Rev. William J. Logan

There is a dearth of the true Holy Spirit of God in Christian action. A famine of the Holy Spirit in the Church. I grow a little weary of the saying, "God has laid it on my heart!" The church is weak and ineffective for one reason, it has ceased to "seek...first the kingdom of God and His righteousness."

The kingdom of God on earth has always declined in strength when its citizens abandoned obedience to become more palatable to the world's taste. God always has his witnesses but the kingdom of God on earth loses power when it abandons God to act like the world to gain favor with the world and avoid ridicule.

By faith Noah, being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear, prepared an ark to the saving of his house; by the which he condemned the world, and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith.

This is the best example I can think of to make my point, there are others like Elijah who must have looked silly when he told them it would not rain for three years and then brought forth a deluge which started with a cloud no bigger than a man's hand. We need men with this dedication and stamina today. Will we find them?

Will there be faith when the Lord returns? He has said he will never be without witnesses. Where are they now? Not Falwell, Henniger, Hyles, Charlie Baker, and the like.

Pray the God of the harvest send workers; for, the fields are white unto harvest! Amen!

Rev. William Logan has been a Methodist pastor for 45 years and served the Lord Faithfully. During his active ministry he made trips to mission fields and wrote many articles that where published in the Independent Methodist periodicals. He is currently retired. Rev. Logan has always had a burden for Bible Believing Methodism and the Church at large. He is a contender for the faith and the Church victorious. Please feel free to contact Rev. Logan.

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