Call To Anguish

The Holy Spirit is moving us into a new realm in these very last days. It started within this past month. Listen with your spiritual ears and see with your spiritual eyes. He is calling “Wake Up” and stop playing church. He is calling His true believers to “Anguish” over the condition of the church and the fact that souls are being lost at an unprecedented rate. The Holy Spirit is pleading with us that time is very short. The spread of Islam is knocking at our very doors. We have to stop being worried about the football and sport’s scores and start being concerned with what is happening to the dying world around us.

“What is that, you don’t hear it?” Now I am pleading, “Get right with the Lord before it is too late.” Oh, you say you go to church and are busy doing mighty works for the Lord! I will then ask you these questions: “When was the last time you were in anguish over lost souls?” “When was the last time your church and its leaders were in anguish and literally weeping over the lost?” “When was the last time you took action to lead a pure holy life of separation?” “When was the last time you felt the fire of the Lord raging inside of you?” “When was the last time you were totally broken so the Lord could use you according to His purposes, not yours?”

I challenge everyone to listen to the following three sermons. I guarantee, if you still have a pliable heart, that you will not be the same after you listen to them:

1. ‘A Call To Anguish’
Part of a sermon delivered by David Wilkerson who founded the Times Square Church NYC

2. ‘The Final Pleading of Conscience’ Sermon delivered by Carter Conlon on November 15, 2015 at Times Square Church NYC

The Final Pleading of Concience.MP4

3. ‘The Covering’ Sermon delivered by Carter Conlon on November 8, 2015 at Times Square Church NYC

The Covering.MP4

I would like to leave you with three short things to read and ponder in your mind:

1. “We need to wake up and strive to believe God. Before God could bring me to this place, He broke me a thousand times. I have wept; I have groaned. I have travailed many a night until God broke me. We will never have the gifts of healing and the working of miracles in operation unless we stand in the divine power that God gives us, unless we stand believing God and ‘having done all’ (Eph. 6:13), we still stand believing.” (Smith Wigglesworth)

2. “Not by might nor by power, but by My Spirit,” says the Lord of hosts. (Zechariah 4:6)

3. Finding Your Fire.PDF

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