Apostolic author Anne Ney writes about rekindling our first love in Where Judgment Begins.
As we see signs of the Lord’s soon coming, the church must awaken to the needs of the hour, and each of us must examine ourselves according to the pure Word of God. He wants a bride who is ready and unspotted from the world.
Rekindling Our First Love
Where Judgment Begins was written for the saints to help rekindle our first love, to shake off the dark influences of our culture,
By grace and mercy we obtain our salvation, if we are diligent and faithful.
and to return with passion to the work of the Kingdom. The title of this book references I Peter 4:17–18, “For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God? And if the righteous scarcely be saved, where shall the ungodly and sinner appear?” Scarcely saved? Yes, by grace and mercy we obtain our salvation, if we are diligent and faithful.
Discover the Heart of God
While Jesus Christ provided a finished work at Calvary, we are not a finished work until we’ve jumped over every coming hurdle and have made it to our personal finish line. Our primary duty is to discover the heart of God and reside there. It is to build a forever relationship, which involves daily tending. Let’s allow the Spirit of God to lay bare the contents of our hearts and minds and not miss out on the glorious catching away.We will never regret making our relationship with God our highest priority. Let’s allow the Spirit of God to help us prepare. Click To Tweet
We will never regret making our relationship with God our highest priority. Let’s allow the Spirit of God to help us prepare. The time to get ready is here. Where Judgment Begins is an easy-to-read book full of personal testimonies and principles supported by Scripture. Seven chapters provide biblical perspectives on the lordship of God, fear and faith, contentment, truth, prayer, separation, and making the most of the time we have left before we are called home.
Anne Ney is an Apostolic author. Her books are available here.