Wednesday, August 15, 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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Challenge to Creflo Dollar Pastor Robert Scott

Creflo, I call you Creflo, not out of disrespect, but out of probably a decade of learning from you and appreciating your teaching when you taught the Word of God and the blessing of the law of God. Now the law has become your enemy and you have thus become the enemy of God, helping a dear pastor from Singapore whose US HQ is seven miles from my boyhood home, to broadcast the infamous grace revolution. It is infamous to God because it is leading to the appearance of the man of lawlessness, whom Jesus will fight at His coming, along will all those who persist in teaching and/or practicing lawlessness, which the Jesus of the Bible condemns.

You have continued to promote this false grace at the Generals of Faith Conference, where we happen to know that one of those generals keeps the Sabbath day, the only commandment which should be translated under the New Covenant, Love remembers the Sabbath day, the seventh day, to keep it holy.

You told us to rightly divide the Word of truth, which you have been deceived by the “Lord,” not Jesus, to avoid. We pray for your repentance, sir. We respect your anointing, and pray that you will return to hearing Jesus and His Holy Spirit, who never inspires anything that is against the will of the Father as revealed by the Word, Jesus in print in the whole Bible and in the flesh. He was and is the God who spoke in the First Testament and the Second (John 5:37). He is the Word who never changes. You have insisted that He changes from the Sabbath to Sunday and from commanding all His commandments of love to abolish His law, which He has never done and never will do.

If indeed you are sincerely deceived and didn’t really believe what you once believed, you and especially the millions you have convinced that this old greasy grace doctrine dressed in new, deceptive clothing is true, will miss out on marrying Jesus.  If you would dare look at the whole counsel of God in His Word, you would see the error of the grace revolution, which is none other than rebellion against God’s good laws of love. You all would simply miss the first and better resurrection (Heb. 11:35), having to wait until a second general resurrection one thousand years after Jesus returns (Rev. 20:5 and nearly seven hundred verses). May the goodness of God lead you to repentance for preaching a false gospel, not the gospel of the Kingdom of God Jesus preached and prophesied for these last days (Mat. 24:14), and for disfellowshipping many of your church who stood fast on the Word of God. God bless you with the understanding of His truth. We do love you, and confront you in love as a brother in Jesus.

Shabbat Shalom! Pastor Robert Scott

The Triple Connection


            We asked our Father Love what new congregations needed to understand first and foremost as a basis of their lives as believers. He responded: forgiveness, identity in Jesus, and the Sabbath.

            Those of us who have kept the Sabbath have realized the connection between these three teachings and practices. Allow me to explain.

            God calls the Sabbath an identifying sign, a sign of who He is and who we are in Him. It’s a sign “that you may know that I am [the Eternal, the “I am”] who sanctifies you” (Ex. 31:13).

            A threefold connection exists in these three main teachings a new believer needs to understand and that few believers have ever accepted. Obviously, Jesus understood this connection. Luke 4:16 says that He kept the Sabbath “as was His custom…” He promptly opened the part of the scroll that established his identity as the Son of God, anointed to preach the gospel of the Kingdom.

            The Sabbath in the understanding of the Hebrew letters in the word has the following meaning: return to the covenant or cross. For Jesus it meant to return to His covenant with His Father so He would do and say what He saw His Father say and do. His intimacy with the Father was based in the weekly reminder of His identity in the Sabbath, His oneness with the “I am.” He knew He had been set apart by His Father. Being one with the “I am,” He knew that He was the “I am.”

             His identification with the “I am” costs him His life and His reputation. His brothers and sisters thought he was crazy and said so. Imagine the challenge.

            I don’t have to imagine it. I was attacked with a life-threatening illness in 1986. God saved me in His mercy from sure death, my former wife being told to prepare for burying me in three hours. God didn’t let me die, but because of my unforgiveness to a ministerial boss, there was a delay. This boss had challenged my identity, which I didn’t understand as a son of my Father Love and a brother of Jesus. That situation obliged my Father to allow problems to bring me back to Him.

