Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Return to the Father's Heart
So the Earth Will Survive
Robert B. Scott

Return to the Father’s Heart

This crucial book will pave the way for the of coming Elijah of Malachi 4:5-6, who is prophesied to bring today’s absent fathers toward their neglected or jettisoned children and bring the heart of believers back to their Father in heaven. The book offers a solution to a pervasive problem among men today: their inability to forgive abusive fathers. This modern-day Elijah will “restore all things” (Mat. 17:11), including the true gospel of the Kingdom or Family of God, revealing the dangerous error of the grace revolution leading to the appearance of the man of lawlessness, an evil leader who will fight the second coming of Jesus. Click HERE to order your copy today!



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Breaking News! Prayer in the Spirit Saves the Day! Pastor Robert Scott

Prophecy in the News: Prayer Can Avert Tragic Events!

Violence was prophesied to be more and more prevalent in these last days (Ezekiel 7:23). However, our prayers can bring the Kingdom of God to earth and change the course of history. Witness this event this day, August 20, 2013, where one woman’s prayer saved the day. Those who don’t believe in praying in tongues should take notice. Tongues are in the Bible for a reason.

Praying in the Spirit Saves the Day

Antoinette Tuff is a school clerk who said, “Thank You, Jesus,” after praying in the spirit to avoid a school tragedy. This occurred at Ronald E. McNair Discovery Learning Academy in Decatur, a few miles east of Atlanta. The young man was armed to the teeth and was ready to kill. However, Antoinette said she could only pray in the spirit after saying, “God, help us all.” Whatever the Holy Spirit prayed through her prompted her to relate her recent tragedy and her life story to him as she talked him down and he surrendered to police without any child being hurt. God is good, and prayers in the Spirit have power.

Who is the Elijah to Come? Pastor Robert Scott
God  said He would send Elijah before Jesus returns as He did John the Baptist before Jesus' first coming. Who will be the Elijah? Will it be a resurrected Elijah himself? Will it be a group of people, a work, that fulfills the task, or will it be a man? What will he do? Your ideas, please.

What Do You Do When You Hear "Take Care"? Pastor Robert Scott





Don’t “Take Care”!


You hear this phrase every day. People think it’s blessing to say, “take care.” No. It’s a curse. Why should we take care or worry when Jesus said to cast our cares on Him? People don’t realize what they are saying, but Satan does. He is a legalist that then has legal right to bring demonic pressures of worry into our lives, causing us to do things our way, not God’s, and to work with our timing, not God’s. How should we respond to this common curse? Read more…

A-Z Care, “Take Care”  

“Take care” is a common phrase we hear multiple times a day. Is it a blessing or a curse? We need to understand the importance of giving our cares to Jesus, not carrying these burdens ourselves. How should we respond to this common curse? Read more of this doctrinal statement by Pastor Gerald Budzinski…

“Take care’ is a common curse that is not from God. Care means worry, regret, worship of regret, anticipated shame or injury, illness, or attack, a burden (if one prays for you as a burden, it’s not an unction from God), a grieving or a loss, an unforgiven wrong, a distress given to you, an unwanted responsibility.

A caregiver is a wrong term, meaning giving care or keeping the fear going and it keeps you from healing.

No verse tells you to take care, since care involves sympathy and self-pity

Mat 13:22 speaks of the Word sowed among thorns or demons, meaning the worries or common fears involving the “worry [or cares] of the world and the deceitfulness of wealth’ that choke the Word and make us unfruitful.

Cares create common fears that invite demons and demonic pressures. Those who say “take care” are cursing people to abandon Jesus and worship fears.Curses and blessings should not come out of the same mouth.


1Corinthians 12:25  says there should be no schism or division in the body but all must have the same supportive concern (care a wrong translation) for each other, not gloating over another’s trials, not saying “they deserved that sickness,” creating a schism in the body, a burden for others.

1 Peter 5: 6 says to humble ourselves under the mighty hand of God “that He may exalt you at the proper time.” When you tell others to take care, you are telling them to do things in their strength, on their timetable, not God’s.


Verse 7 says, “casting all your anxiety [cares] upon Him [Jesus], because He cares [wrong translation] for you [He wants to bless you].” The following verses show us Satan is trying to bring cares or pressures upon us, but we are to resist him and turn our pressures and cares over to Jesus. This is a sign of humility and is the correct way of thinking that shows God that we’re in the season for blessing.  “Take care” means taking care of things yourself rather than relying on Jesus. We’re doing things in our own strength.

Never accept “take care.”  It’s a curse to solve things your way.  God must meet your agenda, your will on earth, not His. Care never express God’s will.  Turn cares over to Jesus.

Ask for wisdom to respond properly and wisely to those who sincerely give this curse. Don’t receive it with a thank you. Find a wise way to bless them. “God bless you” or “God bless you with His peace” or a similar blessing could be appropriate.

