lord Jesus. These are the sheep who hear and recognize His voice, because they know Him as their Shepherd. If we are to recognize God’s voice, we must belong to Him.

We hear His voice when we spend time in Bible study and quiet contemplation of His Word. The more time we spend intimately with God and His Word, the easier it is to recognize His voice and His leading in our lives. Employees at a bank are trained to recognize counterfeits by studying genuine money so closely that it is easy to spot a fake. We should be so familiar with God’s Word that when someone speaks error to us, it is clear that it is not of God.

While God could speak audibly to people today, He speaks primarily through His written Word. Sometimes God’s leading can come through the Holy Spirit, through our consciences, through circumstances, and through the exhortations of other people. By comparing what we hear to the truth of Scripture, we can learn to recognize God’s voice.

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The Antichrist


Are we in the last days, What about Christ The Messiah the Judge of the world, What about the Beast and The False Prophet. These questions and many others are hitting our mind tremendously especially nowadays much more than any other time.

The Holy Bible is the only book that reveals to us past revelations such as the creation of heavens and earth and everything in them, and what happened from the creation of Adam to the present time.

The Bible is also the only book that reveals present revelations about what we are able to understand., live and accomplish in our life on earth, and about the plan and the meaning of our being in this life. It is also the only book that reveals future revelations about the destiny of the world and the creation through numerous prophecies some of them have been fulfilled throughout the history and others are yet to be fulfilled.

Through this tract we are going to discuss some of the incidents prophesied In the Bible, some of them are happening even now and others will happen in the near future.

Where are we from the last days?

The Bible says: “But the day of the Lord (The judgment day) will come like a thief The heavens will disappear with a roar, the elements will he destroyed by fire, and the earth and everything in it will be laid bare” (II Peter 3: 10 12). The real current events in the world are proving that, and we have to discern the tunes and dates in which we are living although it is not for us to know the times and dates the Father has set by his own authority.

The Mark of the Beast: (Revelatlon 13:16-18, 14:9-10)

The Holy Bible reports that The Lord Jesus Christ will come a second time to reward the believers but shortly before his second coming, will appear a person that would master and rule the whole world and his coming will be in accordance with the work of Satan. He is called “The Beast”, according to the scriptures, and he will force the whole world to receive “The Beast Mark” on the right hand or on the forehead.

Notice that people today more than any other time adult and youngsters are piercing their noses, their eyelids, their tongues, their eyebrows, their navels, and other parts of their body. Truthfully we are living in an era where Human bodies are pieced and stamped with “Tattoos” which is as if the whole world is being prepared to receive the forced mark of the Beast during the time of “The big tribulation” when every person will be forced to receive on the right hand or on the forehead the number of the Beast’s name which is 666. So that no one could buy or sell or do anything without The Mark. Also notice that the devil’s worshippers all around the world, and they are numerous in these days, are been using this number as a Tattoo or as a slogan on their clothing, to fulfill what God had prophesied 2000 years ago through His Holy Words.

The Scriptures talks also about a united government that would be ordained in the last days, ruled by a dictator called by several names such as The Beast, Die Man of sin, The Antichrist, The False Messiah, The One who opposes.

Here are some answered questions …

What does the number of the BEAST 6 means

The alphabetic letters of both two languages Greek and Hebrew (the two original languages with which the Bible is written) every letter in them has a number value, but this number value differs from letter to another, which is not the case for the English language.

The ERA of the Computer

The scientific advancement such as in the area of the computer and all these fast wireless communications are now proving the possibility of controlling the whole world through things like credit cards, debts, the economy in general and the finance of the world like during the time of Joseph when he helped Pharaoh to be in charge and to rule over everything even people reached a point where they had to sell themselves and their own land order to buy the wheat and live.

Why would God allow the Antichrist to be revealed?

Such an awesome questions is been answered already in the Bible. God’s law is to send the work of truth to the whole world through divers manners and various ways, at many times through the prophets and in these last days through the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ for the redemption of the whole creation.