            I went through twelve years of severe mental illness, wanting to kill myself several times. To this day, twenty years after all who really know me also know I was healed, my immediate family doesn’t think I am healed. Even my family in my native U.S. thinks I am still mentally ill.

            As Jesus lives in me, I must call on my Father’s gift of forgiveness to forgive my family, my birth family and the family of my first marriage. Jesus did. He forgave his siblings who cursed him with mental illness. He went through everything we could possibly go through.

             The key to the forgiveness Jesus displayed every day of His life was identity. He knew who He was. And that identity was refreshed and solidified every Sabbath day as He was reminded of who His Father was and who He was in Him.

            He didn’t allow Himself to be overwhelmed by the opinion of his family and the religious establishment, who called him demon-possessed.

            Our Father has taught us to lay down our problems every Friday just before the Sabbath so we could enter into the joy of the Sabbath and have our identity refreshed every week. If we don’t follow that command, we can easily be overwhelmed by our weekly challenges.

            God gives also the new moons to lay down our long-term burdens so we don’t have to carry them throughout our lives. We have a “Christian” world that has forgotten the covenant and the cross it represents.

            Today, we can emphasize the meaning of the word Shabbat that means, “return to the cross.” Jesus laid down His life for us to give us a new day every day, even if we murdered someone the day before. God always gives us a new day, and a true believer will always forgive us and give us a new day. God forgets our sin. Although a believer may not forget the offense, he or she will not bring it up and considers it as a past that doesn’t exist.

            That’s how God want us to consider ourselves, forgiven as if we had never sinned. And that’s where the problem is. Often we can’t forgive ourselves, so God can’t therefore forgive us. He delivers us to the demonic tormentors to drive us back to Him.

            You can see why God told us the first teaching that is most important is forgiveness, especially forgiveness of ourselves so we can walk in our identity.

             We can finally accept the identity we have in Jesus. Our Father said to Him before He did any mighty works, “This is My beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.”

            When we accept our Father’s grace to forgive ourselves and others, we can then return to the cross, realizing that Jesus’ blood makes us exactly like Jesus. We can know that our Father sees us like He sees Jesus—exactly. As He is, so are we (1 John 4:17).

            John understood. Maybe that’s why he lived so long. He called himself “the disciple Jesus loved.” That’s who each of us believers are, if we will only recognize our identity. It’s easier for Sabbath keepers to understand this truth, but many Sabbath keepers haven’t accepted what their Father offers them—the grace to forgive others and themselves. This is why God told us forgiveness is the first thing.

            A Sabbath keeper should understand His identity in Jesus as a beloved son of Father Love, and he should have understood his need to forgive himself and give himself a new day every day. David was a man after God’s own heart. He gave himself a new day after committing adultery and murdering the husband of the woman he slept with.

            He didn’t live a live feeling sorry for himself and his fate. Jesus redeemed the situation, allowing him to marry that woman. Jesus had to allow the death of his young son because He hadn’t come to shed His blood to break curses, even from God.

            Today we can return to the cross on the Sabbath day, allowing ourselves to see ourselves as totally forgiven with our sins forgotten and erased by our Father because of Jesus’ blood. God has given us everything in the Sabbath day, identity and forgiveness, if only we will take advantage of it. Shabbat shalom!






Questions from Singapore Pastor Robert Scott

Peter from Singapore sent us these questions this morning. Here are the questions and the answers, principally on law and grace.
Dear Pastor,

1) Thank you very much for your teaching.

2) Tonight I was sharing with my wife and two children about grace and just talking about your ministry, and I wrote to ask about full measure of grace.

3) our son asked, if OT was of law n NT was grace, he recalled there was this story in Acts 5, where a couple was stuck died one after another having found to be dishonest "BUT A certain man named Ananias with his wife Sapphira sold a piece of property, (Acts 5:1 AMP)"

4) His question to me was if God shows grace in NT to believers why was such punishments? I told him I couldn’t answer. But I promised him should I get a response from you for the first question I will pose his question to you.

