POURED OUT FOR THE NATIONS:WATCH THEREFORE! RADIO MINISTRY WITH DOV SCHWARZ

RIGHTEOUS JOB PART 1
RIGHTEOUS JOB PART 1
RIGHTEOUS JOB PART 1

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This is a two part teaching by Pastor Dov Schwarz on ‘Righteous Job’.

 

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Glory to the Name of Jesus our King who is coming soon!

Pastor Dov Schwarz

Poured Out For The Nations

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Dov Schwarz: A Prophesied Perilous Generation

We should be a harbor of safety for people in the midst of the shark infested waters of this perilous generation.

We should be a harbor of safety for people in the midst of the shark infested waters of this perilous generation.
We should be a harbor of safety for people in the midst of the shark infested waters of this perilous generation.

This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good, traitors, heady, high minded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God; Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away.

2 Timothy 3:5

Some would tell us that since the last days began in Acts 2 at Pentecost this verse must speak of all generations since then. But notice Paul is in the “last days” when he writes this passage to Timothy. Paul is speaking of a future and final generation in the last days. The character of people is summed up in one word “SELFISHNESS”. They are a people who are lovers of themselves which then causes their spiral downward expressed in these horribly dark tendencies. The worst of all is that they love themselves more than our Creator and Savior though they have a wolf in sheep’s clothing false appearance of Him. They deny the power of the true and living God which is the gospel of Jesus Christ (Romans 1:16).

It is painfully obvious with the signs of famine, floods, earthquakes in various places, pestilences, wars, and the specifically Biblically prophesied nations coming against the physically re-established nation of Israel that this perilous generation is upon us!

The best thing to do is make sure of two things: One is that we are not in this category of apostasy, and the second, with the exception of sharing the gospel with them and being a witness to our Lord Jesus, is to stay away from folks who are! What I mean is do not have “unequally yoked” ties with them.

Today is a day to be the opposite of these perilous people. Be lovers of our Lord Jesus and other people more than yourself. Be generous, boasting on Jesus and those He sends to help you for any accomplishments in your life. Let’s be humble, with our speech honoring our Abba Father and a reverence toward our parents or the memory of those who are passed. In Africa, where I often preach the gospel, they are often thankful for the little they have while we seem to have lost the gratefulness to the Lord for having food, clothing, and a warm bed at night. We should be holy reflections of Messiah Jesus, loving the closest among us in our own homes, keeping our word, and looking at our own sins before those of others. Gentleness and kindness should be our testimony along with loyalty, lowliness, lovers of the Lord and His people. Our godliness should emanate from the firm foundation of faith in our crucified and risen Savior. We should be a harbor of safety for people in the midst of the shark infested waters of this perilous generation.

I pray these things become the reality of our testimony so that we will not be ashamed when King Jesus returns for us: And now, little children, abide in him; that, when he shall appear, we may have confidence, and not be ashamed before him at his coming. 1 John 2:28 

Glory to the Name of Jesus our King who is coming soon!

Pastor Dov Schwarz

Poured Out For The Nations

www.pouredoutforthenations.com

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Poured Out For The Nations

P.O. Box 564, Pearland, Texas 77588 USA

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Those Who Sow In Tears – By Dee Warren

Dee Warren 2012 Rwanda & DR Congo Mission Trip

“Those who sow in tears Shall reap in joy.” Psalm 126:5

After just having returned from my 10th mission trip to Africa, third to Rwanda and the DR Congo, I’m reminded of my first trip in 2002 when I went in tears and a broken heart from a 41 year marriage that had just abruptly come to an end.

As always I see and hear heartbreaking and troubling things in this part of Africa that has seen its share of turmoil, fighting, even death, and I remember why the Lord sent me in my own tears and heartache, because I know Jesus and so many there do not.

Dee Warren 2012 Rwanda & DR Congo Mission Trip
Felicia Joseph, Carole Meteh, Dee Warren & Senaah Ellis (Short Term Missionaries) at a Women’s Conference in DR Congo

At a women’s conference our last two days in the Congo, after a lesson on how powerful our personal testimony can be regarding the trials we have experienced and how the Lord has walked with us through them, I asked for testimonies from the women of Emmaus Church of Christ, DR Congo.  Their testimonies always blow me away.  One young lady stated “our men are mean here, plus Huttu men are coming in and raping us.”  Then she asked this question “Sister, what can we do about this?”  I reminded her this was not God’s original plan when he created man and woman, but very quickly into his creation sin came into His beautiful garden and we live now in such a fallen world where evil is everywhere and I am sorry for what you are going through here.  I then asked her if she knew Jesus as her Savior, and she said yes, but not with conviction in her voice.

In the night it became evident to me from this woman’s response that with this group of women I had taught them about my testimony and others had shared theirs, but I failed to address how they too can have this Jesus who saves and rescues, who walks us through our valleys.  Graciously the Lord sent me back to this same group of women the next day and I was able to tell them that although you cannot escape where you live, when you have Jesus as your Savior, there is nothing man can do to take salvation from you.  If you are here today and you don’t know this Jesus, things will get much worse for you when you die, even worse than they are now where you live.  I explained to them when Jesus was here on earth doing His public ministry, many people missed Him then because they wanted somebody to “fix” today, “fix the oppression they had from Rome.”  They even shouted “come down off the cross Jesus, save yourself Jesus, then I will believe.”

Today in the world, many still miss Jesus because they are looking for somebody to “fix” today, instead of seeing that He has done something far greater, He has fixed eternity so that we can spend it with Him instead of with Satan, the one who hates us so much and causes the hearts of men to be so mean that they would rape innocent women.  I reminded them of the danger of seeing the sins of others who hurt us, but not recognizing that it is our own sin that separates from God and it is from our sins that we must be forgiven if we are to be saved.  When I told them what the Bible says about the free gift of salvation that God has given to all of us through His Son Jesus Christ, how we must accept this gift for ourselves before we die, six women responded and received Jesus.  Among the six was the young woman who the day before had asked “Sister, what can we do about what is happening to us today?”

Jennifer Gilbert, Dee Warren & Carole Meteh giving their testimonies at a Women's Conference in Africa
Jennifer Gilbert, Dee Warren & Carole Meteh giving their testimonies at a Women’s Conference in Africa

During my own tears and heartache the Lord sent me to Africa in 2002 and over time, He has replaced the heartache and tears I had with His joy and a passion for His people in Africa like I could never dream or imagine.   I don’t know why the Lord has chosen me to be His witness in His beautiful Africa, but I am certain that He has and He has reminded me of these verses in Psalms 126:5-6 “Those who sow in tears Shall reap in joy.  He who continually goes forth weeping,  Bearing seed for sowing, Shall doubtless come again with rejoicing,  Bringing his sheaves with him”

I sowed His word in my own tears and He has brought a harvest in His time in the places He has led me to go.  I praise Him for this Sister who was so lost she could only see her situation as it is today here on earth.  Now she has eyes to see that here on this earth what she experiences is all the hell she will ever have, and when the Lord takes her home, she will live without pain, sorrow, heartache, and best of all, in the presence of the One, Jesus Christ, who loved her enough to die for her too.  Today I am shouting with joy – Bwana asifiwe – Praise the Lord that He loves us so and will save all from our sins who will believe.