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L. A. Marzulli

Prayer…
What is prayer? It is taking our requests to the God of the  Universe. He hears them and answers them, sometimes in ways that confound us.
Prayer is not some rote repetition like saying the “rosary” with a gazillion hail-Mary’s or mindless mantra like the Hindu’s repeat over and over again, or bowing before some idol, fashioned by the hand of man.
Prayer is communicating our requests to the Lord of Hosts, the King of Kings, the one who fashioned us,  the keeper of our souls. As Noah Hutchings’  used to say: “Prayer changes things.”
Sometimes we don’t know what to pray about. We can be faced with a situation that overwhelms us. Recently a fellow Brother in Christ, wrote a nasty hit-piece on me in regards to the Fairy that we debunked. Now on the one hand I don’t want to curse this person or wish him any ill will, but on the other, what he said was beyond the pale. I talked to my Elder Brother, Gary Stearman about this and Gary suggested I say this: Lord, render unto this man according to his works. That works, as it takes me out of the equation and puts the matter in the hands of the Living God. What I love about this prayer is that it puts the onus on the Lord and not on me.
This is true of other situations that can come into our life. There can be people at our work-place that have a anti-Christian spirit on them. They can be a thorn in our side. This is where this prayer comes into play. We don’t want to curse, we want to bless, but when someone is doing something that is blatantly wrong, we learn to turn it over to God and let Him take care of it.
chuck-misslerThen there’s the situations that are completely overwhelming. Someone we love gets cancer, someone suddenly dies, a loved one is in a horrible accident. We often wonder why God allows these things to happen. This is where our trusting in Him comes into play and this is not an easy thing to do. Chuck Missler recently lost both his wife of decades, as well as son, all within a few months of each other. When I was sitting with Chuck at the recent K-House Conference I asked him if he had any suggestions, words of encouragement for my ministry. Chuck would not let go of my hand and he stated this. “God has an unfulfilled desire. He desires our trust. “
Think about this. When our lives are going well and there’s money in the bank and food in the frig and the bills are all paid it’s easy to give thanks and rest in the Lord. On the other hand ,when we’re faced with adversity it can be very hard to trust.
When our youngest daughter was diagnosed with Leukemia years go—she’s a survivor and is now 26—it threw our household into disarray. I look back and wonder how we got through this time. It was hard and there were times when my Wifey would cry herself to sleep. God brought us through, as He has time after time.
But then there are the situations that happen where it seems like God is far away, like He has abandoned us. Life can appear hopeless, and we can despair of life altogether. At this time we must rely on God’s word and put up our shield of Faith knowing that He cares for us. We must continue to pray and praise Him. We must stand and after doing everything we can, stand.
Prayer changes situations. Prayer is our offensive weapon against the enemy. Prayer is what we do all day long, every day. Prayer is good and the churches should do a lot more of it than the 2 minutes each Sunday morning. Think about it. The body of Christ is gathered together and we have an opportunity to pray collectively. To bring our voices and prayers in unison over situations. What an opportunity and yet most churches don’t engage in prayer.
With that in mind. There will be a few thousand people who will read this today. Let’s pray…
Rose needs our prayers as she has cancer and is not eating. She’s losing weight. Her husband has quit his part-time job to take care of her. This is a dire situation.
Jane has a brain tumor and both she and her husband are not believers. They need prayer for salvation, and healing.  She has been diagnosed with less than 2 years to live.
Rick who has lung cancer is in a lot of pain.
Let’s remember to lift these folks up throughout the week as prayer changes things….

 

Sunday Go to Meeting Bun!

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Sunday Bun

by

L. A. Marzulli

 

If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. 1 John 1:8

The other day I went out for my  morning run—I’m up to almost 6 miles now!—and as I was running I was thinking about the fact that Jesus never sinned… not once! I compared this astonishing fact to my own life, realizing that I sin throughout the day in a variety of ways. Oh, and by the way so do you!  LOL
Think about it for a moment. Someone cuts you off on the freeway. A mechanic charges you double from what his estimate was. Your wife accidentally backs into your car in the driveway, so now there’s two cars with dents not just one! Your child talks back to you.  A secretary at work dresses provocatively causing you to have lustful thoughts—there’s a novelty! LOL! You see someone you still hold a grudge against after a decade of trying to forgive them. The list is endless and I could spend thousands of words listing all of the things we humans do, which the Bible tell us is sin.
Then we compare all of our faults, shortcomings, and sin to Jesus life and we realize that He never sinned, not once, not ever. Incredible. How did He do it? Some of you will say when Jesus drove out the Moneychangers from the Temple that was sin. Not so fast Citizen! There is righteous anger which is not sin and this is what Jesus was operating under.
Jesus mission, His overreaching  goal in life was to act as a sacrifice for the sin of all mankind, from Adam to the distant future when He will return. He accomplished this when He gave His life for everyone at Calvary. No one took His life from Him, He laid it down by His own will.