But because the creation neither believed nor accepted the love of the truth God will send them a powerful delusion so that they will believe the lie and will be condemned. The Bible says regarding that matter:

“The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of men who suppress the truth by their wickedness, since “at may be known about God is plain to them because God has made it plain to them … For although they knew God they neither glorified him as God nor gave thanks to him but their thinking became futile and their foolish beam darkened Although they claimed to he wise, they became fools … They exchanged the truth of God for a lie and worshipped and served created things rather than the creator. Furthermore, since they did not think it worthwhile to retain the knowledge of God, he gave them ever to a depraved mind … ” (Romans 1:18-28)

The deposit of the eternal Torment

Jesus Christ is offering you now his love and mercy as a deposit to his love in order to take you with him to his glory in heavens. He doesn’t want you to be eternally tormented, but because he is also just, he consequently cannot deal with the human wickedness. That’s why he is giving to the whole wicked world the deposit of the eternal torment (Judgment) as an example to the eternal torment given after death in the judgment day.

St PierreIn the year 1902, darkness covered the whole Island of St. Pierre near the USA as God caused fire and burning sulfur to rain over it, 30,000 souls were pronounced dead in a matter of half an hour, just as a deposit to the real judgment. Those burned souls will face the real judgment which is fire that is not quenched and worm that does not die there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.

Also in the sum year 1902, the city of Monte Pellier was literally turned upside down by an earthquake, 400 thousands souls were buried alive. In the year 1908, the whole beautiful city of Marseilles completely collapsed under a tremendous earthquake that caused 48 thousand people to be buried alive, this disastrous incidents came as an answer to the citizens of that city who in there challenge to God wrote in their paper asking:” If you exist answer with an earthquake”, and it happened in a matter of three hours as God did answer their pledge by that earthquake, causing 84 thousand souls to die.

If this is only a deposit of the judgment … we wonder how the real judgment would be?

Unless you repent, You too will all perish

Now some people told the Lord Jesus Christ about the Galileans whose blood Pilate had mixed with their sacrifices, and about the eighteen people who died when the tower in Siloam fell on them, but the Lord Jesus told them:

“Do you think they were more guilty than all the others living in Jerusalem? I tell you, no! Bid unless you repent, you too will all perish” (Luke 13: 1 5)

The Holy Bible sap: “In the Lao days scoffers will come, scoffing and following their own evil desires. They will say, “is this “coming” he promised? Ever since our fathers died, everything goes on as it has since the beginning of” (2 Peters 3: 3,4)

The whole world is dreaming in search of peace and security under the shadow of advancement and prosperity, people of the world are actually mocking and scoffing God and his works, simply because their peace depends on their intelligence and their capabilities, and while they’re saying peace and safety, destruction will come on them suddenly, as labor pains on a pregnant woman, and they will not escape. That’s what God has revealed: “There is no peace “says my wicked.” (Isaiah 57) That would be fie condition whole world, at fie second coming of” I Lord Jesus Christ: (12 Thessalonians 1:7,8)

Now, You need to know these facts:

You are a sinner like all the other people because you have inherited the sin of our father Adam and also because you’ve sinned a lot (Rom. 3:11 12; Isaiah 53:6).

Since you are a sinner you are going to perish as the judgment and the wages of sin according to God’s word is eternal death and suffering in a fire that is not quenched and worm that does not die. (Romans 6:23; Rev. 21:8)

Since you are going to perish you need a savior and because God is fully and absolutely just, you need somebody to pay the price of your iniquities (to sponsor you) and only Jesus did that by his death on the cross.

And now the m after is extremely easy just do your part nothing could be accomplished unless you start the first step. You have to start by a wholeheartedly decision to believe that Jesus died and rose from the dead in the third day as it is written in the scriptures. And that He is the living Christ who did bear your iniquities, your diseases and curses on the cross as an offering sacrifice instead of you, and he rose to give you a victorious life.

Come to him … call on him and ask him to start with him a new relationship and tell him from all your heart and with a well heard voice those words:

Our Heavenly Father I come to you with all my sins I confess I am a sinner I have done what is evil in your sight and you did put up with my wickedness I come back to you and repent with all my heart.

Lord Jesus I come to you my redeemer who died for me on the cross have control of my life Lord and accept me as your son.

Holy Spirit Fill me now Oh Spirit of strength and love so that I may hate the world and love the Heavenly Father.

My God I love you and follow you change me oh Lord for I have put my trust in you In Jesus name and in the full intercession I trust that you did heard and did answer my prayers Amen.

