The author's statement of faith
The author is a "born again Christian" in the full sense of the word. He has been baptised by the "fire" of the Holy Spirit in line with John 3:5 which says: "Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God."
The Holy Spirit has directed him to look within himself in keeping with the Gospel of Luke which says: 'the kingdom of god is within us' and directs us 'to seek the kingdom and the Lord's Righteousness firstly and then all things will be added unto us.'
The wisdom that has surfaced is meant to be shared with all those who hunger for it.
The author knows that the risen Christ is both his Lord and Saviour. To him being a Christian is to "be in Christ" while on this earth and to be an active and obedient disciple to His Voice, no matter what the cost may be to him personally.
The author worships God our Heavenly Father through his Only Begotten Son, Jesus Christ of Nazareth, by the grace of the Holy Spirit and is committed to spreading the Good News Gospels of the Bible in the world, for they are a clear testimony of our Creator's unfathomable love for all peoples.
The author is committed to exalting and magnifying the Holy Name of the One Living God and His Anointed Son, Jesus Christ who died for all our sins, so that others who hear about Him, may also have a 'real and eternal life' with Him.
The author has recently received a revelation that hit him like a large wave of joy saying: 'the Lord will be returning very soon.'
Now is the time for each person to 'repent' of their old ways (ie. change from their old self-indulgent existences) and prepare for His Glorious return, - do not put it off until tomorrow!
"Now is the accepted time: behold now is the day of salvation." 2 Corinthians 6:2
The year beginning in October 1998 is especially favourable for Gentiles (non-Jews) to attract many spiritual graces from the Lord, for it is our year of "Jubilee." The world always follows Israel in these things, -they had their Jubilee the previous year and represented their fiftieth anniversary of reoccupation of the Holy Lands, after the last world war.
The Holy Presence of the Lord is being manifested and felt by people all over the world because it is a time of refreshing. He has come this time amidst many signs, wonders and miracles.
If one does not make the effort to meet and welcome Him when He is visiting their own church, village, town or city in this fashion, should he or she expect favours afterwards?