1My little children, I am writing these things to you so that you will not sin. But if anyone does sin, we have an advocate before the Father—Jesus Christ, the Righteous One.  He Himself is the atoning sacrifice for our sins, and not for ours alone, but also for the sins of the whole world. By this we can be sure that we have come to know Him: if we keep His commandments.… 1 John 2:2

If we are honest, this entire affair is a great mystery. However, Jesus atoning sacrifice is rooted in the Biblical Prophetic Narrative, which states in Genesis 3: 15:
And I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and hers; he will crush your head, and you will strike his heel.”
This is the first prophecy of the promise of Messiah. This statement sets up rest of The Cosmic Chess match, the rest of the narrative that we find in our Bibles, the one who will crush the serpent’s head.
To do this, He had to be without sin and this is why He is called The Lamb of God. Jesus is the SACRIFICIAL Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world.
In closing the BUN. We will all die in our sins unless we come to the one who has the power over sin. The one who can set us free. The Messiah, Jesus.
 If you think you know Him but you don’t know Him, then you don’t know him. He loves you and gave His life for you, and me and every person on this planet. He is the way the truth and the life. He is going to return soon and set up His kingdom! Maranatha!

 

 

 

Sunday Go To Meeting Bun! The Occult in our Government

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Sunday Go to Meeting Bun

by

L. A. Marzulli

Woe to those who call evil good
and good evil,
who put darkness for light
and light for darkness,
who put bitter for sweet
and sweet for bitter!
Woe to those who are wise in their own eyes,
and shrewd in their own sight!
Woe to those who are heroes at drinking wine,
and valiant men in mixing strong drink,
who acquit the guilty for a bribe,
and deprive the innocent of his right!

Isaiah 5: 20-23

We are in a window of time when the scripture above is perhaps more applicable than any other time in history. The release of information by Wikileaks, Julian Assange, pointing to the possible links between Bill Clinton and the nefarious Pedophile Island that he allegedly visited over 20 times, speaks volumes, if it’s true.
Then there’s the John Podesta “Spirit Cooking” revelation.
Of course the media is telling us this really has nothing to do with Satanism, and we should all go back to sleep. Don’t you love these pundits who tell is that there’s no fire where the smoke is? What double talk!

Woe to those who call evil good
and good evil,
who put darkness for light
and light for darkness

http://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2016/11/04/no-john-podestas-spirit-cooking-wasnt-above-devil-worship-n2241548
Something wicked this way comes… no, it’s already here. Is it possible that sections of our government have bought into satanic rituals and occult practices?
Why would anyone in their right mind attend an event like the spirit cooking event that Wikileaks revealed? http://www.infowars.com/spirit-cooking-clinton-campaign-chairman-invited-to-bizarre-satanic-performance/
USP NFL: SUPER BOWL XLIX-NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS VS S S FBN USA AZThink about this. How many of our Super Bowls engage in openly occult themes? Katy Perry riding the beast. Madonna with a full-blown illuminati spectacle dazzling the untrained eye and leading those who are unaware into the world of the occult.
ga-gaWhat will this years Lady—she’s no lady—Gaga do with her “moment” in front of millions of Americans? Give us the Baphomet sign like she did last year?
At the end of my presentation at the Deception in the Desert Conference, I stated that Christians should completely boycott the Super Bowl, stand up and say enough of the in-you-face-occult nonsense that now has become the mainstay of the so-called half-time show. We want no part of it.
In addition to this, in my opinion, we have a president who epitomizes the scripture above. I’ve stated this before and do so again now, that of all the pressing issues that our country is faced with Obama focuses on Transgendered bathrooms, which affects less than 1% of our population. Then there’s the gay marriage “laws” forced down our throats by what amounts to judicial fiat, by the supreme court “justices.”
Woe to those who call evil good and good evil.
In closing todays BUN. Our Bibles tell us that in the last days perilous times will come. In my opinion they are here. We are living in a time unlike any other and surely the King must be getting ready to mount His white Horse and ride to the earth to set up His literal millennial Kingdom.
There’s no way to fix the hearts of men and women who are engaged in acts like spirit cooking, except for these misguided folks to come to Jesus and be healed.
There’s no way to mend the rot that is now embedded in what appears to be the highest levels of our government except perhaps to vote The Donald in who promises us he will drain the swamp.
However, there may be only one way to fix the mess we find ourselves in and it’s UP! Even so, come Lord Jesus come, and fix this broken planet.
Maranatha!

Sunday Go to Meeting Bun!