By Rev. Nabil Asaad

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The Unholy Trinity Is The Beast, His Image, And His Mark


In order to get a full understanding about the content of this article, please read Revelation Chapter Thirteen

The Holy Trinity: The Father, The Son, And The Holy Spirit.

The Bible tells us about God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.

But emphasizes that there is only one God.

The reality of the Holy Trinity is that God is a spirit with unlimited power and ability and has chosen to represent Himself to us as a three part being who is really one.

The Dragon, The Beast, And The False Prophet.

Most prophecy books and articles claim that the unholy trinity of revelation thirteen is the dragon, the beast and the false prophet.

Or the devil, the antichrist, and the false prophet.

But I’m here suggesting and proving that the real unholy trinity of revelation thirteen is in fact the beast, his image, and his mark.

But this scenario is extremely more sinister and slightly more unbelievable than the other one.

So I ask the readers to keep an open mind and search the scriptures and pray themselves for validation and clarification to understand that what I’m about to reveal in this article is absolutely true.

First of all, we know that God’s Holy Trinity consists of the Father, the Son and Holy Spirit.

We know that the Father God has absolute power and authority and is all knowing or omnipotent.

And we know The Father sent His Son Jesus in His image to do His will.

Then we learned from Jesus that God sent us a helper, the Holy Spirit, who lives and dwells inside of us; who also teaches and guides us.

But before Jesus and the Holy Spirit arrived, prophecy foretold that John the Baptist was the prophet who made way for Jesus and fulfilled the early prophecies.

So then the false prophet in revelation thirteen is not part of the unholy trinity or the devils fake attempt to emulate and mock God for three reasons.

One is while the false prophet can do signs and wonders to trick people into worshiping the image of the beast, he cannot do what the Holy Spirit does.

He can not dwell inside of everyone in the world and collect information about them, but the mark of the beast is some kind of computer chip they’ll put inside of people, which will have the ability to read and control a person’s mind in addition to locate and identify everything about them including race, beliefs, social status, and finances.

Making it a perfect counterfeit of the Holy Spirit.

So the mark of the beast is the phony holy spirit, not the false prophet who is a counterfeit of John the Baptist, the real prophet.

Secondly, the dragon can’t substitute the Father as the devil in the unholy trinity because he is limited in power and knowledge in comparison to God and most people wouldn’t worship him knowing him as he is and what he’s done.

And third, while the term antichrist would make you think the antichrist is the opposite of Christ; therefore, he’s the counterfeit son.

The image of the beast better represents son-ship because his image is part of him just like the son Jesus is part of the Father God.

And also his mark is part of him just like the Holy Spirit is part of the Father and Son.

So the antichrist is the fake God that people will worship and by doing so they also worship the devil.

This also makes it so the false prophet comes before the Son just like John the Baptist, the true prophet, came before Jesus as the one crying in the wilderness.

Making the proper order the Father, the Prophet, the Son, then the Holy Spirit.

And the devils counterfeits; beast one, beast two, beast one image, beast one mark.

Now doesn’t that make more sense?

Now here’s where it gets scary.

The Beast, The Image, And The Mark.

The Beast

The antichrist world ruler and the combined supremacist political and blasphemous religious systems.

Revelation thirteen suggests that he probably is a CYBORG: or part man and part machine.

This would give him the ability to access all the information collected by the image of the beast that comes from the mark of the beast.

And therefore making him all knowing like God.

He is the devils counterfeit replacement of the all knowing, ever present, and all seeing omnipotent God the Father.

With the power of technology, his image and his mark, he’ll have the ability to spy on and control everyone on planet earth.

The Image Of The Beast

Highly advanced ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE and computer technology or a self thinking super computer brain programmed to carry out the will of his father the antichrist.

A counterfeit of Jesus which can process the information it receives from the mark and make decisions similar to a human but with far greater efficiency and without distractions.

Just look at the computer technology in your home, isn’t it cool?

But I promise you the stuff they’re using is light years ahead of that.

And for your information, the big three corporations are all funding artificial intelligence based projects: Microsoft, Google, and Apple.

And I’m sure there are plenty more lesser known companies as well.

Do some research and you’ll see that artificial intelligence is closer to reality than you may think.

