Journal entry: Monday, December 6, 2009 ....
Last night I dreamed of a couple of people I know. It was as if I was off in the distance, watching several incidents take place. I watched as a friend of mine who works at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta arrive at work. When she got to the entrance, she was told by the security guard that the bank was shut down for good. Money as we knew it was gone. The people around were all shocked and talking about their jobs, the economy and what was everyone going to do.
Then the dream jumped to a young man who works at my job I don’t know his name, but I clearly saw his face and on his face was a look of fright and shock. Whatever had just happened, he was speechless and could only mumble “it’s all gone.” He just kept mumbling “it’s all gone.” I got the impression that he was talking about money too. It seemed as if the dream lasted all night, but this is all I remembered. I prayed and asked God what the dream means and I clearly heard, “The dream is a warning of days ahead, the world’s banking system will soon collapse.”
Please understand that I make no claim or attempt in any way to pinpoint a specific date. Neither am I saying that God gave me a date. I didn't know it, but my pastor would soon do a series of messages on this very thing.
The concept of a “one world currency” is not new. It was prophesied in the Bible and been a part of Christian belief for 2,000 years. However, at no time in history have we been so close to this prophecy becoming reality. The Bible foretells of many things that will come to pass in the end times and one of those things is the implementation of a “one world currency” and eventually a “one world government.”
This is a desperate hour for the world. All the wheels are now in motion, there is nothing anyone can do. The sad part is that 95% of everyone on the face of the earth is oblivious to the fact that the coming changes in the world are already set in stone and all the things that are spoken about in the BIBLE must come to pass. There will be a one-world currency real soon. Prepare yourself and your family for what is to come. The eternal life of our loved ones, family, and friends is at stake.
Jesus said in Luke 19:10, “For the Son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost." Now is the time that we do all we can to learn of Christ, to continually grow closer to Christ. To be like Him not just know about Him, for the Body of Christ to work while it is day to point the lost to Calvary. Now is the time to arise and prepare our loved ones and ourselves for Jesus is coming soon. Jesus in His great love for humanity commissioned the entire Body of Christ is to make disciples who will continue to do what He did.
“And Jesus came and spake unto them, saying, All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth. Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen.” Matthew 28:18-20 (KJV)
A commission is (1) an authorization to perform certain duties or tasks, or to take on certain powers, (2) authority to act in behalf of another, (3) an entrusting, as of power, authority, etc., to a person or body. Jesus is the pattern we must follow. He taught His disciples by His example, and we are to teach everything to our generation what He taught His original disciples. This principle of multiplication is the only effective strategy to reach the world. God expects His followers to be soul-winners and to show men and women how to find pardon, peace, and eternal life.
Learning and sharing the Good News should be a high priority in the life of each Christian. However, the first requirement to effectively share the Good News is a clear understanding of what the Good News is. Go and make disciples! Jesus is saying the principle of multiplication is an effective strategy to reach the world. Think about it, if each person in the Body of Christ reached out and shared their faith with just one lost person and that person reached out and shared their faith we will see lost souls coming the Christ in record numbers. There is no way we can expect to make any kind of impact, if we give the impression that we are not sure what the Gospel is!
The second requirement is compassion and genuine concern for people. Jesus’ concern for people is evidenced in His coming to go to the Cross. No one can express the compassion and concern Jesus did until he/she recognizes the plight of man and the Grace of God themselves. So in essence to share the Good News, you must tell the bad news! The bad news is that all men since the fall of Adam are born in sin, separated from God. The Good News is that Christ shed His blood for our sins (Matthew 26:28; Romans 3:25) and that God is ready to forgive and to reinstate us based on what Jesus Christ did for us on the Cross.
Although we have been commissioned by Christ, sharing the Gospel is a joy not a job, a delight, not drudgery. Do you remember the joy you had when you received Jesus as your own Savior and Lord? Think of the joy in the presence of the angels over one sinner who repents (Luke 15:10). The greatest joy in the Christian’s life is the joy of sharing his personal faith in a personal Christ with another person in a personal way. Proverbs 11:30 says, “He that winneth souls is wise.” Witnessing is sowing into the Kingdom of God. Are you spreading and receiving your share of joy by witnessing?
God has blessed us all with Jesus Christ. I am always excited to fellowship with those who visit my site. Please share your thoughts in the comments section.