Why Don't We Receive the Blessings? Pastor Robert Scott

The “God, Give Me Everything Now…” Attitude

There is a reason why we don't receive the promises God gives us.

God gives His promises to all believers when they accept Jesus, but we often don't receive them. Why?

The problem is, we want them all now. We want them now, but we aren’t ready for them. God loves us and will not give us things we aren’t ready to use. There's a cost in demanding everything now.

A saying children have is, “Gimme, gimme never gets.” It’s true that when we say “Give me, give me, we can’t receive. The “name it and claim it’ idea is often based in selfishness and impatience. We step out of our Father's timing, wisdom, and His plan for our life. He gives believers grace and provision in all things, but instead believers tend to  walk in helplessness. We tend to want to seek our words, our wants and desires, to lust after that new car, etc.,  and we don’t want to seek God’s plans, will, purpose, and the timing of our Father.

The demons influence us to go for our plan A. We avoid God’s teaching process of growth. We lose sight of the Kingdom and God’ s plan for us. We say, “I have to get a job.” The emphasis is on I, on selfishness.

Jesus gave a special warning in Matthew 6:31-33 not to become anxious over things like the unbelievers, not to ask, “what will we eat, drink, clothe ourselves with” or where will we live, what job will we have, or what will we drive. These are all things that unbelievers “eagerly” seek. We simply need to seek Jesus, His Kingdom, and His righteousness. All these things are automatically added to us when we put Jesus first.

The word “eagerly” means they concentrate on the emotions. We are to continually seek the Kingdom first.  If we focus on our needs, nothing can be added to us. We won’t succeed and we will be without.

Proverbs 20:21 says, “An inheritance gained hurriedly at the beginning will not be blessed in the end.”   We can call this  the “now  rush of impatience.” Sudden gain is not good because you receive something before you know how to use it. You're calling for all things now when you're not ready.  This can lead to eternal death eventually because you don't know how to use what you receive.

The parable of the Prodigal Son illustrates this point well.  He received what he wanted, his inheritance, too soon, out of God’s timing before he was ready for it. He spent it on the wrong things, and then rushed back to his father because he failed.

Galatians 6:8-9 says, “For the one who sows to his own flesh will from the flesh reap corruption, but the one who sows to the Spirit will from the Spirit reap eternal [and prosperous] life. Let us not lose heart in doing good, for in due time we will reap if we do not grow weary [or unthankful].”

People that are unthankful draw our life energy from us.  We need to be renewed in Jesus day by day. Impatience in the ways of the flesh produces  quick death, sickness, defeat, and anger-rage. We blame God for things, but it’s not God holding us back. It’s Satan and ourselves.

 We’re walking in emotion. Emotions drive our words rather than following the Word of God and provision from God. We are sowing to the flesh and mocking God, unable to wait on Him.

We aren’t willing to respect our Father's timing. The Word says we will reap in due time, when we're ready and qualified for what we receive. A double-minded man can receive nothing from God.  We mustn’t sow into the flesh but live by God's will and provision so we're able to handle what we receive. We need to grow in the area needed so we will be ready to receive the blessing . We need to grow to a new level to handle what we are given, a new level of training, prosperity, and growth.

 God doesn't want to hurt us. James 1:2-4 speaks of joy when we go through trials, knowing that the testing of our faith produces endurance. We are to let patience have her perfect or mature work in us so that we may lack nothing.

However, if we want everything now, we will lack everything.  James 1:12 tells us not to whine or complain but to go to Jesus because He is Love, and Love can never fail.  Verse 13 tells us we’re lying if we say God is tempting us, and no liars will enter the Kingdom.

When we focus on our needs or hat we perceive as needs, we focus on our own desires. We become bitter at God, which rips open blood shields and blocks blessings. Even your guardian angels must stand down. Satan will steal everything.

So we should be thankful, waiting on God, growing in every area so we’ll be ready when it’s God’s time to bless u, which He will.

Be Thankful! Pastor Robert Scott
Power of Unthankfulness by Pastor Gerald Budzinski (from notes by R. Scott)

Unthankfulness has kept believers and others from receiving the blessings of God. It is the core cause of all failures, creating waves of failure, losses, setbacks, illnesses, and mental torments. It opens the door to all kinds of attacks, especially the following:

1.        The “never enough” condition or “get’ system. No matter how much you have, you complain of not having enough, not earning enough. You refuse to speak blessings into your life and every situation. You are cursing your finances and everything in your life. That’s why this power of unthankfulness wants to get hold of you.
2.        Broken Promises. which are part of unthankfulness. 
3.        Broken Marriages, Family (spirit of disruption)
4.        Empty Futures (purposelessness). You can’t see yourself succeeding and speak those words. You really don’t want a successful future in anything. You throe away the future God gave you in emotional pouts that you regret. Unthankfulness always brings in regrets. You rescind words but don’t restate the positive and the blessing because you aren’t thankful.
5.        Suicide and Hopelssness.
6.        Disbelief (ceasing to believe what you believed).  Losing vision. Jesus blesses you in a thousand ways, but you fixate on the one time you perceive He didn’t. You know the truth but reject it. You have seen the goodness of God but reject it as failures thus increase.
7.        Anger/rage (both a cause and an effect of unthankfulness). No peace.
8.        Condemnation, Blame, Judgmentalism. When you ask who sent a weapon against you empower the above and put yourself in Jesus’ judgment seat.
9.        Fearfulness (ignorant, illogical fears) You dread tomorrow and can’t use the grace or empowerment of God. You lose sight of it.
10.        Aggressiveness. You are willing to curse others and judge them.

These ten conditions interact in every area of your life but selfdom show up at the same time. However, they are always there. Unthankfulness destroys character and integrity. You become a willing victimizer of others. you will scam or twist things to make others feel incompetent with an undermining approach. You are suppressed by anger/rage and cause death wishes to come to fruition. You “kill” first those who love you You are unwilling to help others. Anger/rage grows until you use and abuse others. They become toys of sexual stimulation or amusement. you can’t see others’ needs. You are unable to assist them when you are able. You speak angrily to those who ask your help. You bury the truth in clichés and addictions. You can’t have or keep joy. Jesus gave us the Sabbath to give us joy in our time of rest and three hours before to lay down our weekly problems. We rest in Satan rather than Jesus. Small inconveniences become huge burdens. Greed, lust, and hoarding enter. Your ability to give is blocked. You expect gifts but aren’ t willing to give. That’s why most Christians don’t tithe. They are unthankful, which is part of unforgivness. You don’t thank God or others.

Bless Your Children and Avoid Tragedy! Pastor Robert Scott

Python Tragedy and the Importance of Blessing Your Children


As I write, Canadian news and CNN are reporting a terrible tragedy. I was interested because I did a baptizing tour in which I visited Campbellton, N.B. in 1978. Two young boys were killed by a python that came up one floor from a pet store in an apartment above the store where the lads were sleeping over. It was an unusual tragedy, probably caused by the fact they had touched animals that afternoon and held their scent. Could this have been prevented? Maybe. The question is, for believers, can you prevent tragedies happening to your children? The answer is yes. Hebrews have the habit of blessing their children daily, a practice believers in Jesus should adopt. This simple blessing could save the lives of those you love: “I lay hands on you, son or daughter, and declare that you are under the shadow of the Almighty today. No evil will befall you, for God will give his angels charge concerning you to guard you in all your ways…. the serpent you will trample down because your Father and I, your father, love you, and God will deliver you” (Ps. 91:1,10-11, 13). Please look for other prayers for children and blessing of children on our websites.

TV Evangelist Mixes Apples and Oranges Pastor Robert Scott


A famous TV evangelist recently gave a sermon entitled, "Love Has No Loopholes,” and yet his message was full of loopholes to avoid keeping God’s laws. He put “apples and oranges” in the same basket. He started by quoting Matthew 22:37-40, implying that these two commandments “encapsule” (sic, the implication was to replace) the law and the commandments of God. He contrasts the law and the love of God, when in reality they are the same. He lumped together the law of sacrifices and other physical laws with the Feast of Unleavened Bread. In other words, just love with all you being and you will automatically keep all the other laws. That’s misleading, deceptive, and totally false. Read why…

God clearly shows a distinction between ceremonial laws and His eternal laws. In referring to sacrifices, He says those laws relate only to “food and drink [offerings] and various washings, regulations for the body imposed until a time of reformation. But when Christ appeared…” (Heb. 9:10-11a). Jesus did away for the need of sacrifices and ritual washings, but He said not to think He came to abolish the law (Mat. 5:17).

Even Paul said the law was good and that the important thing was not circumcision, but the keeping of the commandments of God (1 Coe. 7:19). Leviticus 23 calls the feasts Jesus’ feasts, not Jewish feasts. They are commanded holy days, not to be confused with sacrifices. For those don’t believe in living by every word of God (Mat. 4:4), even the New Testament commands us to celebrate the Feast of Unleavened Bread (1 Cor. 5;7-8).

People like to mix “apples and oranges” to confuse the issue and teach lawlessness (Mat. 24:12; Jude 4). Don’t fall for this deception.

Dream On (#23) Pastor Robert Scott
Dreams are important if from God, and we are blessed with people who are anointed to understand dreams. We are thankful for their time and dedication and pray God's blessing upon them.

