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The Last Generation?

“But when you see Jerusalem surrounded by armies, then know that its desolation is near.  ~Luke 21:20


  • Israel claimed it’s independence in 1948.
  • The Bible says that this generation shall not pass away until all be fulfilled. (Luke 21:32)
  • A generation age can be considered as 70 or more years.
  • It has been 64 years since Israel became a nation… If this generation shall not pass away, isn’t this confirmation that we are living in the last days?
  • No man knows the hour or the day of Christ’s return. Matthew 24 gives us the signs of the time.

It is soooo important for us to be about the Fathers’ business! We have become a self-loving, greedy, perverse generation instead of showing love to one another. Loving one another is one of the greatest commandments given by Christ.

So, here is something for you to think about. Read the above scripture and search out the Word for yourself.

It’s time to forget about selfish gains and share Jesus with everyone!


You Are Here

Ever wonder how you got to where you are today? Most likely, you are like your parents in many ways or whomever raised you. If you have children of your own, what are you teaching them and where are you leading them?

As I look at today’s youth, I see many who are wandering from here to there, searching for something tangible. They are so unproductive and look here and there for a hand out. Most parents are not teaching their kids to work for what they receive. They are looking for someone to give them what they want or need for nothing. No commitment in anyway to anything.

Society today has it all wrong. My family is blessed, so I can’t complain. My husband was raised to work for your food or what ever you need and that God will bless you for it. He works 2 jobs to take care of our family of 2 adults and 4 children. Our first fruits, our tithe, is always given first! We give back to God for His blessings on us. Therefore, we are teaching our children that if you don’t work for what you need, don’t expect a hand out. They know the value of a dollar and that you don’t get it very easily. You teach a child from a young age that they have to do their part. Take out the trash, help wash or fold laundry, pick up toys, dust, etc. Responsibility is where it starts.

There are too many adults trying to be friends with teenagers or their children, so the child/teen are not getting the structure that they need. How are you going to be remembered when that child grows up? “The fun/ party house where we can do anything we want to”, or “the fun, loving home where I learned the basics for life?” Discipline has been thrown out the window also. You HAVE to correct a child/teen when they are doing wrong. If they are not corrected, they go on to be destructive. You can’t say, “Well, that’s just the way that they are.” No, you help to mold them into who they are. It doesn’t take away their individuality, it adds a good character trait.

Are you raising productive members of society? It’s never too late to start.