OTC #12: The Wrath to Come

2017-05-18T10:07:17+00:00 By |Podcast|

As we draw near to the second coming of Christ there is a prophetic urgency that brings both the same promise and the same meaning that John the Baptist did when he says that the axe is laid to the root of the tree. He is coming to thoroughly purge His threshing floor. He’s going to separate wheat from chaff. Also, in Malachi it talks about how, “He will purify the sons of Levi and refine them as gold and silver are refined.” He’s going to separate the dross from the pure. Separate sheep from goats, foolish from wise.

Well, it happened once; and I believe it’s going to happen again, and it is happening, as God raises up the same spirit and power of Elijah here in these last days: to warn God’s people to come out of her so that they don’t suffer the same judgment.

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  1. Kendall Albright May 19, 2017 at 11:30 am - Reply

    It’s all in Jesus, such freedom such Peace all by Him, all in Him, Jesus All, All, All.

  2. Shane. Humbert May 20, 2017 at 7:37 pm - Reply

    Hey do you still have and SALE your messages on CD i really hope you do? If you do can I get a copy of them and the price? Thanks Shane

  3. Sandrine May 31, 2017 at 12:57 am - Reply

    Hi Chip,
    Thank you… Just one point worries me…
    I struggle with the organizational concept..
    We were always taught (or reproached) for not being organized enough… That we had to stop being Children not worrying about anything, lounging… then banging everything at the last minute, with lightness without any serious.. To be presumptuous and to avail of a super faith and assurance that God will come to us help and will inspire us at the last minute.

    That we must begin to become adults and prepare sermons in advance … well organize all meetings … well organize everything in advance … because God is a God of order and So no mess … and that’s what He expects of us. Period.

    But are you telling us the contrary? That in what we do there should be no organization … or very little? Or is there a balance to be found?

    • Chip Brogden June 1, 2017 at 4:48 am - Reply

      Everything is in balance. Organization to the point of choking the spirit and life out of a person is going too far. Also, I think one must distinguish between “being orderly” and “being organized” or feeling the need to have a religious “organization.”

      • Sandrine June 26, 2017 at 12:53 am - Reply

        Hello Chip,

        Thank you for the answer… it helps me to see a little more clearly.

  4. Kristin (from California) :) June 4, 2017 at 2:11 pm - Reply

    Ahhhhh…Chip….. I love your teaching, as always. I covertly listen… don’t always tell YOU that I listen! Hahahaha! But I loved your story here about the man who brings a guitar to a home church… and then the evolution of what happens next! If I hadn’t experienced this, I wouldn’t have laughed so hard! Bless you, brother. (Man… Seattle conferences seem like a lifetime ago! Oh! That’s because it WAS!!!!) 😀

    • Chip Brogden June 4, 2017 at 2:21 pm - Reply

      Thanks for listening Kristin. Seems like another lifetime ago, but I’m still saying the same thing!

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