Bishop William B. Caractor
Who Will Be Your Defense Attorney?
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen: I greet you in the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. It is my sincere prayer that you are being Blessed even as you read this post.
Today we are in a court room setting. John Doe has just expired and in a twinkling of an eye he is now before the throne of God to be judged.
Lets go back to the scene of the crimes (life). John Doe grew up in the church. He was given gifts of the spirit by God. John Doe had the gift of healing (laying on of hands) and was given the office of a Pastor by God almighty.
John Doe decided that he would take his gift into the world. He established a church and began to use God’s gifts for money (filthy lucre). He had a large congregation and he began to teach the word of God in segments. He refused to preach on Holiness and Righteousness.
He refused to preach Hell and Damnation. He refused to preach on the plan of Salvation. He continually taught about prosperity and how to gain money and become rich in this world. He obtained a vast amount of money. He had nice cars, a beautiful home. All because he used God’s principles to get wealth.
Now he is being accused of being a hypocrite and a false pastor as described under God’s statutes (Jeremiah chapter 23). He is also accused of being an anti-Christ because he did not acknowledge the chief cornerstone of the church, Jesus Christ.
The court room is packed. God (Jehovah) is the chief judge. Jesus Christ is the prosecuting attorney. The jury is all the patriarchs and the saints that has gone on before him. God calls the court to order.
He asked the defendant John Doe does he have an attorney? His answer is no. God said, on earth you were given an attorney. The advocate, the Lord Jesus Christ, and you dismissed him. So, we will proceed.
Jesus arises and says, I was and am the lamb of God who was slain from the foundation of the world. Now I am the Lion of the tribe of Judah, prosecuting attorney. He turns to the judge and says, I find him guilty as charged. My blood does not cover his sin. He did not bare my cross, therefore his judgment is eternal damnation in the lake of fire.
You may think that this is a figment of my imagination. But sisters and brothers, as this depicts the trial of John Doe, it can very well be your trial, who will be your Defense Attorney?
There is no appeals before this court. There are not stays before this court. Only righteousness and true holiness will stand up as a stipulation in this court. Only the seal of the Holy Spirit upon your forehead will move this court. Who will be your Defense Attorney?
Think about it.
Yours in Jesus Christ,
Bishop William B. Caractor