The Mark Of The Beast

Highly advanced personal identification, location tracking, MIND READING AND MIND CONTROLLING, computer micro-chip technology is the devils counterfeit replacement of the Holy Spirit of God, who dwells inside of us and knows everything about us including our innermost thoughts, fears, and desires of the past, present, and future.

OK, I know this part sounds far-fetched, but do a little research and you’ll find that they’ve already proven that a computer can capture the thoughts of a human and display it on the screen like a phone conversation.

And they’ve already proven that a person can control a computer by thoughts alone and vice versa.

Not to mention all the subliminal advertising they’ve done on TV that works.

They’ll easily send signals to control a person’s mind.

The mark is probably meant to block the Holy Spirit from operating inside of people.

And that’s most likely one of the main reasons God is so strict about not taking the mark of the beast.

Some people believe they already have a system in place to record, display, and process phone calls, text messages, and emails.

Do you really think they would tell you if they did?

Look at the GPS tracking capabilities of your phone.

Some of these phones can track your location even when they’re turned off.

Look at the emergence of crypto-currency or cyber currency, it’s not ready for prime time yet, but it certainly has a good testing ground until it is.

Other technological advances that are improving that can make a difference include satellites, the internet, and device battery life.

The ability to do these things is already here.

All they have to do is simply improve and combine the technologies.

The False Prophet

The religious leader or spiritual occult leader, who convinces people to worship the antichrist’s three part beast system by performing miracles and propagating lies.

In conclusion, the devil must set up the antichrist with future technology as a three part being in order to duplicate the capabilities of God the Father, God The Son, and God the Holy Spirit, because he doesn’t have the ability to do what God can do: namely, he’s not all powerful and knowing, he can’t come back as a man like Jesus did, and he doesn’t have a spirit that dwells inside of people like the Holy Spirit.

Once again, in order to get a full understanding about the content of this article, please read Revelation Chapter Thirteen.

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The Key to Letting Go of Your Past


Jesus said to him, “No one who puts his hand to the plow and looks back is fit for the kingdom of God.” –Luke 9:62 ESV

For someone trying to let go of their past, this is a crushing scripture. It’s another thing on the pile of wrongs under which they are already suffocating. Jesus says that if we cannot let go of our past, we are not fit for His kingdom.

When you sin and are fully aware that you cannot do, pay, or apologize enough to make up for it, you feel condemned. Hopeless. To add this scripture to it, it seems to condemn you even further.

When your sin changes the way your life looks, changes who you are, it feels impossible to walk in grace. Every step you take has been molded by your sin. How can you let it go when every aspect of your life is a glaring reminder that nothing is or will ever be the same?

This is a very big concept to grasp, so I want you to really think about everything that I am about to show you. This is the moment-of-salvation under a microscope.

“…you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” –Jesus; John 8:31 ESV

The reason you are not experiencing freedom is because you either have not heard or do not believe the simplicity of the truth. The truth is very simple, but it has a very sharp way of shocking our sensibilities. It can be offensive to the core of ‘self’, if it is ‘self’ that you intend to keep in tact. (For the sake of a case study, I’ll leave the comments open. If you want to see the desperate fight of ‘self’ play out, just watch the comments. They may show up there.)

Here we go….

In him we have obtained an inheritance, having been predestined according to the purpose of him who works all things according to the counsel of his will, so that we who were the first to hope in Christ might be to the praise of his glory. In him you also, when you heard the word of truth, the gospel of your salvation, and believed in him, were sealed with the promised Holy Spirit, who is the guarantee of our inheritance until we acquire possession of it, to the praise of his glory. – Ephesians 1:11-14 ESV

I am going to be explicit even though I do not have the space in this blog to write a book. I know you will have a million questions and I might even be making you angry, but I will not back down from the Truth. Study the scriptures yourself. Think critically. Part of thinking critically is to examine the implications of what this blog is saying and determine what that means. Compare your determinations with scripture and let the thought process roll around in your brain for as long as it takes. I am about six years into this thought process and I am still processing.

With that said…

(Compare the following paragraph with the scripture above [Eph 1:11-14])

You have a pre-determined purpose that God gave you. He works out everything according to that purpose. Because of the nature of free-will and the mistakes we make with it, we have Jesus to make sure that our free-will never has the power to trump God’s will. When you believe the Truth, the Holy Spirit seals it within you. It is a guarantee, an absolute, and the sealed Truth within you is what you can chew on until the end when all of the missing puzzle pieces come together and answer the missing questions.

