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Judah mourns, And her gates languish; They mourn for the land, And the cry of Jerusalem has gone up. Jeremiah 14:2

The events of the Old Testament are like prophecies of what would happen in the lives of God’s people today. First, there was drought in the days of Elijah, when the northern kingdom did not see a drop of precious liquid fall into their land during three years and six months. Once Judah made the same error of Samaria, Jerusalem also experienced great drought and its devastating consequences.

In the current church, many have not yet converted. Because they do not know the full divine will, they live as if there were no heavenly guidance on how the Christian should proceed. Their attitudes are hindering the Lord’s protection. By no means should we act like the lost, unless we don´t care about the grief we will go through during our time here.

By forbidding us something, the Most High does it for our benefit. Judah knew what had happened in Samaria, but since prosperity was great at that time, the inhabitants of Judah loosened in the fear of God and acted like the Amorites, who were expelled from their property because they disobeyed Heaven´s warnings. It´s incredible, but Judah began to seek the same gods that caused the wicked to lose the land.

When he saw himself abandoned, Judah saw the rain go away and the arrival of other problems, and soon experienced pain and sorrow. The Lord sent prophets to warn of future events, but the people preferred to believe in the lie of their self-appointed ‘prophets.’ One can not act wrong and remain unpunished; otherwise eternal perdition will be their fate.

In various places, irresponsibility has taken over the pulpit. The actions of the lost are taught as good and permissible. Now the Word declares: one jot or one title will by no means pass from the law till all is fulfilled (Matthew 5:18). The warnings of Scripture no longer make sense for many people, but the Christian must follow such guidelines! The wrath of God comes because of disobedience (Ephesians 5:6). It is good to obey and not give place to the devil (Ephesians 4:27).

Depression is one of the greatest evils among Christians. Some no longer want to pray when facing calamity, because they no longer receive from the Lord the answers to their prayers. Indeed, these people will not receive, for how can the Father heed such requests if they cease to serve Him? Make sure you have followed the Word of God, and you will know if the Lord hears your cry.

This is a time of reflection, of opening your heart and seeking the Omnipotent with all your strength, crying out for His mercy. Otherwise, you and your family will not be saved. The land of Judah cried out for rain, but it did not come. One can only be answered by the Most High, if he stops listening to the devil.

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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Our God and Father! We sadden Your heart, so we are sad too. Heal our life, rescue our soul and bring us close to Your heart. Thus, we will feel how wrong we are in this sinful stubbornness.

Like Judah, we learn the way of sinners. We lie, betray, and subject ourselves to the enemy´s temptations, thinking there is no problem. In fact, we ignore Your prohibitions, like Your people did then.

Our land has felt the lack of "rain" - the revelations of the Word. We have been left to fate. Lord, send prophets with messages of repentance.


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and Serug lived after he begat Nahor two hundred years, and begat sons and daughters.
(Genesis 11:23)


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