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Jul

Abomination of Desolation — II

   Posted by: Caleb Motupalli   in Christian Life

Thus says the Holy Spirit through Matthew 21:25a:

“The cleansing/healing or the lack thereof (death) was from what source, from heaven or from men?”

I just returned from a hospital where a Servant of God lost his son. These are the sort of times when I feel very perplexed. “Why did this happen?” Everyone has the same question. The Lord set me free with the truth by giving me the above verse.

This son of the Servant of God, a few years ago, had a heart problem (Aortal Valve Stenosis). As the Servant of God was very poor, he could not afford any major heart surgery. He told us that with prayer, God healed his son. We were under the impression that because the Servant of God was a very prayerful man of God, God heard his prayers and healed his son.

However, it was only after his son passed away (today), the Servant of God revealed to me that Angioplasty — a simple but very effective procedure — was in fact performed on his son years ago. And because of which his son was then healed. Instead of giving the doctors their due, he instead chose to attribute it to God. But in actuality, it was only to bring himself and his prayers the glory, which was due to the doctors.

I believe, this death — lack of healing — today was caused by God Himself. His son died of some liver and kidney failure.

As scripture directs us, let us give to Caesar what is due to Caesar, honor to whom honor is due, custom to whom custom is due, fear to whom fear is due, and to God what is due to God (Lord Jesus Christ, Apostle Paul).

What’s more, we have witnessed in the recent presidential elections in the United States the “Abomination of Desolation” spoken of by the Lord Jesus Christ, where the woman has deliberately denied the Son of Man the headship due to him.

I never thought it will come to this, where the Father uses death to make a point.

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