This leaves you completely dependant on Jesus and completely safe in the purpose of God. You do not have to fear, you do not have to worry. You do not have to stay down when you fall. You do not have to kick yourself for your failure or kick someone else out of panic or fear for their eternal future.

I will say, there are people who use the Truth as an excuse to sin and I am not talking about those people. The Truth sends you running in worship to the feet of your Creator. It does not equip you with the ability to live in the smoky side-streets of selfishness and decay. I can speak the Truth without dumbing it down for those who use it as a means for selfishness. That would be me letting the sin of others determine how I spin the Truth. That’s not something I will ever do. Besides, when God decides that their time with the pigs is finished, He’ll open their eyes and show them their filth and they’ll need a home to come running to. Wash the sheet in your guest rooms. Stock up on the Truth to wash their stench and make sure you have a warm robe to cover their shame. The Truth calls people home. Church, be ready to be that home.

I’m going to let you watch a conversation, based on the words I shared above, play out. I know this blog is long, but I’m on a roll….

The following is a conversation between a reader and me:

Reader: There are times in my life that SATAN gets in my head and tells me….”Your sins are too great!”

I get so caught up in MY SINS (past) reliving the shame, reliving the sorrow, reliving the anger, reliving the SIN…. and can’t seem to move forward.

Even with repentance, even with PRAYERS, and meditation and Bible study, my SINs haunts me………

and I feel insecure about EVERYTHING.

Satan is cunning and I know that HE is lurking there…. in my mind…. I know that in those DARK places….growth, real growth happens………. but I am growing tired of the battle.

I surrender……….ALL.

(You think that is what God is waiting on… TRUE surrender?)”

Me: I hear what you’re saying. I’ve been there…

For the purpose of leading you to a thought process, I have a question for you:

  • What have you learned from your failure?

Reader: What have I learned? That I stand in judgment of NO ONE…because I am as much a sinner as anyone else.

I learned that God’s love is the greatest HIGH ever. I felt it once so strong in me…surrounding me, that I felt “in HIS arms!” PURE LOVE! and I want that feeling every single day!

I learned that this life is full of stress, disappointments and at the end of the day, I know NOTHING! My hope rests in GOD taking over my life…

therefore, it all comes down to TRUST. Am I trusting enough the words that flow from my fingers……right here…right now… to KNOW that GOD HAS ALREADY GOT THIS! I just have to let go.

Me: What you have learned, through your failure, lines you up with scripture better than any Sunday school class could have. These scriptures have become a part of you. They are no longer something you try to do. See?…..

1) That I stand in judgment of NO ONE

  • Luke 6:37

2) I learned that God’s love is the greatest HIGH ever.

  • 1 John 4:8 & 16

3) I know NOTHING!

  • 1 Corinthians 13:9

4) My hope rests in GOD taking over my life…

  • Psalm 25:5 & Psalm 39:7

5) it all comes down to TRUST

  • 2 Corinthians 1:9


  • Job 42:2

7) I just have to let go.

  • Luke 9:62; Philippians 3:12-13

The key to understanding the magnitude of grace and the key to being able to let go of your past is to see that God is using your life experiences to mold you into who He created you to be. Your failures no longer have the power over you, they are used by God to teach you the things you need to know and equip you with the tools that you need for your God designed purpose. See your failure as a teaching tool, not as a flaw. Grace gives Life where there was supposed to be death. Grace gives failure a purpose. When you ask ‘why’, answer your own question with what you’ve learned.

The proof for what I am saying is in your own words/experience and it is backed by scripture:

Indeed, we felt that we had received the sentence of death. But that was to make us rely not on ourselves but on God who raises the dead. -2 Corinthians 1:9

Remind yourself of this every time you try to look back over your shoulder to determine your future…..

Not that I have already obtained this or am already perfect, but I press on to make it my own, because Christ Jesus has made me his own. Brothers, I do not consider that I have made it my own. But one thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead… Philippians 3:12-13

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What’s Wrong With Me? Why Can’t I Stop Sinning!!!

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Maybe you’ve felt this way before. Maybe you feel this way right now.