5) I will be grateful if you could share your thoughts on Ananias and Sapphira. Thank you and may God continues to bless you n your ministry. Amen

Dear Peter,

Grace is principally the empowerment of Jesus in us to change and obey God's laws of love. The same Jesus who was the Word and the God of what men have falsely called the "Old" Testament was both the One who smote Uzza dead in 2 Samuel 6:7 for touching what God forbade because it was holy. It was at the threshing floor, symbolizing a time, our time here at the end when the wheat will be separated from the chaff. Jesus is both the God of mercy and the God of judgment. Both fall within His name of Love, as with the Father Love. They cannot tolerate sin. There is a time for mercy and a time for judgment. Ananias lied to the Holy Spirit, a very serious sin that needed to be immediately punished as an example for others.

Grace and law are not divided up the way preachers tell it. Grace in the form of Jesus in us enables us to keep the law, the same law given in the First Testament, but stricter according to Matthew 5,6, and 7, to be observed in the spirit as well as the letter. It was prophesied in Jeremiah 31 that God would make it possible for Israel, the believers, to keep the same law Jesus gave through Moses (Hebrews 8 shows it had to be the same law since it quotes Jeremiah) by His indwelling presence we call grace (I Cor. 1:4) with a big G, Jesus.

The law and grace teaching in churches today is filled with deception. You simply cannot define the First Testament as law and the New as grace. The simplest way to understand it is to see the whole Bible as the Word, who is Jesus. He is the Law and He is Grace. The word Torah in Hebrew comes from the letters that signify, “that which comes from the man on the cross.” He gave the law, and then He came to die and then live in us so we could keep it in the letter and in the spirit. He became the Grace in us that enables us, unlike ancient Israel, to keep the law of love. The First Words of Jesus are the First Testament and the Last Words of Jesus are the Second or New Testament. The New Covenant is based on the same Ten Commandments as the Old Covenant. There were 613 laws in the First Testament, and there are 613 in the New. We cannot keep all of them without the Grace, Jesus, within us.

Jesus and the Holy Spirit’s actions in Acts 5 are not inconsistent at all with His actions in the First Testament. He is the same forever (Heb. 13:8). Your son is perceptive, and He sees through the errors and inconsistencies of the modern church, which is infected with over 9000 doctrines of demons. The dividing of law and grace and not seeing how they work together and how the whole Bible fits together is a major doctrine of demons. The main problem is that Christians don’t know the real Jesus since they see the Father as the mean, cruel God of the “Old” Testament rather than being as He is in fact the same Jesus who came to die for us and live in us by His grace to keep the law. When we see the same God, Jesus, who came to reveal the Father, who has the same character and outlook as Jesus, as the God of both testaments, no contradiction exists. Both grace and law are embodied in God’s character and name of Love. He shows mercy and He judges because of love.

Jesus Hates Christmas! Pastor Robert Scott
One of the greatest deceptions of our time is that of Christmas. You are seen as marginal or cultish if you don’t keep it, yet the Bible is clear we are not to use pagan customs to worship God (Deut. 12:30-32; Jer. 10:2-4; John 4:24). We are called to cry aloud and show God’s people their sins (Isa. 58:1). Our job is not popular, but it’s time people knew the truth about the lies that have brought destruction into their lives (Hos. 4:6). Fasten your seat belts!

We have had a number of questions about Christmas, and we have received many enlightening answers from those who know the truth about this popular holiday. The answers are presented by Laura K unless otherwise noted. They were originally written under the post on witchcraft # 9. In some cases only the answers are given.

Graham, The most powerful spells can be caste during the Dec 8th and Jan 8th each year. It is a time of magic but dark magic not as the public is seduced into believing in. Christmas represents the creation day of Satan, the birth of rebellion, the death of Abel, the coming of the nephilim (1st and 2nd), the birth of Nimrod, the birthday of magic, the establishment day of the Masons, and the establishment day of the Babylonian church.

