The Last Day Church by David Wilkerson

I believe God’s vision for His last-day church is based on His revealed

Word—because the Bible clearly outlines what the church of Jesus Christ will

be like just prior to His coming.

The church in America is far from what God envisioned it to be. For the most

part, entire denominations today operate without the Holy Spirit. They are

devoid of the presence of Jesus and bankrupt of all spiritual gifts. They

practice a form of religion without any power, conviction or saving message.

They are cozy with the world and are more political than spiritual. They

appease sin, wink at divorce and ridicule the supernatural, while tossing aside

all teaching about heaven, hell, repentance and judgment.

The New Testament church made devils tremble! It drove legions of demons into

the abyss, prayed prison doors open, made rulers cringe in fear. Those early

believers had such faith and power that cripples rose up leaping and beggars

became evangelists. They believed in the supernatural and they opened blind

eyes, unstopped deaf ears and healed all manner of diseases. They even raised

the dead!

I am not saying God’s last-day church will be a repeat or copy of the

first-century church. No—I am saying it will be even greater than that! It

will be mightier, stronger, with an ever greater revelation of Jesus. It will

have greater unction from the Spirit than ever—greater even than at

Pentecost! God always saves His best wine for last!

The prophet Daniel confirms this. He said that certain prophetic truths were

locked up, only to be revealed in the last days: “For the words are closed up

and sealed till the time of the end. . . . And none of the wicked shall

understand, but the wise shall understand” (Daniel 12:9-10).

Today the Holy Spirit is revealing these things to spiritual, discerning

saints! “It is written: ‘Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, nor have entered

into the heart of man the things that God has prepared for those who love

Him.’ But God has revealed them to us through His Spirit. For the Spirit

searches all things, yes, the deep things of God” (1 Corinthians 2:9-10).

The Lord is preparing a powerful yet humble army of shepherds after His own

heart and also a remnant congregation of hungry sheep who have turned away from

the deadness and sin of the modern church. The scene is being set for that

church which will be hot, not lukewarm—and it will rock the very foundations

of hell. No power on earth will be able to ignore or despise it!

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