“Beware of false prophets who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravaging wolves.” Matthew 7:15 (HCSB)

The time for hidden sins in the house of God are about to get turned upside down. Please join me in praying for those in your church and in the churches across or city. Cry out for a grace to repent while there is time. Exposure is coming and there is a huge difference between confession because you’re caught and repentance because of conviction of sin. There is witchcraft in the church! Jezebel and her children have operated for way too long. Pornography has been quietly accepted as just the way it is, as if it was just a little sin. Pedophilia, well, we are going to be shocked at the level it has infiltrated the church, and it will be removed, severely! And of course, there are wolves in sheep clothing, whose masquerade is about to be exposed. There are false teachers, pastors and prophets who will be seen for what they are. Jesus will have His church back, even if tables need to be turned and major surgery is required to remove the spiritual cancer! No wonder we are warned that judgment begins in the house of God (1 Peter 4:17), and it is about to begin!!!

Please get ready! Don’t be one of those who reject the truth because you know the person, or because of the mess it will cause if it becomes public. Don’t be compliant through your silence! It’s time for deep cleaning in the Church, so please don’t get in the way or get crushed by it!

Yes, cry out for mercy in this day of judgment (Habakkuk 3:2). God’s greatest mercy is convicting us of sin so we can repent of it. Unless we see it, we can’t confess it! Ask God to show you sin, even deep forgotten, hidden sin that may be within you. Ask God for wisdom and boldness to do what He wants you to do about things being revealed in your church. Make sure you deal with the log in your own eye before pointing out the speck or tree in someone else’s eye (Matthew 7:3-5). Ask Him to move through your church with the fear God, exposing all sin and demonic activity that has been passively accepted. Ask Him to increase the fear of God among your congregation, starting with your pastor and church leadership.