Past the pain comes reward through faith in Jesus Christ


Good Morning,

I encourage everyone during these devastating times, especially amidst the Maui fires and America’s riots, the political tyranny, and the rotting of the moral principles in religious establishments, while sex, pedophilia, and perversion escalate in America to take time alone with Jesus Christ to defuse. Make time and repent for the hatred it’s causing among one another—to ask God for the strength to forgive and live out the scriptures in truth.

While our youth continue destabilizing through drug use, robbery, murder, and looting, the enemy is influencing people to hate one another, and the chains are strengthening and increasing across our nation.

It is disheartening to witness the corruption in both the church and secular society, with elements of Satanism permeating the media, entertainment, and various aspects of human life. Yet through the love of Jesus Christ, genuine believers are not consumed but saddened and doing something about it in our homes, families, and communities.

1 Peter 4:8
And above all things have fervent charity among yourselves: for charity shall cover many sins.

Amid these challenges, let us remember the love of Christ and strive to make a positive difference.

John 13:35
By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples if ye have love one to another.

Indeed, we may face prosecution or persecution for our passion and commitment to honor the love and Holy Spirit of Jesus Christ. Still, our ultimate reward lies in heaven, and the Bible says, “Blessed are the peacemakers.”

Now is the time to forgive but not to forget, for that would be unwise. Instead, let us meditate on the Scriptures and pray for everyone, including the wicked, for they need Jesus just as we all do.

By keeping our hearts pure and extending love to all, we can contribute to positive change in this world.

The Lord gave me a vision in a dream of hatred two nights ago; it was alarming, and without causing upset from what I have witnessed, love is the message I promote.

While the worldly may focus on impressing one another and living out of an empty bag filled with false security and judgment, Jesus calls us to repentance and to live with humility, authenticity, and goodness toward one another. Christ calls us to love, forgive, and show His Grace to those around us.

Indeed, we get angry, and the evil behavior of many people can press us to the core, but we do not submit to it but offer it to God.

And while it’s easy for some to act out, it is difficult for a genuine Christian to treat people poorly. I find it incredibly easy to be kind, so it is disheartening to see how difficult it can be for some people to accept kindness. I find more people suffering the sicknesses of their past, which influences their poor behavior today. And speaking from experience of acting out poorly, Jesus was patient with me. He showed me love and kindness, forgiveness and tolerance, so who are we not to do the same?

It’s not always easy, but through Christ, it’s genuinely possible. We are a reflection of our God and faith or a mirror of the blame many place on others while living in guilt and refusing to be accountable.

Even worse, some actively try to hurt good, loving, and faithful people, unjustly vilifying us as evil.

Isaiah 5:20
Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!

I pray over each of you for the Spirit of the Lord’s love, patience, mercy, and tolerance to be upon you. May you renew your commitment to excellence in Christ, even in the face of scorn and corruption.

I pray for families to be united and for spiritual healing to take place. May your faith rise and any feelings of despair disintegrate in the mighty name of Jesus.

It’s time for Bible study. Start your own; the word of God begins at home and filters out into the communities and churches, not the other way around.

Much Love,

Sister Christine

C. Beach ©️

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