What does the Word of God really mean when it says, ‘God is love’? We often hear ‘God is Love’ in many places—-even in Hollywood and the mainstream media. But is it used in the right context? Are we missing key elements of God’s love for us? My latest YouTube video breaks down the biblical context of ‘God is Love’ as it relates to maintaining a true relationship with God through our LORD Jesus Christ.
In this video, I share a prophetic dream interpretation concerning cultural relationships and evangelism. The LORD wants us to see that it is okay to ‘shake the dust off your feet’ (Matthew 10:14) and move forward from your community or those around you who choose to ignore your calling in ministry.
The LORD is trying to get us to open our eyes and see past the chaos that has been happening lately. He wants us to see that the ‘giants’ of the land, or billionaire leaders of major corporations, are the ones stirring up strife and hiding behind their philanthropic deeds in order to maintain their wealth and power.
I created this video as a way for us to reflect upon our words and actions towards others when we see them going through adversity. Believe it or not, the LORD takes into account every idle word we speak to one another, so it is important to show love and compassion for others during their time of need, even if those very people are our enemies.
Many of you may have come to this point in your walk with God in that what you see happening on a day-to-day basis doesn’t align with what has been spoken over your life. Actually, as I am writing this blog post to encourage you all who are facing this experience, I too am struggling to understand the adversity that comes along with receiving such revelation from God.
The bible says that in the end times, a strong delusion would fall upon the land and many people would fall for it. This video is a warning from God for the Church and the remnant of Israel to resist the delusion or perish.
Are we doing more harm than good when we tell our youth that it’s okay to “have a little fun?” It is often seen that because young people are living in their prime years, that they have enough time to fool around and correct their mistakes later on. But in many unfortunate cases, this can be far from the truth.