Bonny E. the good luck of the cones was to represent the nephilim penis and a visit from them. It has always represented the male horn of sexual activity. It works so as to make the male jealous and to want to have sex with any woman near him.

Patsy, Only dinner bells call for magic or protection and are designed to be dangerous. The off-note tone attracts the demons.

What does the angel on the top of the tree represent?
Rodney, both the star and the angel represent Satan being asked to watched over the X-mas wishes to see that they get what they want in order to celebrate his creation day. Satan is the fallen star, and the earth bound angel that is ruling in the tree of good and evil.

Do angel hair and ice cycles have a special meaning that we also do not understand?
Rodney, Angel hair represents the spider webs of deception and lies. The ice cycles represents a quest for things that are bogus, phony, or scamming. When put upon a wall or ceiling it means to be stuck in religiosity and traditions, and in disregard for the truth. On a tree it means that one is ruled by the lusts of the flesh and that you are willing to fight against real love.

Are you saying that the things of Christmas are based on witchcraft and paganism? What about Jesus?
Carl N, there is no biblical correction or justification for keeping Christmas. Jesus was never involved in this day and try as they might, religious zealots cannot put him into it. All ancient records point to Satan worship, demon worship, and a mocking of God the Father. So do not hold your breath for Jesus to ever get involved in keeping that day.

Do you know why Christmas cake is made only for Christmas?
Molly, the fruitcake was a fall festival cake of thanks giving. The Christmas cake is similar to the fruitcake except that hard liquor was used in the making of it. The Christmas cake was designed to produce sexual increase and desire. The same as hot cross buns. They were designed to honor the perversions of the goddess Diana.

(In answer to question on stockings) Gunther, all sock hanging is part of the worship of Satan. Hanging the sock means that you are willing to turn your life walk over to betrayal and Satan's will. You sell your soul and life walk for whatever Satan decides to pay you for it.

There can’t be anything wrong with caroling, can there? Our family has done that for years.
Romona, Christmas songs were written as enchantments so that the singers are captured and so are the listeners. The music that accompanies the song is lulling and creates a state of hypnosis. The enchantments are addictive and permanently mind fixating. It often sets the spirit of religiosity over one’s head. Tamara

I think that you guys are selling fear about something beauty and good. What are you getting for telling things like that?
Mary T. I do not think that you have a clue of what is beauty and what is good. I also believe that you are biblically illiterate. Good is what God ask you to do, but you think what Satan says is good and what God says is evil. If you do not like to hear what God says is good, then don’t waste my time with your desire to stay in confusion. Tamara

(In answer to a question about wreaths) Allossi B., the wreath has different meanings depending on the area it comes from and how it is used. A wreath at a gravesite means that the demons are bound to the soul to torment it. A wreath on food means that the eaters of that food will submit to the demons sent to rule over them. A wreath over a bed means demons are allowed in the marriage and God is to be kept out. Over a door means that demons have been invited to form a hedge of protection around that house so that the word of God can never is understood in that home. On a door means that everyone who enters that door will submit to lust, perversion, and greed.

The New Circumcision Pastor Robert Scott
The following revelation is a précis of an entire sermon on this important subject given by Pastor Robert Scott after a Bible study by our apostle Gerald Budzinski on a similar subject. Some of this information we consider to be strong spiritual meat. We pray that those who have eyes to see and ears to hear will understand, and that others will receive it as a seed that will bring forth fruit later.