Whatever sin you may wrestle with – pornography, alcohol, gossip, lust, nicotine, prescription drug abuse, materialism, laziness – you know chronic sin can leave you feeling helpless. Sometimes we identify with the internal struggle of Paul,

Now if I do what I do not want, it is no longer I who do it, but sin that dwells within me. I see in my members another law waging war against the law of my mind and making me captive to the law of sin that dwells in my members. Wretched man that I am! Who will deliver me from this body of death?” (Rom. 7:20, 23-24, ESV)

Paul of course wrote these words as a prelude to the escape from sin he found in the glorious redemption of Christ (Rom. 7:25). But even after obeying the Gospel (cf. Rom. 6:1-2), Paul still wrestled with sin.But I discipline my body and keep it under control, lest after preaching to others I myself should be disqualified” (1 Cor. 9:27).

As long as you walk on this earth, your desires will be met with temptation.

Satan’s promise of a ‘quick pleasure fix’ will sometimes seem irresistible.

For the rest of your Christian life, much of your spiritual growth will consist of breaking down your addiction to sin. When Paul says Christians were “by nature children of wrath” (Eph. 2:3), he is referring to the sins in our life that are so strong of a habit that they have become our nature. Overcoming this sinful nature will be the challenge of your lifetime!God’s grace is the reason you have accepted this challenge and have committed yourself to never giving up (cf. Titus 2:11-12).

You will be successful in your fight against sin if you understand the following:

1. Know everyone who comes to Christ comes to Him with sin.

We all wrestle with sin. No one is immune to its temptation and appeal. Everyone struggles with something; one person’s strength is another person’s weakness. The sins you struggle with will always be a challenge. Perhaps this is what Paul was referring to when referencing his “thorn in the flesh” (2 Cor. 12:7).

2. Remember that sin takes time to overcome.

I’ve heard stories of people who quit smoking “cold turkey.” I’ve also heard of a man who once killed 3 polar bears with his bare hands. But let’s be realistic; most sins won’t be defeated this way (though you should try!). If fighting sin was not a war (cf. Gal. 5:17), it wouldn’t be sin. Some, not knowing this, lose the war because of discouragement.

3. Love God enough to take drastic measures.

Jesus is not being literal when he tells us to cut out our right eye or cut off our right hand in an effort to avoid sin (cf. Matt. 5:29-30). But what He is saying is that no measure is too drastic when it comes to avoiding sin. If you love God with all of your heart (cf. Mark 12:30), and if you fear eternity (cf. Matt. 10:28), what is too much for Christ to ask? Do you love Him enough to confess your sins to an accountability partner (cf. Jas. 5:16) to overcome your porn addiction? Do you love Him enough to join a 12-step program to overcome your drug addiction? Do you love Him enough to confess your sins to your family, or your church family?

4. Resist the despair that sin brings.

Why does it often seem like failure screams at us, while success only whispers? We tend to get so depressed over our sins that we ignore every success as a victory. Learn to take as much joy from each victory as you do disappointment in each defeat.

Additionally, genuine sorrow and repentance (cf. 2 Cor. 7:10) after each defeat is always a victory.

5. Fill in the void of sin.

Sin leaves us feeling dirty and empty. Additionally, the removal of sin leaves a void in our lives. This twofold sense of emptiness must be filled with Jesus Christ. Fill your life with good and wholesome thoughts, spend more time worshiping God and studying His Word, and engage in positive activities and serving others (Phil. 4:6-8; Matt. 12:43-45; Eph. 5:15-21). If you attempt to overcome chronic sin through brute force, without counter-balancing the void of sin, you will be defeated.

6. Recognize that the grace of God will cover a multitude of sins.

Does God’s grace cover sin that is continually committed? If you willingly commit sin, and are impenitent over sin, the answer is no (Rom. 6:1-2). Yet God has clearly taught us how He will handle repeated failure.

If your brother sins, rebuke him, and if he repents, forgive him, and if he sins against you seven times in the day, and turns to you seven times, saying, ‘I repent,’ you must forgive him. (Luke 17:3-4)

For if you forgive others their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. (Matt. 6:14)

When we repeatedly wrestle with sin, the real test is not with God’s grace, but in our willingness to genuinely repent of that sin (again). “If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness” (1 John 1:9). How amazing it is that God’s grace gives us the opportunity and the freedom to overcome the bondage of sin, despite repeated failure! How thrilling it is to be strengthened by God’s grace (cf.2 Cor. 12:9).

