Thought of the Day
Thought of the Day:
Loving with passion his creation, and even more than himself, God left us through the authoritarian but diligent voice of the Lord Jesus, an accurate picture of events, social mechanisms and at the same time the trend that ‘authentic faith’ will have in the end times.
“Because of the increase of iniquity”, says the Savior of the world, “the love of many shall wax cold, but he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved”.
Subjecting this short text to analysis, we observe some causal principles that, due to the cultural and religious distortion of perception, we gradually lost sight of, thus exposing ourselves to their risks.
We find out that the multiplication of iniquity will automatically generate on earth a much more complex phenomenon, than it seems at first sight, and which is summed up in the expression ‘the cooling of love’. The meaning of which has been somewhat lost due to faulty usage in church language.
Knowing that biblical “love” (gr: agape) is nothing but the main form of manifestation, or classically speaking, the attitude that the Godhead produces in man through His Holy Spirit (see Gal. 5:22), the expression “love” Most will grow cold ”indicates that man will somehow get rid of the Spirit of God, replacing him in his unnatural intense desire and lust for sin, with passions springing from the typical selfishness of postmodernity, where man was crowned king all -sufficient.
Knowing that only those who will keep to the end the cadence of authentic faith will be saved and not those who indulge in a worldly life but ironically trumpeted as ‘in the name of God’ we should take responsibility and meditate carefully and diligently on The mysterious words of the Savior, so today we learn the need to adopt a noble attitude, passed through the filter of authentic faith, while considering that we are in the final moments of history, when the One who comes will come and will not linger, and the one Righteous will live only by practicing the perfect Faith of Christ!
Pastor Florin Antonie