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As Judgment begins in the House of God, Total Hell is Loosed upon the Earth

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For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God? 1 Peter 4:17 KJV


Today, many Christians are lamenting the “supreme” act of defiance against almighty God, as the U.S. Supreme Court brazenly redefined a holy covenant clearly and explicitly defined by God Himself, the blessed union between a man and a woman. This follows the same spirit of depravity and carnal hubris of the same judicial body that declared that the wholesale slaughter of millions of unborn children is a right of all Americans in Roe v. Wade a generation ago.

Many Christians are now asking how we got here, to this point in our history, where persecution for our beliefs are rapidly becoming reality in a nation that once enjoyed God’s blessings and favor. How is it possible that the very foundations upon which our nation was built have been shaken and torn asunder? Why do we find ourselves preparing for persecution instead of being embraced by God’s blessings and favor which He once bestowed upon His people?

For many Christians, the answer is as unpleasant and distressing as the question. This ground of depraved indifference and carnal hubris that has enveloped the leadership of our nation was first made fertile within the walls of the modern church. The soil in which the growing vines of compromised teachings has been moistened not by the undiluted living water offered within the Words of Jesus Christ, but by a corrupted form deficient of the necessary nutrients that only God can provide. This is obvious by the fruit rotting and falling from the vine, rather than producing the robust harvest God intended and so desired.

Guests: Steve Quayle and Pastor David Lankford.