One Accord

Php_2:2 Fulfil ye my joy, that ye be likeminded, having the same love, being of one accord, of one mind.


This week we spend some time looking at the False Prophet and also share from the heart on some perplexity that we find ourselves facing concerning doctrine. The Lord promises to lead us into all truth, we are commited to be of “One Accord” as scriptures calls us to. We have some doctrinal differences internal that we’re askingthe Lord to make clear.
Luk_3:4 As it is written in the book of the words of Esaias the prophet, saying, The voice of one crying in the wilderness, Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make his paths straight.


~ by watchmenweekly on April 7, 2012.

4 Responses to “One Accord”

  1. Thank you Chris. I also don’t think it’s dragonspeak. All I want is to truly understand and unless a person can ask questions and dialogue about things they’re hearing, how can one truly learn. I’m continually asking the Lord to show me things in His Word. I’m continually looking over my whole life and seeing the pain I’ve endured finally ending with the death of my daughter. I find myself crying to God-“My God, my God why has thou forsaken me?” And yet I know He hasn’t. I realize that the only way for me to come out of her – “the church” – was for God to take her home. Thank you again for the time you put into this work. I’m always excited to get these messages. It’s like a lifeline.

  2. Isa 1:18 Come now, and let us reason together, saith the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.

    Praying for all of us to understand and praying that we are found worthy. LouAnn

  3. Chris and Sue,
    I really appreciate these posts! The millennium is a metaphor for the tribulation!! I was especially interested in your discussion on the union jack and the idea that this earthly reign of Christ is a false teaching. I’ve seen this for a while. I’ve tried to explain this on Truth in Scripture discussions for some time,but none seem to appreciate it. Is 9 declares that Jesus rule on the throne of David [here one earth] is everlasting – that it never ends!!!

    If this is true, If God will not be ever cultivating but never planting Is 28:24, if he honors his promise to Moses never again destroying the earth with a flood, Christ’s earthly kingdom will Never End!!!! – This place of tribulation, of weeping and gnashing of teeth will continue.

    I think we pass at the 1335th day, that that is a seekers [and all others] day of the Lord. That after we pass we see the earth burining with fervent heat behind us. After we are promoted into the next life, this earthly existence becomes a vague memory, or we find ourselves cast back into this earthly lake of fire.

    Here’s a link to what I’m thinking

    Praying you will seek [and hear!] confirmation on these revelations.
    God Bless

  4. Chris,
    I listened to this post again and really appreciated the overall tone of this, seeking one mind. You really did a great job at presenting some critical issues for today’s remnant!

    Sue’s thought that the 144,000 must be martyred. In a spiritual sense[not physical] I agree. The folks headed for the kingdom of God must offer their lives as living holy sacrifices! They must[day after day] turn from the old man, from the lusts of the flesh, from selfishness and pride, from self ambition and lording over, accepting our call as humble unworthy servants, seeking only God, his will and his glory, forsaking all things. These folks are “beheaded”, the new covenant disciples of Christ.

    Pete Tim & I have been sharing on this subject of who gets into heaven recently[on Tim’s “the letter kills” post], and I’d like to share that link here:

    I see the abomination of desolation as the clergy – laity system that fully permeates through organized “christianity”. Today’s Lord over priests, Luke 10’s hired hands are outside God’s kingdom, the outer court, but that doesn’t mean that all churchgoers are headed to the lake of fire. I believe that all today’s Churchgoers carry the mark of the beast, but not all worship the beast and his image!! I think these [the in church remnant] are the folks who built on Paul’s [humble servant] foundation with wood hay and straw, still saved but whose [works and] reward was burned as through the fire[1 Cor 3:15].

    I also loved your closing that none of us are given the whole truth. I’d like to share that we are all called to seek one mind and not to forsake the gathering! God’s prescription to lead us into all truth requires that we do these things. This post was an excellent start!!!
    Thank You and God Bless,

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