Graphic images of fire consuming the streets of America have been front and center on our TV screens and they scream for our attention. 

Though we want to be aware of the times we live in, we don’t want our thoughts to be consumed with the images of evil.  Instead, let our minds envision the G-d of fire and His Kingdom coming! Let us see and be His Bride – the Bride that is awake and ready, shining with the Light of His Glory!

And let that light shine brighter and brighter as the darkness gets darker.  It is our time to shine. Every one of us carries His light within us – in Hebrew thought we are sparks.  Imagine each spark igniting the spark of another person. Now there are two flames glowing.  Now each of those ignites another and there are four flames.  Do you see the fire growing?  Let His Truth and Love and Goodness ignite fires across this nation and the world.  Let us work with the Lord and bring in the harvest of souls that can be on fire for Him. Now is the time to work – no fear – keep that picture in your mind of the One who is coming…..

Revelation 19:11,12a,16b Now I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse. And He who sat on him was called Faithful and True, and in righteousness He judges and makes war. His eyes were like a flame of fire,…….

                                                   This is the                  

                                            KING OF KINGS AND
                                               LORD OF LORDS

The enemy can light fires – of course he will – but he can only copy – he cannot create!   Our G-d is a consuming fire, all powerful, everlasting, almighty G-d, Creator! And His fire will end the fire of the enemy! This is the G-d we serve.  This is the G-d that has triumphed!

 Isaiah 5:20 Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!    Never let the fire in your heart go out.  Keep it alive.  Serve the Lord.

Romans 11:12,13 When you hope, be joyful.  When you suffer, be patient.  When you pray, be faithful.  Share with God’s people who are in need. Welcome other into your homes.