Now on Facebook

So I’ve relented and connected this blog to my Facebook page. I really want to get the Word out, and if God uses this avenue, then to Him be the glory.

If you haven’t seen my posts, you may be in for a surprise. I don’t “go along to get along,” I tell it like it is, the way the Bible says it. Jesus spoke truth. I want to publish the truth, no matter what it takes.

You may also notice I can be a bit rough. That’s because I enjoy hard, fire and brimstone preaching from preachers who are like bulldogs on guard. Would you want some intruder breaking into your home? I don’t! I’m what I am by God’s grace. I am always on the alert for falsehood and sinful compromise. I am a woman, but that doesn’t mean I can’t defend my faith and wield my Sword. God calls us SOLDIERS of the cross.

I hesitate to put my blog on Facebook, but I realize that it’s better to do so than to tuck tail and run. People are dying and going to Hell every second. Why should I give the Devil credit when I can speak out, especially while there’s freedom to do it?

See my salvation page if you want to know how to be saved. Time is short, and we have work to do.

Forget Facebook

I highly recommend this preacher’s videos. Hensley channel —

Once and for all, I’m done with Facebook. I never followed anyone and received little activity anyway.

I’m trying to find ways that I could occupy my time in place of fakebook (I say “fake” because nearly everyone is fake on there and nobody wants the truth). I often listen to Hensley’s videos (see above), and find it very rewarding and I know God approves of it.

This is why I’ve returned to writing in a blog. Spending all your time on the phone/computer can become an idol and replace the time you spend with God. I know that is true because that happened to me. I hardly read my Bible and rarely prayed. I’ll never get that lost time back again. So now I need to REDEEM THE TIME I have left.

Facebook is dangerous, consuming, and leads to spiritual famine. It is of the Devil if used for the Devil. You can use Facebook for God is you really want to. I realize I can’t, however, because I am not comfortable posting long “statuses” on my “wall.” WordPress is familiar to me and I can go all out for God in my writing. He will bless as He sees fit, and I must obey Him and prepare for attacks from the evil one.

To be continued…