…but they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength;
they shall mount up with wings like eagles;
they shall run and not be weary;
they shall walk and not faint. (Isa. 40:31)

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A Word From God…”Hold On!”


“But now, this is what the Lord says, He who created you, O Jacob, He who formed you, O Israel: ‘Fear not, for I have redeemed you; I have summoned you by name; you are mine. When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and when you pass through the rivers, they will not sweep over you. When you walk through the fire, you will not be burned; the flames will not set you ablaze.’” (Isaiah 43:1-2)

So often I have felt I have nowhere to belong. Over and over God tells me, “You belong to Me.”

The very God who created me says, “I have summoned you by name; you are mine.”

I have felt as if the rivers of life will sweep me away. God tells me that not only will I pass through them, He will be with me.

I have felt I do walk through the fires of life. Our family’s problems escalate. How easy it would be to give in! Yet, God says, “When you walk through the fire, you will not be burned.”

We are quite plainly told there will be times it will feel as if we will be swept away by the torrents of problems in our lives. We are also told that there will be times of fiery trials. Not if. When.

And we are also told just as plainly that He will be with us when we face these trials.

Today, God gave me words to hold on to. Yes, tragic events happen. It’s called life. But the one who created us and summons us by name openly declares that we are His. He tells us, “Fear not.”

He promises to walk with us through each and every thing that can assault our lives.

Dear readers, I encourage you to hold on to Him.

You see, He is already holding on to you.

Prayer: Father God, Thank you for Your amazing promises. You promised redemption. You promise Your presence in every life event we encounter. You call to us–and you call us by name. Help us to remember Your words so that we will, indeed, hold on. Amen and amen.

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21 Powerful Prayer Points For Supernatural Breakthrough


As a Believer, we are constantly under attack!  Whether it’s the enemy of our souls or our own flesh…we need to know how to breakthrough these supernatural attacks

Below are 21 Powerful Prayer Points which will lead you to overcoming these attacks and breaking through to experience life as God has intended us to live


  1. Father Lord, by your mighty power, by the power in the Blood of Jesus, Fire of Holy Ghost, scatter and destroy any hindering spirit around me, in the name of Jesus.
  2. Father Lord, scatter and destroy the power of devouring spirit and limitation, in the name of Jesus.
  3. Father Lord, any decree made upon my feet because I have come to Christ, let it be revoked in Jesus’ name.
  4. Father Lord, let my feet be anointed and washed by your blood to lead me to peaceful places, in the name of Jesus.
  5. Father Lord, release the spirit of carpenter upon me to destroy the horns of enemies, in the name of Jesus.
  6. Any decree to cause satanic road-block in my way of breakthrough, be scattered by fire, in the name of Jesus.
  7. Father Lord, come and be our shepherd, to keep us together and save us from thieves, in Jesus’ name.
  8. Every satanic or collective power that wants to scatter what I have gathered, I command you to fall down and die, in the name of Jesus.
  9. Association of evil gang-up or witchcraft power to cause derailment in my life; scatter by Fire, in the name of Jesus.
  10. Any power put in place to supervise and confirm failure in my life, die by Fire, in the name of Jesus.
  11. Anything in me contradicting the word of God to cause error, die by Fire, in the name of Jesus.
  12. Any power making a decree to affect my standing in the Lord, break by fire, in the name of Jesus.
  13. Evil decree or curse over my life, spiritually, physically, financially, matrimonially and educationally, I break you, in the name of Jesus.
  14. Anything in me, around me, within me, contesting with the presence of Holy Spirit in me, are you still alive? die forever and perish, in the name of Jesus.
  15. Spirit of the Living God, arise and take me to my place of blessing now, in Jesus name.
  16. Father Lord, whatever weapon or tricks of the enemy to steal, kill and destroy, destroy them with their weapon forever, in Jesus name.
  17. Father Lord, connect, correct and direct my helpers to me anywhere, anywhere they may be, in the name of Jesus.
  18. Spirit of the Living God, arise and remove any evil veil covering my face so I can see in Jesus name.
  19. Power to succeed in life, come upon me now, in the name of Jesus.
  20. Power to see and discern, come upon me, in the name of Jesus.
  21. Power to over-come, fall upon me now, in the name of Jesus.

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