Will You Pass the 666 Test? Pastor Robert Scott
please forgive the errors of bold type in this..in hospital and don't know what happened and how correct it

Will You Pass the 666 Test?

There’s a lot of buzz about 666, most of it false. But have you ever seen a relationship between John 6:66 and 666? A surprising one does exist.

Here’s what happened after most disciples failed Jesus’ test: “As a result of this many of His disciples withdrew and were not walking with Him anymore.”

What will happen when Jesus reveals one of His two most important tests of these last days? We will see who is a true believer and who is not.

Jesus was talking about more than communion here. He was talking about Passover. His words are as astounding as they are powerful: “Truly, truly, I say to you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink His blood, you  have no life in yourselves” (John 6:53.)

No life. That means you’re dead. Fully dead. If you have never taken communion, you aren’t alive in Jesus. You are dead in your sins.

Furthermore, when the Passover is revealed in this end time, and you don’t eat of Jesus in this commanded feast, you are dead, dead as you can be. You won’t go to heaven. You won’ t be raptured. Why?

The reason will surprise those who teach the commandment were nailed to the cross and that God’s holy days are old, Jewish remnants of that old, old, Old Testament and aren’t for us moderns. I mean, who can rest and worship on Saturday when everybody that’s anybody keeps Sunday?

What will happen to those who insist on submitting to the pope, since he’s the one who changed, or tried to change, Sabbath to Sunday? By the way, why do the Protestants call themselves Protestants, when they never protested the most important doctrine of demons, Sunday?

The mark of the Beast in none other than Satan’s day, Sunday. Check out Revelation 13:16  and compare with another chapter 13 in Exodus, verse 9. God’s sign of His end-time people is another 13, Exodus 31:13, you know, that commandment Jesus said to remember because He knew virtually everyone would forget it (Ex. 20:8).

Jesus has many holy days, annual Sabbaths, and feasts. He calls them His, not Jewish, moedim or appointed times. The church has its own appointed times God never ordained. They represent Satan’ sign or mark of the Satanic Beast, which by way is not the Antichrist, as most incorrectly assume.

God’s feasts, including Passover. are signs “on your hand” and “as a reminder on your forehead, that the law of the (Eternal) may be in your mouth” (Ex. 13:9).

Surprise! That law was never done away, but you may be done away unless you allow Jesus in you to keep it. After all He is Grace.

What will indeed happen to those sincere Christians who continue to swallow the Sunday, Christmas, and Easter lie when the truth is revealed?

Those who receive “a mark” on forehead or hand”, meaning they accept it in their minds and their wills and actions (Rev.14:9), will “drink of the wine of the wrath of God” (Rev. 14:10). They won’t have Sabbath rest or any kind of rest (Rev. 14:11). Cain started this Sunday mess, and the same mark was put upon him. The end-time Sunday keepers will take it on themselves.

This wasn’t the reward you may have thought you would get for donning your Sunday best, right? Welcome to a truth you may never have known.

 Please understand we aren’t into religion and judgment, nor is Jesus. He knows you didn’t’ know, and He’ll give you time to repent. Study your Bible. It’s clear. Even the Vatican knows and has told the Protestants they didn’t’

 get Sunday from the Bible. You can believe the Catholics when they once in awhile tell the truth.

Mind you, 666 is the number, not the mark of the Beast.  I use the number here since it is commonly associated with the beast system.

Don’t be of their number. Don’t fall for the deceptions of the end-time Beast, false prophet, false Jesus, or the Arab Antichrist. Don’t be bedazzled by false signs that would induce you to embrace Islam, Chrislam, or even false churchianity. Believe the Bible. Believe Jesus. Cling to Him and worship Him His way, on His days. You will be set apart, for sure, in His arms of love and protection.

You may be temporarily protected and be able to enter the European Beast’s system, but you won’t have “the perseverance of the saints who keep the commandments of God and their faith in Jesus” (Rev. 14:12).

Don’t swallow the lies and leave Jesus as did so many of His disciples in John 6:66. They didn’t want to eat of Him daily or in the Passover. It’s not too late to change to the un popular and “unpopeular” truth. Jesus is the Grace in you that will enable you to keep His laws of peace and rest in times of stress and trouble.

What is the most important truth we can know? Pastor Robert Scott
I believe the most important truth we can know is that our Father love us. We love because He first loved us. We are part of the Family of Love. When we know God loves us, nothing can stop us. The Father, who alone of the Godhead has never stepped into time, has never been in Satan's entropy time, has foreseen all that has happened to us, and still love us with an unconditional love love, loving us as He loves Jesus (John 17:23). He says He will send a modern-day Elijah (Mal. 4) to bring our hearts back to Father Love. Time is short, but not too short for God to do His work, his amazing, end-time work. He is faithful even though His church has not been. He will show His love to His people in these last days.