99:9 here with another newsletter. Here’s the new content I uploaded this week:
If you’re anything like me, you have some big life dreams that still haven’t come true yet. But since we know we’re living in the End Times right now, we wonder if we’ll ever have time now to get these dreams done. We’re not alone—countless Christians feel the same. But what does the fact that the End Is Now really change?? Why shouldn’t we keep pursing our dreams?? In Part 102 we examine this topic with a Christian YouTube video too. Don’t miss it.
“Who God bless, no one shall curse.” Do you know this famous expression?? It means Christians can’t be cursed, right?? Or does it?? God is Sovereign over all powers in the Spiritual realm, including curses. No curse or witchcraft will succeed against us if the LORD does not Will it. But the LORD may withdraw His protection from us temporarily if He so chooses. And one reason He may choose to do so is because we keep interacting with sinful witchcraft and other evil things.
The LORD keeps a strong safety fence around Christians at all times. But if we keep poking holes in this safety fence trying to see what’s going on with the witchcraft (etc.), the LORD will allow that evil to touch us. So stick with the LORD and don’t poke holes in the safety fence. Read Part 103 to learn more.
“If God is good, why did He allow me to get abused??” “Where was God when these horrible violations happened to me??” These questions, and others like it, are the most difficult questions about God a Christian may ever have to answer. I say we should never try to answer that question for another, we can only answer for ourselves. Why does God allow us to be abused and suffer childhood trauma?? In today’s post, I explain my own answer, from my own life. And the short version of that answer is, “because God always brings something good out of something meant for evil.” Read today’s post for more.
Well that’s all for the week. I hope this gives you something good to read on your Sunday. Enjoy the week. I’ll be back next week with the next newsletter!