Jim W. Goll Articles

Responding to the Times

 blk_jacket_300dpiIn the aftermath of the devastation of 9-11, coupled
with the series of severe and destructive hurricanes, historic Gulf
oil spill, wars in the Far East, uprisings in northern Africa and the
Middle East, and the devastating earthquake in Japan all happening in
just the last few years, one is prone to ask many questions. In times
of uncertainty, the “why” question appears in its many forms. But
perhaps the question to be asking is not just “Why?” but “How?” 

 How are we to respond in such times? Difficult times
come–whether it is in our own lives, or in a family, church,
business, city or even nation.

Storm Warnings

Storm Warnings

Editor’s Note: The following prophetic message by Jim Goll
was given on the eve of the new century, as the year 2000 was approaching. It
preceded 9-11 and the U.S. military campaigns that followed; the corporate
scandals of Arthur Andersen, Enron and others; the collapse of the U.S.
“housing bubble”; the federal bailout of Wall Street and the national
banking system; and other major events directly affecting the U.S. in the
decade after 2000. It is being offered today as an encouragement that God’s
prophets are speaking; but also as a reminder, as James says, that “storm
warnings are being issued to the church” yet “these times of
hardship” can still become “great days of hope” for believers.

Be Still and Know

Contemplative prayer often has been relegated to ancient church history. But God is restoring it as a means to develop intimacy with Him.

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