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This means our most fervent prayers in the End Times should be for everyone to turn to Jesus now, today, while they still can. This prayer reflects Christian Love and is in agreement with the Will of God. We must pray for everyone to be Saved, and never pray for them to die. Praying for people to die in their sins is not in agreement with God’s Will. And God doesn’t look kindly on such prayers ….


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Hello Readers, hope all’s well. Time for another End Times post.

In the previous post I wrote about how when we pray for God to use us in His Service, what we get may not be what we expected or hoped for. God’s Service is tougher than we think, and for proof of that we only need to look in the Bible if we don’t already know.

My point in the previous post was that we need to be careful what we pray for, and consider the costs beforehand. Our prayers are powerful, and we must treat them as such.

As Children of God with the Blessing of being able to approach the Throne because of our Faith in Jesus, the Savior, God listens to our prayers and answers them. If we pray for something Righteous like for God to use us in His Service, He will grant prayers like that … but what we get won’t be what we expected.

So we need to be sure about what we’re praying. This point applies double, triple, 100 times more now, in the End Times. There are many ways for us to go wrong with our prayers in the End Times, and veer off into sin territory. Either that, or call down something with our prayers that we didn’t want or intend.

How should we pray in the End Times?? Or to be more specific, how should we not pray?? Let’s think it over.

Praying for what God Doesn’t Will

Though many refuse to believe it, prayer is one of the most powerful things on this planet. And it’s available for our free use!!

Thanks to our Faith in Jesus, we have the freedom to approach God with our prayers, as the Children of God. See the Letter to the Hebrews in the New Testament, for example. Prayer is our power—we’ve got to use it!! But we must use it wisely, with responsibility.

It’s good and Righteous to pray for the return of Jesus. In fact, the second-to-last line in the entire Bible at the end of the New Testament is a prayer for Jesus’ to return soon.

(20) The one who bears witness to these things says, “Yes, I’m coming soon.Amen. Come, Lord Jesus!

Revelation 22:20 (CEB)

Praying for Jesus’ Second Coming in all His Glory is a good thing. But it’s not right to pray for the violence and chaos of the End, or for people to get hurt and killed, and so on. It’s not right to pray for violence and misfortune to befall other people or groups of people in these chaotic times. This is taking satisfaction in the chaos and violence of the End. To take satisfaction in the pain and suffering of others is not Christian, and it’s very offensive to God.

Why is this offensive to God?? Remember that when Jesus returns, everyone who hasn’t accepted Him as their Savior is toast because their sins are not Forgiven. But it’s not God’s Desire that anyone, even one person, should be lost and condemned in this way. Praying for others to die in the violence of the End Times if they haven’t accepted Christ is praying for them to die in their sins and be condemned. Scripture shows that such a prayer is against the Will of God, so we will anger God by praying it.

Both Testaments Testify that the LORD Desires everyone to be Saved. Jesus said it in Matthew 18, and the LORD said it in Ezekiel 18.

(14) In the same way, my Father who is in heaven doesn’t want to lose even one of these little ones.

Matthew 18:14 (CEB)

(23) Do I take pleasure in the death of the wicked? says the LORD God. Certainly not! If they change their ways, they will live. […]

(32) I most certainly don’t want anyone to die! This is what the LORD God says. Change your ways, and live!

Ezekiel 18:23, 32 (CEB)

This means our most fervent prayers in the End Times should be for everyone to turn to Jesus now, today, while they still can. This prayer reflects Christian Love and is in agreement with the Will of God. We must pray for everyone to be Saved, and never pray for them to die. Praying for people to die in their sins is not in agreement with God’s Will. And God doesn’t look kindly on such prayers ….

Careful where You’re Aiming those things

Our prayers are powerful and meaningful, now more than ever. If there’s ever been a time when the world is in desperate need of heavy prayer and fasting, it’s right now. But we can go wrong in prayer if we pray for things that offend God. This means praying for things not in agreement with God’s Will as revealed in Scripture.

Pray for the return of Jesus. Pray for people to turn to Jesus before it’s too late. Pray for God to build us up with more and more Holy Spirit Power. These are good, Righteous prayers. But never pray to tear others down or get people killed. Prayers for another person’s death (etc.) are dangerous.

Let me tell you a personal story about dangerous prayers ….

Back in 2019, I read a news article about a large comet that’s headed our way in 2022. Scientists calculated a tiny chance the comet will actually hit us in 2022. When I say tiny, it was something like 0.000005%; could have been more or less, I don’t remember. But after reading the article, I said: “Well, that’s a higher-than-zero chance it’ll hit us in 2022 ….”

2019 was when I was realized, accepted, and came to peace with the fact that we are now living in the End Times. So when I read the story about the comet, I wondered if that could be the End. So I started praying for that comet to actually hit us when it comes in 2022, thinking I was praying for God’s Will (the End of this fallen world, the start of God’s New World). But I soon realized this was the wrong thing to pray for.

God will end this world on His own time, when He chooses to. Jesus will return on His time, not ours. And no one knows the day or the hour of His return. In the meantime, praying for disaster like comet impacts is praying for death and suffering for others. Prayers like this are against God’s Will and offensive to Him. When I understood this, I stopped all prayers about the comet, knowing that if God chooses to end this world in 2022 with a comet, then He will do so as He pleases. But I also stopped because I knew it isn’t Righteous to pray for death and suffering for anyone, anyone.

The most wonderful and terrifying thing about prayers is that they come true (because God grants them). But when God grants them, they almost always (99.5%) take a form we never expected. So before we pray for death and suffering for others, we’d better think twice. Like I said in the previous post, we need to be careful with prayers, those things are powerful ….

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