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And now, please let Me tell you what I will do to My vineyard: I will take away its hedge, and it shall be burned; And break down its wall, and it shall be trampled down. Isaiah 5.5

What a price the Savior paid for His vineyard! How much goodwill and affection was shown to it! However, just as the fig tree was cursed, the rebellious vineyard will also know the shame and suffering it has made itself worthy of (Mark 11.12-14). One cannot trifle with Jesus, who paid the price of our redemption on the Cross, justifying and quickening us in Himself. Christ still sent the Holy Spirit to dwell in us. He will hold us accountable for our negligence!

The Lord truly loves us, so He also reveals to us the consequences if we disregard His commands. After all, He is the Author and Finisher of our faith (Hebrews 12.1,2), and He didn’t give us this ability to be idle, but to produce much fruit (John 15.5,8). Never be deceived by the deceitfulness of riches, the cares of life, and the ambition of other things, for because of these frivolities, our going to the eternal Judgment will be embarrassing and terrible (1 Timothy 6.7-10). He is Lord!

Why do we ignore our heavenly Father’s warnings regarding the production of goods that He expects from us? Lack of prosperity harms us, so beware of laziness, or another of Satan’s weapons, such as lack of faith. These are Hell’s effective means of keeping us in scarcity: I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly (John 10.10b).

The brethren who frustrate the Lord, through lack of consecration and the deliberate practice of sin, do not believe in Him. The Most High says clearly that He will take away the fence of fire that protects us, and this will surely happen. When Judah’s judgment came, Nebuchadnezzar took the best of his army and the plans and advice of the king and the princes were useless, for that was determined by God and it happened (read Jeremiah 21).

The same fate will befall the negligent one, since such an individual fails to act as he has been ordered. Even if he plans an honorable way out, his plans will be worthless. Whoever does not have the Lord at the helm of his life will remain captive to the forces of darkness. Without the Savior, any demon can do tremendous damage to anyone who considers himself “wise”. Pay attention: without God’s protection, you will serve as pasture. This is why the devil fights to have us in his hands. In the lake of fire and brimstone, he will have room to try to appease his pains.

Without a protective wall, man will be trampled on by the heavy “beasts”-angry demons who will try at all costs to ease their pain. Since we are the image and likeness of the Creator, they will fight to extract from us that which they think can help them. However, the Lord knows the evil one’s thoughts and has already prepared something to thwart his plans. This fact alone makes it worthwhile to convert to Christ. We must go to the Heaven of light and flee from eternal darkness.

You have been warned of what awaits you in eternity if you do not get right with the Most High. You see, Jesus has already suffered for our sins, taken our sicknesses and pains, and now He invites us to come to Him, so that we will not become the enemy’s pasture nor be trampled.

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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Beloved God! Why should we face eternal death when Jesus has given us life in abundance? We don't want to be used by the evil one now or later, nor do we want to see him. With Christ, we will live forever. Thank You, Father!

Never take away Your protection that is upon us. We cannot live without the wall of fire, which guards every saved one. If we are not well, help us. Without Christ we can do nothing. Rebuke us, and we will come back under Your wings.

May we never be pasture for the devil to try to ease his pain on us! Those who think they are better than others and think they don't need You will taste the despair and the lack of Your love forever. Mercy on them, Father!


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