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Rainbow Divider


April-May-June 2015

Rainbow Divider

Editor's Letter

Dear Saints,

Greetings to all in the wonderful name of Jesus! Here we are again, hopefully better late than never! God is good!

As we emphasized last time, the world scene continues its descent into darkness at an ever-faster pace. The recent ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court legalizing same-sex “marriage” in all 50 states may well be the nail in America’s coffin. Not only the decision itself but also the open celebration by the White House, complete with rainbow-colored lights, are such an utter rejection of the God in Whom we supposedly trust that it is difficult to image any outcome but judgment.

However, as much as we have enjoyed the measure of divine blessing resting upon us in our past, God’s purpose is not to “save America.” His is always the same eternal purpose, to gather and prepare His people for an eternal kingdom on a brand new earth, the home of righteousness. I’m all for revival but this world is not our home.

God’s people are sensing more and more that we are being called deeper, that He is dealing with deeper needs than we may have been willing to face, but also that His grace is always enough! The darkness of the hour will help to separate and purify his people, enabling them to shine in the face of that darkness. Some will see the light and respond.

We rejoice in God’s presence and blessing on our recent convention in Jacksonville, Florida. What a contrast there was between God’s word and events of that week – one of them being the infamous court decision. It is never a time to live in fear but rather a time to awaken and draw near to the Lord and to each other. His promises will never fail.

Our desire for our readers is that you too will “lift up your heads because your redemption is drawing near.” Luke 21:28. Remember us in your prayers that we may use our God-given opportunities to spread the light of God’s word – even as we pray for you.

Till next time may God’s rich blessings be yours.

Your brother in Christ,
Phil Enlow