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Slander vs Truth

The content was written in March 2022 and was also shared in 2023.

Slander is the act of making false and damaging statements about someone with the intention of harming their reputation. Speaking the truth to expose an injustice, untruth, or illegal or corrupt behavior is different because it involves bringing to light facts that are accurate and verifiable. This is especially important when it comes to protecting God’s people, as scripture teaches us to love and care for one another.

Indeed, it’s essential to use scripture to guide our actions and to ensure that we are acting in accordance with God’s will and word. Moreover, it’s necessary to approach these situations with love and compassion rather than self-righteousness or a desire for personal gain. The truth is sufficient and does not require any money or sowing a seed to provide it. If you want to give and support a person called by God, serving His Kingdom, then so be it. Do it from your heart. ( ref: 2 Corinthians 9:7).

Speaking of the present times, Biblically, we are living out a divide in the church, where the wheat and tares are under scrutiny, and a spiritual war is going on. The devil’s enemy has built a camp of mega-churches that have suppressed faith and led people far from the Holy Spirit, causing them to lust after prosperity and material wealth on earth. At the same time, God has built up an army of His own to love, speak the truth, and carry out the orders of the ministry to build disciples and baptize in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

Furthermore, there is a significant distinction between a pastor and a prophet, and each possesses unique gifts. Consequently, one should not expect prophetic teachers who edify to resemble those worldly wonders who merely scratch the surface. On the contrary, God’s prophets have been prepared through challenging experiences to unveil profound truths that nourish the earth.

—In an obedient world, pastors and prophets should work together harmoniously. Unfortunately, due to false teachers in pulpits pretending to be prophets, there is division and widespread confusion among the people. These individuals in error are falsely discrediting the authentic prophets in order to maintain their corrupt positions driven by monetary gain. One is screaming “POWER,” while the other exhibits God’s power humbly.

Now take a look at the Gospel of Matthew 28:19-20 which describes Christ’s Great Commission: Jesus said,

“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

Therefore, it’s critical to discern the times. At the same time, these times include the Gaslighting of the true Ekklesia by the old systems of religion and charlatans. They refuse to repent and rebel covertly, downplaying the genuine Holy Spirit in His people, just like the Pharisees before them. Indeed, these people are celebrity pastors and preachers that span the earth, and frankly, the people adore them.

However, a person who says they live for the Lord will obey the Lord and serve Christ in truth, not their commitment and friendships to the leadership in the buildings, or weasel their way into worldly positions of power to rub shoulders with Kings.

Certainly, these churches also know what is happening but pretend to be the people God has chosen, yet do not align with any of the scripture’s true meaning. Sadly, they use God’s word to manufacture ideas for their own gain, which is a harmful tactic used to protect lies and discredit the truth.

Despite the difficulty of these situations for God’s people and many members of the Ecclesia body, it is vital to continue carrying out the mission and ministry of Jesus Christ with honesty and integrity.

That said, above all, the truth is King, so do not be dismayed or surprised if society rebels or is far removed from the truth because of the rebellious who tickle ears for a living.

Indeed, the Lord knows who is honest and who are the swindlers. Significant change is coming and will be difficult when the Ekklesia rises up globally and the change isn’t going to be easy for some people, but neither will the outcome be for those who do not genuinely repent.

The Bible teaches that as believers in Christ, we are called to be set apart from the world and to live a holy and spiritual life. This is because we are not of this world, but we belong to Christ, who has chosen and called us out of the world.

In John 15:19, Jesus says, “If you belonged to the world, it would love you as its own. As it is, you do not belong to the world, but I have chosen you out of the world. That is why the world hates you.” This verse confirms the truth of this teaching.

Unquestionably, Christ has chosen us to be set apart. In Romans 12:2, Paul instructs us not to conform to the patterns of this world but to be transformed by the renewing of our minds. This means we are to change our way of thinking and align it with the Word of God rather than following the ways of the world.

In 1 Peter 2:9, it is declared that we are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, and God’s special possession. This verse reminds us of our identity in Christ and the fact that we are called to be set apart from the world. I share an abundance of scripture to help you see and discern the times.

Look at 1 John 2:15-17, where we are warned not to love the world or the things in the world because they are passing away. Instead, we are to do the will of God and abide in Him. Please take the time to pray about this word and the Father’s desires for the Spiritual Body, and remember that the Bride is the Ecclesia, not the religious systems put into place to exalt men above God, masked by illegitimate usage of scripture.

Finally, let’s end with 2 Corinthians 6:17, where we are instructed to come out from among the unbelievers and be separate, and to touch no unclean thing. This is a call to live a holy and separate life from the world, and as believers in Christ, we are called to live a holy and spiritual life set apart from the ways of the world.

Indeed, Christ desires to ensure that we are not deceived and fall away from God before the return of Christ for His bride.

Much love and respect,

Sister Christine

C. Brejcha ©️
The content was fwritten in March 2022 and was also shared in 2023.

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