We must work the works of him who sent me while it is day; night is coming, when no one can work.” (John 9:4)

The words of the apostle Paul in 2 Timothy 3:1 spells our future very clearly when Paul stated that, “This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come.”  The reality is such that at some point in the future the church as we know it today will find itself facing one of the most darkest and fiercest times it has ever known since the formation of it’s beginning at the upper room. What I am referring to is something God spoke into my spirit earlier today, and that is the end of evangelism as we know it today. Almost everyone knows and understands the great commission, “And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.” (Mark 16:15)

There is no question that we are living in dangerous times. All one has to do is turn on the news or open the daily newspaper and reality will make its presence known. The world as we know it is in trouble – great trouble. But worse yet, many within the church are not taking these signs as warnings that whatever they need to do they must do quickly. Actually, one of the unctions the Holy Spirit keeps pressing upon me is to warn believers that the time that they have is not the time they feel confident in. I blame this on the American culture, procrastination has done more to harm the church today in its efforts to take this gospel into all the world than anything Satan could otherwise do. While it’s true, he (Satan) uses all sorts of things to hinder the believer from doing his or her divine calling such as the typical fleshly pulls (such as sex, money and fame), Satan has did even more harm to the modern church by way of procrastination than anything else – because it works.

Nothing can get a Christian believer to put off today the great commission than to put off tomorrow what one can do today. It’s called apathy, and apathy that is left to ember the flames of procrastination the results will always be a believer who cares more about his own personal pleasure and will than God’s. This is where the church is currently. But that is about to change.

In the future I see a war, a great, world war which will involve all or most of the nations, this war will encamp around the Islamic countries which has unsuccessfully attempted to infiltrate and convert by way of force all those in their reach to Islam. Those who will not convert would be killed or forced into slavery. There can be no true peace with Islam, for Islam means “submission” to their prophet Muhammad. This war shall be waged and out of this war will come a great change as it relates to the gospel and the modern church world. After the defeat of Islam, there shall come by way of treaties among the nations which will demand tolerance toward all religions – including the remnant of Islam. Under a global initiative the Governments of the world will unite and agree that never again will the world be thrown into a war based on ones religious ideology. The affect will be that the nations will agree to limit religious outreaches and out of this will come the restrictions that the globalists will enact upon not only the Catholic church, but Mormons, Jews and even Christians. The price will be the end of open evangelism as we know it today.

Jesus warned us that in the last days, mankind will become very similar to the days of Noah, and when we examine the days of Noah we see that one of the marks of Noah’s day was a complete secularization of religion upon the earth. I hear in my spirit that the day will come where missionaries will re-think their mission fields as many will not go. Pastors will begin to shutter their doors due to the fact that great regulation will come upon the churches, whether they be in America, where freedom once stood as the protector of religious liberty, to the UK all the way to China. The church will face it’s greatest test under this last period of time. Mark my words, however this will occur, open evangelism as we know it today is coming to an end. This will fulfill that which Jesus seemed to be implying when he prophetically stated through the gift of prophecy that we must work while it is yet day, for the night is coming where no man can work. When we take into account what is coming in the near future, we can be rest assured that the spirit of Antichrist is greatly at work behind the scenes at what is currently happening in our world.

There is a great ruse taking place right before our every eyes, and it has everything to do with Islam as well as the church. Islam and the demand for respect and tolerance is exactly a means that Satan himself is using against the church for its future work. Still ,God is going to bring about a great harvest, a great awakening, a great revival where the church will resemble the early church, not run by popular men and women, for in the latter days, television will become greatly hindered to the believer. Instead, word of mouth, the internet will all help the church just before the world is thrown into spiritual darkness.

The spirit of the Lord is yet again pulling upon my spirit prophetically that we must do all we can now, go where we need to go, do what we need to do, for the hour is coming in the future where open evangelism will be so greatly hindered that only those willing to risk jail, prison, or in some severe measures – even death – will do what God has called them to do. Yes, the hour is coming where preaching a revival in a foreign land will result in persecution, all because of this coming war. The world will not tolerate proselytizing in any form, be it Islamic, Catholic or even Christian, it will not be allowed, not even in some measure in America.

This will eventually bring us all, to those who are alive in this period of time, to a global event which will bring about a world deception. This deception will seduce multitudes and the reason is because the gospel will have been hindered, leaving the enemy to begin pushing his own deception. This is what I hear in my spirit that is coming in the last days.




  2. Bula says:

    Christopher, you mention in this blog post that ‘a great revival will take place where the church will resemble the early church’, yet in another one of your posts, you speak very strongly against Christians who are returning to the roots of their faith and are ‘acting like Jews’.
    What would be/would have been the nature of the ‘early church’, in your opinion?

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