Physical circumcision was a big issue in the First Testament and in first century Christianity since most of the new converts to Jesus in the Judean area were Jews who were circumcised. Acts 15 was not a dispute about the Sabbath but about whether Gentiles had to be physically circumcised to be followers of Jesus. The answer was no.
Comparing two passages from Paul should convince anyone with an open mind for truth that Paul did not do away with the law as some claim. These passages also teach us something important about the new moons, a time to lay down our long-term sins and burdens to Jesus.
The first passage is Galatians 6:15. Paul said being a circumcised Jew or an uncircumcised Gentile was not the issue, “but a new creation.” Our spirits are dead in sin in Adam when we are conceived, but when we accept Jesus He plants the seed of eternal life in us. When we are baptized, our dead spirits that received the seed experience a crucifixion, death, and burial with Jesus, and a corresponding new life or creation in Him (Col. 2:11-13; Rom. 6:1-12). Our old selves conceived in sin die. A new life in Jesus begins. This is the first step in the New Covenant circumcision. But it is not the fullness of that circumcision.
Circumcision is a cutting away of the unclean, spiritual foreskins. When the old man dies in baptism, he is fully dead, that is, our spirit man that was dead in Adam is truly turned over to Jesus to identify with Him in His crucifixion, death, and resurrection. Paul said he would not glory in physical circumcision but in the cross of Jesus (Gal. 5:14).
Jesus is the Grace in us that represents that new creation (1 Cor. 1:4; Gal. 2:20). The parallel passage to Galatians 6:15 is 1 Corinthians 7:19 where Paul says circumcision is nothing, but “the keeping of the commandments of God.” Paul and the other New Testament writers use the word God to refer to the Father as opposed to Jesus, the second member of the Godhead. So these commandments are those we read in both Testaments, not simply those Jesus spoke after He, the Word, became flesh (John 1:1-18).
When we put the two passages together, we see that Jesus is the new creation in us that empowers us—that’s what grace is— with the supernatural ability to keep all the commandments of God, including those of the First Testament (Mat. 4:4). However, for the new circumcision, intimated and prophesied in Jeremiah 4:4 by the removal of “the foreskin of [our] heart,” to be complete, we must bow down and surrender the old ways of the heart at the new moon (Isa. 66:23).
The laying down of the old man at baptism was an important beginning of the circumcision process, the removal of the unclean to be replaced by the purity of Jesus’ righteousness. However, the baptism involved the real us, our spirit man. The new moon lay down involves our souls (heart, mind, and will) and our bodies so our “spirit and soul and body” can be prepared to meet Jesus (1 Thes. 5:23). In our spirits we have Jesus, the new creation, residing now. However, Jesus can be formed fully in our souls and bodies (Gal. 4:19) only when we lay down the long-term problems affecting our souls as God shows them to us every month.
Jesus’ seven sheddings of His blood for the fulfillment of the ninth covenant or New Covenant prophesied in Leviticus 16:14 is preceded by an eighth shedding of blood in the first part of the verse. This is the shedding of His blood as a baby on the eighth day by being circumcised. In so doing He paid for all the sins and mistakes His people had committed under the first eight covenants. This opened the door for all the unclean (Gentiles or unbelievers) to come to Jesus on the eighth day. The unbelievers not called today will be resurrected after the seventh millennium of Jesus’ rule on Earth, thus on the eighth day of one thousand years (Rev. 20:5). The Last Great Day or eighth day after the seven-day Feast of Tabernacles prophesied that day.
The good news of the New Circumcision of the new moon is that we can lay down the uncleanness of our hearts and minds in this age so we don’t have to wait till the eighth day. We can lay down our burdens to Jesus and be ready for the rapture and ruling with Jesus during the seventh millennium of man’s history. We can even reign now over our circumstances because we lay down the unclean things to Jesus to walk in His righteousness (Rom. 5:17).

Jesus' Name -- A Power Tool Unlike Any Other Pastor Robert Scott
The Name Tool

Many claim to know Jesus, but they only know “the Lord.” They do not know the power realized by those who hold the rod of all the names of Jesus written upon it, nor will they share in the new name (Rev. 3:12).

Jesus, as the Creator God, names what He created as to what it does. His name and names reflect the same principle. He is called a name for everything that He does for man. Each name we recognize and acknowledge is a moving name of power. It starts a process of knowing Jesus intimately as a bridegroom. How many of you would feel confident in not knowing your future mate, or even his or her name, before marriage, and not even his or her gender? Jesus will not marry a bride He does not know and especially one that does not know His name.

