Who are we to go up against God or His anointed leaders? Are we willing to risk all that God has given to us? Are you prepared to give up the fight for the promised land? Well, my brothers and sisters there are many examples in the Bible for us to look at and take note. David to Saul is one such example. Take note and as a minister I warn you that are reading these message to pray and not to destroy. My brothers and sisters let God hold us accountable for our actions, but I implore you to pray and not to faint by the way.
Well then, who are we to even speak against anyone that has been anointed, even if they have had issues in their life? Now I am speaking about major prominent men and women of God that have fallen short. They have had great stature, people we often see in the public. Christians bashing Christians, like they have lost their minds. Are we really serious about that as we practice it day after day.
What part of Jesus saying, if a kingdom is divided against itself it will not stand, do we not understand? I see a lot of bashing godly authorities going around lately. It is very disappointing. Do you know that if you speak against God’s anointed man or woman of God, even if they have had issues, you may unknowingly open yourself up to a similar attack? If not careful, you may end up exactly like the one you are persecuting. We must remain careful. The Bible says, the heart of man is deceitful. I say it like this the flesh will do anything for attention, and sometimes the crowd follow that one person that is leading the discourse. A person in this fight is after one thing and that is power. To control without authority. I say to you that David was not in a rush for the throne. It was given to him already and was waiting on the Lord. So today we are waiting on the Lord for His direction.
When an anointed man or women of God falls short, all we should do is pray for them. Read these examples from the Bible, remember when Miriam spoke against Moses she broke out with Leprosy. When the young men spoke ugly and irreverent toward Elisha and Elijah, “Go thee up you bald head,” She-bears came and mauled them. Saul was blinded on his way to persecute the Christians. The good thing came out of that is a conversion with a name change. So take warning, and do good. So let your light shine bright and do good.
Daniel was persecuted and thrown into the lion’s den, but God kept him. The authorities saw that his God was the one and only God, and he was let out. His betrayers were thrown in instead, they were devoured even before their feet hit the ground. In the New Testament, it says it’s God’s way to trouble those who trouble the godly. We must be very careful with what we say or do against God’s anointed men and women of God. Why invite needless trouble to yourself?
I trust that the word of God is not falling on deaf ears, but that someone who read these messages will find a place in the Kingdom of God where there is peace and joy forever and ever. My brothers and sisters in Christ I can only ask of you to trust God and lean not unto your own understanding. Let every man be a liar and God be truth.
Your servant and brother,
+ Sir Godfrey Gregg
Archbishop and Presiding Prelate
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