Derek Prince on the End of the Age

Derek Prince makes the statement that if you are not working on doing something about bringing the gospel of the Kingdom to all nations, God will not tell you anything more about the end of the age.

From Isaiah 60 he says that the darkness will get darker, and the light will get brighter.

From the parable of the wheat and the tares given by Jesus, Jesus points out that the “harvest is the end of the age”. Right up to the close of the age, the wheat and the tares will be growing side by side. If you want to be sure you are wheat and not tares, check on the fruit you are producing. The church will not be fully purified until the end of the age.

Rev 22:11-12 The time is at hand. He who is unrighteous, let him be unrighteous still. He who is holy let him be holy still. If you want to be unrighteous, go on, you don’t have long. This is immediately before the end of the age.

You have to keep moving with God in order to stay in the pathway of righteousness.

Luke 21:25-28 – signs in sky, men’s hearts failing for fear. The whole globe is going to be shaken. Then Jesus will come. When these things begin to happen, look up … your redemption is drawing near.

How do you react when you see turmoil? You should say: “Praise God, our redemption is very near.”

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