In Proverbs 30:3-4 a man named Agur made some astounding prophetic statements. He said that he had not learned the wisdom of the world, but as the correct translations explain, he did have the knowledge of the Holy One. He asked these questions: “Who has ascended into heaven and descended? Who has gathered the wind in His fists? Who has wrapped the waters in His garment? Who has established all the ends of the earth? What is His name or His son's name? Surely you know!”

Agur said that he had a knowledge of the Holy One that worldly wisdom, legalism, perfectionism, and even religiosity could not figure out. He knew the name that the Creator God would take as the Lamb of God. He prophesied that Jesus would ascend to heaven and return as King. He would prove Himself by stopping the storms of the sea. He would walk on the water as though one was walking on garments. He would establish the fixed portion of all the continents. He would reveal the Father and reveal His own new, special name. And finally, he says to all who claim to be intimate with Jesus, “Surely you know His new name” (Rev. 19:12).

Consider what Jesus says to us: “I know where you dwell, where Satan's throne is; and you hold fast My name, and did not deny My faith…” (Rev. 2:13). “… And I will give him a white stone, and a new name written on the stone which no one but he who receives it” (2:17). When you know Jesus, a name of power is to be given to you that will reflect your faithfulness to Jesus and His words.

The name of Jesus wields power that no other name can match: “And there is salvation in no one else; for there is no other name under heaven that has been given among men by which we must be saved” (Acts 4:12).

Father-haters, Confidence, and a Feast of Romancing Jesus Pastor Robert Scott
We received new understanding tonight from our apostle about confidence. So many of us have in the course of our lives as believers cast away our confidence, which has “great recompence of reward” (KJV—Heb. 10:35). Father haters have been especially guilty of this casting away. After sexual evaluations, this is the second major sign of the father hater who is stuck in unforgiveness. They rely on others for their confidence. Their false confidence relies on what people say. This approval addiction or bondage to what others think and say about them is one of the hardest things to shake loose of on the new moon or at this feast. The reason is that so many illogical fears are involved. What will the neighbors say, or what will so-and-so whom I look to for approval, leadership, and confidence, think or say about us? The feast is a time to start laying down to Jesus the reliance on people for our confidence. It has been said that God does not have grandchildren, meaning each of us needs an intensely personal relationship with Him and that’s what this feast is called to build in us as we exhort one another to love and good works.

Such false confidence is based on a house of cards, not on the rock of Jesus. Confidence in Jesus is cast away because of the fear of rejection. And when rejection and correction come, hostility arises with great offense taken. When we are fishing for compliments, all we reel in is emptiness.

Humble confidence is born of thankfulness, gratitude, teachability, ability to be corrected without it having to be done exactly according to how we think we should be treated, trusting God patiently for His solution in steadfastness. A humble person says, “I know I am loved,” whereas pride says, “I am not loved by God.” Jesus said He did nothing on His own but followed the instructions of the Father. Confidence involves trusting in God that He has our best interest always in mind.

When we cast away our confidence, it is not always easy to get it back. The Father draws us to Jesus who woos us. He reaches out for the rejected ones He describes as “squirming in your blood” (Ezek. 16:6). But after being washed clean by Jesus, most stray and cast aside their confidence in that love expressed for them. The Bride of Jesus, when she has spurned her Confidence, says, “I searched for him but I did not find him; I called him but he did not answer me…” (Song of Solomon 5:6). Jesus will woo us at the beginning, but when we stray, He waits on us to make the effort to truly seek Him with all our hearts before He responds (Jer. 29:12-13).

Will this Feast of Tabernacles, this agape or love feast, be the feast where we come back to Jesus in a zealous search for His love and confidence? Will we cease to go “down to Egypt” and “take refuge in the safety of Pharaoh” (Isa. 30:2)? The world is not where we should seek our confidence. Father hater or not, we all need to renew our confidence in Jesus at this feast of love.

We pray that wherever you are, and whatever your ability to rejoice in this feast, that Jesus will meet you where you are and will respond to your romance-like pursuit of the Lover of our soul.