Bun

Sunday Bun

by

L. A. Marzulli

The deceitfulness of Sin

Let no man say when he is tempted, I am tempted of God: for God cannot be tempted with evil, neither tempteth he any man: But every man is tempted, when he is drawn away of his own lust, and enticed. Then when lust hath conceived, it bringeth forth sin: and sin, when it is finished, bringeth forth death.  James 1:13
When I say this word, sin, at conferences come people cringe. If I talk about it on the radio the host may become uncomfortable. If I confront a non-believer and talk about sin they can start to squirm… literally.
There’s a reason for this. Most of us don’t want to look at our sin, our depravity, our fallen nature. However, the Christian faces his or hers sin, head on, confesses it, asks for forgiveness and then, realizes that our sins are separated from us, as far as the east is from the west, because of the cross of Jesus!
Sin creeps into our lives. James tells us that a man is drawn away by his own lust. Here’s how it works.
A thought may pop into our heads. We may find ourselves making a case against someone in our minds. Soon, we can become bitter against this person, and we find ourselves looking at them with disdain, jealousy, hatred, or envy.
We all fall short of the glory of God. We are all sinners. We all have a fallen nature. Everyone needs the saving grace of Jesus the Messiah.
The Bible tells us: If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. If we say that we have not sinned, we make him a liar, and his word is not in us.  1John 1: 8-10
When we sin it can cause us to turn away from God in our shame. We can stop reading His word, fellow-shipping with one another and even stop going to church. Sin, truly leads to death, if it is not checked.
Then there are sins that some of us repeat over and over again. These are habitual sins, and there is usually a stronghold in our life that must be dealt with.
This is when fasting and praying and confessing our sins to another comes into play, as we can break the power of sin in our lives through the greater power of the Spirit of the Living God, who can cleanse us from our sin, and heal the festering wound, or the root of the sin, the stronghold in our lives.
What sin are you struggling with today? Do you feel helpless against it? Does it overpower you? Do you find yourself doing the things that you don’t want to do, just like Paul admits to us in Romans, 7?
The good news is this: Nothing can separate us from the love of God, as there is now no condemnation in Jesus. We are cleansed from our sin by His atoning work on the cross. He truly has taken our sins upon Himself and through His stripes we are healed.
Jesus loves you and me just where we are. He was tempted in all things yet never stumbled. He knows our frame and he remembers that we are but dust.
Go to Him today and confess your sin, ask for forgiveness and then walk in victory and grace.

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday Go to Meeting Bun!

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Sunday Bun
by
L. A. Marzulli

Rejoice in the Lord always: again I will say, Rejoice.
Let your forbearance be known unto all men. The Lord is at hand. (Philippians 4, 5)

I remember hearing this for the first time and wondering how the heck is this possible when we face all the trials and tribulations that life can throw at us.
In other words what if there’s sickness in the family? How about a financial crises, or a family member is  hooked on drugs or alcohol? What about a loss of employment? Your house is foreclosed on? You’ve been accused falsely? Your car was broken into and your laptop and cell phone were stolen? A loved one dies unexpectantly? How do we rejoice when hit with situations like this?
When my children were little they watched movies. Most were about 90 minutes long. At the end of 90 minutes everything worked out. There was a happy ending. I used to tell them, when they were older, that life was not a movie. Sometimes situations take years before they resolve. Other times they never resolve at all.
The point I’m making is this, and  I’ve learned it slowly but steadily over the last 36 years, while walking with the Lord. Here’s the secret…
He’s in control of all things and as the word says: my times are in your hands.
He loves us and he has a plan for our life, as he cares for us.
He will present us before His presence with singing and joy!  With that in mind no matter what we face we can rejoice in the Lord, because the victory is already won and redemption and salvation may be only a breath away.
He is the keeper of our souls.
He is the one who ransomed us.
He is the one who knows us better than we know ourselves.
He will eventually wipe away every tear.
He has triumphed over death.
He will judge the living and dead.
He is the first and the last.
All things were made by Him and without Him nothing that was made was made.
He was sent to earth because His father loved the world.
He can break the power of sin in our lives… Who the Son sets free is free indeed.
His kingdom is everlasting.
He is our hope.
At the end of Watchers 9, I look into the camera and say this. If you think you know Him but you don’t know Him, then you don’t know Him.
Jesus created us, as we are made in His image and likeness. He has overcome the world and thus we rejoice not because of the trials but because we know Him. We have a personal relationship with Him. He is more intimate with us than anyone including our spouses.
Do you know the Prince of peace? Do want peace in your life? Confess your sin and acknowledge Him who was sent to die in our place. Jesus is the way, the truth and the life. Rejoice!

 

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Sunday Bun

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L. A. Marzulli

Why So Many Americans Are Leaving Their Religion

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/why-so-many-americans-are-leaving-their-religion_us_57bf661ee4b04193420e6df0

Fifty years ago, a whopping 98 percent of Americans said they believed in God. Now, roughly half of those who have left religion behind say they simply stopped believing.