New Moon Success! Pastor Robert Scott
New Moon—Keys to Success in the Turnover

We received a question on Freedom Blog as to why people new to the new moon lay down enjoy greater and more immediate success than those who have been doing it for years. In a search of the site, we found some of the reasons from other bloggers. Here is that list. Those who have success are characterized by the following attitudes and actions:

1. They have a zeal for better contact with Jesus.
2. They enter before Jesus in praise.
3. They are full of thankfulness and gratitude.
4. They have a true desire to change or eliminate from their life that which they give to Jesus.
5. They have no desire to call back what they turn over.
6. They are clear of spells, incantations, hexes, and curses.
7. They have attempted to make peace with anyone offended by them before coming to the altar.
8. They do not put the spirits of limitations or doubt on the Father or Jesus.
9. They don’t look at the new moon as a burden or routine, but rather as a key of joy for freedom.
10. They look forward to seeing themselves free, expecting to see change.
11. They don’t take on whininess, but rather joy in the exchange.
12. They desire to use their freedom to serve others and to be a light to others.
13. They meditate on Jesus and His solutions rather than on the problems.
14. They even turn over the good things in their lives in order to see things get better.
15. They come together in unity to pray for other's needs.
16. They are willing to get up and walk out in newness and in confidence of the answer.
17. They see God as a Giver of good things
18. They are not willing to compromise God's Word.
19. They are willing to ask the Father what He thinks needs to be turned over first and what they are prepared to deal with at that time.
20. They accept the blood of Jesus, not allowing themselves to be punished, persecuted, and accused by Satan.
21. They walk in love and accept God’s love, not listening to voices which say God does not love them.
22. They are real before Jesus, saying no to playing roles and living in false forgiveness.
23. They accept their identity in Jesus rather than labels they or others put upon them.
24. They don’t hold on to traditions, false beliefs, or doctrines of demons while pretending to obey Jesus.
25. They are willing to rejoice in another's freedom or blessings.
26. They don’t put in negative expectations.
27. They don’t forget to water seed sown.
28. They don’t praise themselves for any deliverance, but they give glory to God.
29. They don’ ask amiss for things to consume it on their lusts.
30. They don’t hold back what God shows them need to turn over.
31. They don’t hold fast to the deceptions of religiosity.
32. They don’t approach God with the “I don't want to attitude.”
33. They don’t come before Jesus leaving a trail of broken vows and promises.

Praise Reports—Jesus’ Power Greater than Satan’s Pastor Robert Scott
Let’s all rejoice with the angels that Rick has surrendered his pride to Jesus and all the power of witchcraft against him has come to a sudden halt. We have witnessed the power of witchcraft, but we know that Jesus’ power is greater than Satan’s. So let’s post here our praise reports of what Jesus’ power has done in our lives, either in general or against the forces of Satan.

I’ll begin. As a young pastor some forty years ago as I ventured out into a strange new country, France, to minister to people, Satan attacked me as we have recently learned with panic, hermes, intimidation, and overload to try to bring about mental breakdown. In the fall of 1973 I hardened my heart in unforgiveness toward a ministerial boss who was an instrument of the overload of trials that came upon me. The unforgiveness and tormenting demons resulted in deadly Legionnaire’s disease attacking me as a pastor in Quebec City in 1986.

Initially doctors did not know what it was or have any idea that the attack had caused an insult to the brain, and that the trauma of almost dying (the doc told my wife at the time I had three hours to live, and she later said I would be better off dead) had activated a family witchcraft curse of manic depression. After twelve years of hell, I had had enough, and called out to God for help, which came in the form of a man I saw on the other side of the room at church whom God showed me would help.

He was Gerald Budzinski, whom I had met briefly at a feast in Penticton in 1989. He had just been healed a month earlier of thirteen years of illness and was beginning to be activated into his apostolic anointing. He suggested I fast and led me to understand my unforgiveness, and “long story short,” seven people laid hands on me October 31, 1998, and I knew I was healed, even if my family did not believe nor want to, and after a brief battle against the many curses from people in my church, I began to walk in the healing and freedom. I am still a work in progress, laying down to Jesus the many problems in my past, including rejection and unlovability. I thank God that He is giving me the ability to keep up with this inspiring blog from which I am learning so much, and to write the many books He has given me to write, and looking forward to people reading all of them soon and experiencing the freedom God is giving me.