First of all, you must understand that in the last days scoffers will come, scoffing and following their own evil desires. “Where is the promise of His coming? they will ask. “Ever since our fathers fell asleep, everything continues as it has from the beginning of creation.” 5But they deliberately overlook the fact that long ago by God’s word the heavens existed and the earth was formed out of water and by water,… 2 Peter: 3,4

In my opinion, this headline above is another sign of the times. When we read the scripture above—and remember it was penned almost 2000 years ago—these words of Peter’s seem to jump off the page at us, in what I believe are the last days.
There are many people who scoff at the Bible, at the hope many of us find in Jesus. They are scoffers and in fact a case can be made that many of them follow their own evil desires.
Think of the people who are hooked on mind-altering drugs. I know a young women who is just turning 21.
She smokes pot every day but doesn’t think she’s a drug addict. She scoffs at Jesus, at Christians, at the truth of the Biblical Prophetic Narrative that has brought billions of people hope, through almost 2000 years since it was compiled.
She is a scoffer and because she smokes pot every day, which by the way is likened to witch-craft, she is following her own evil desires. This might sound harsh to some of you and yet, in my opinion, it demonstrates, perhaps in an-all-to-real-way, what I would call the lateness of the hour.
Where is the promise of His coming… of His return?
I would posit that many people have lost faith and one of the reasons for this is that most churches do not teach the prophetic word. They actually stay away from it and in some cases stay away from it  at all costs.
Many people who attend church have no idea of the myriad of prophecies that are shaping up in these last days. I would also put forth that these prophecies, like the Psalm 83 war, and Ezekiel 38, may be fulfilled soon.
They are unaware of our blessed hope, in the return of our King, Jesus. They don’t understand the difference between the church age, the rebirth of the nation of Israel and the soon to be the 7-year-period—the Tribulation— where once again God will deal with Israel and the Jews.
Many churches never sit still and wait on the Lord. They’re afraid to let the Spirit of the Living God come in to the church.
Prayer is almost nonexistent with perhaps less than a minute in most churches. There is a disconnect from anything supernatural. For the most part the church today has a form of religion but denies it’s power.
This is why many of our young people are flocking to the occult and to mind-altering drugs. They are looking for a supernatural experience and not finding it in the churches are seeking it in The New Age, In Yoga, in eastern mysticism, and in mind-altering drugs like LSD and Ayahuasca.
That being said, there are great men who have laid their lives down for the sheep. These are the pastors who struggle daily to bring the word to their flocks. Bully for them.
In closing todays post. The article above is a poignant reminder of how late the hour may be. We’re right on schedule as what was written will come to pass. What was foretold will unfold.

 

 

Sunday Go to Meeting Bun!

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Sunday Bun

by

L. A. Marzulli

Conference update…

It is good for the brethren to dwell together. It is like oil dipping down Aaron’s bear… Proverbs

The Prophecy Watchers Conference has been just amazing, as over 1000 people have attended. The speakers are passionate and Gary Stearman, Tom Horn and Bob Ulrich opened the conference with an uplifting, positive message of hope pointing to the return of the King, Jesus!
We  have had numerous people, to many to count, come to our table telling us how our ministry has changed their lives, got their loved ones saved, and awakened them out of their complacency. In some cases people have stated that our films and books connected parts of the Bible that had been difficult for them to understand, especially the Nephilim.
When I hear reports like this I mentally cast my crown before the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, as it is His doing and He gets the glory.
That being said it’s humbling to hear that we’re making an impact on people’s lives but at the same time it’s rewarding and very reaffirming. It also explains why we are under such constant attack from the enemy!
The folks have been great and I’ve had many conversations in the last three days and finally was able to put faces with emails!
The one unifying factor is everyone’s deep love for Jesus. Another unifying factor is most everyone is expectant, looking for the return of the King, His second coming.
I delivered two messages to a packed house. One on Friday night the other last night. Friday night I revealed the strange creature that Jaime Massuan showed us in Mexico City, the Catalina Island cover up, the Afghan giant and the long-awaited DNA test results, which by the way are still ongoing.
Last night I talked on the Days of Chaos i.e. the signs that Jesus warned us about that would occur before His return are all firing now. He admonishes us that when we see these things come to pass our redemption draweth nigh!  In other words, look Up! There’s a rescue coming and it’s called the Rapture of the church.
The people were enthusiastic and very responsive both nights and I want to thank Gary, Tom and Bob for allowing me the privilege to speak to the folks.
In some ways it’s a foreshadow of what we will experience when we get to heaven.
How wonderful it is for the  brothers to dwell in unity!