As we post our praises, let’s rejoice in the Sabbath day, the day that celebrates the defeat of Satan and his power forever!

Where Did Your Love Go? Part 2 Pastor Robert Scott
Our Father’s Love Never Fails

Job asked In Job 3:12, “Why did the knees receive me, And why the breasts, that I should suck?” When we consider the Hebrew, Job was asking, “Why was I blessed and protected until this attack? Where did Your love go, God, when things started going bad in my life? I saw Your love in the good times, but where is it in all these attacks? Where now is the comfort and provision of the abundant Provider El Shaddai?”
Jesus had to answer those questions on the way to the cross, and each of us in these last days must answer those questions.
“Does God still love me in times of trial? Does my Father Love truly care about what’s happening to me?” These are the questions we must answer as we seek to turn our hearts to our Father.
Will the loss of something or even everything cause us to lose our love, understanding, and loyalty to Jesus? Would the loss of a pastor, apostle, teacher, mate, or child cause us to leave the church of God and the love of Jesus?
Many of us have asked Job’s questions: “Why did You let me taste of Your goodness and then see it all taken away? Why did my mate and children seem to come to Jesus and then flee? Why was I healthy and then attacked with sickness?” David asked the same kind of questions in the Psalms.
Job was saying to God, “I didn’t ask to be a king, to be special, to get any special treatment. So why am I being singled out to be tried like this?”
We are also called to be kings. And the reason we are called is the reason Job was called: God knew that in our weakness we would humbly seek His help and rely on Him for correction and guidance.
Jesus and Job both prophesied that problems would come our way. Persecutions and demonic forces would try to break us of our resolve. Yet Jesus said, “… take courage; I have overcome the world” (John 16:33).
Moreover, He told us not to worry (Mat. 6:25; Phil. 4:6) and to go about the mission He gave us in Matthew 28:19-20, where He said, “I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”
He and Job were prophesying great troubles for us in the last days, but Job’s steadfastness in trial and Jesus’ words to us tell us that our Savior and Defender will never abandon us and will especially be with us in these last days.
The words of Job and his prophecies have been overlooked because of the false doctrine that the Old Testament, as men call it, is done away. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Here are God’s words of encouragement to us believers today, as we face the most turbulent and yet most exciting times in history: “For whatever was written in earlier times was written for our instruction, so that through perseverance and the encouragement of the Scriptures we might have hope. Now may the God who gives perseverance and encouragement grant you to be of the same mind with one another according to Christ Jesus” (Romans 15:4).
Jesus has declared that we are His witnesses and that no one, no person or demon, can snatch us out of His hand of love (Isa. 43:11-13; John 10:28-29). Our Father promises us that He will finish the work He started in us (Phil 1:6) and will be faithful to present us blameless before Jesus as His bride (1 Thes. 5:23-24). He encourages us not to lose heart and allow the trials to weary us (Gal. 6:9). Job didn’t have all the answers, but because of Job’s experience and Jesus’ words, we do have access to the answers.
Jesus has declared that we are His, that His hand is open for our defense, our help, our uplifting, and that we are His witnesses to the world. Satan may cause events that make it seem like God has let go of us. He hasn’t. So let’s not let go of Jesus. Lets turn our hearts to our Father, who is Love, and whose love for us never fails.
We must not let the pressures from Satan and the world break us. They should make us. God’s Word gives us the encouragement we need to turn our hearts to our Father Love and know in our hearts that He loves us: “Now may the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that you will abound in hope of the power of the Holy Spirit” (Romans 15:13).
Where did God’s love go? It never went anywhere. Our Father’s love has been with us through all the tough times, and as we turn our hearts to Him, He will lead us through the valleys of these last days, and we will dwell in His house of love forever.