Where is accountability today? After every failed revival Christian leaders begin asking the same accountability questions hoping to discover some way to set new standards. Gods voice is not in that. God holds us accountable to the house to which we join our faith. If we are not raising up the name of Christ we are in the house of the harlot. And as the prophet Isaiah said, Depart ye, Depart ye, go ye out from thence, touch no unclean thing; go ye out of the midst of her; be ye clean, that bear the vessels of the Lord (Is.52:11).

God says: You must to come out of Satans house and touch only those things that I provide for you.

You have to be circumspect in your service to God. Your sacrifices have to meet a certain criteria that God set in Jesus Christ. You must be accurate in your faith and not walk after the imagination of your own mind. If the church circumspect today? No they are not. The only thing Christians are confident of is the direction of their own moral code.

The Lord calls the conscience forward for accountability, What treasures do you have in your soul? The Lord asks the conscience, and the conscience replies, There is nothing here that represents you, O Lord. And if there is nothing there that represents Him then the vessel is empty. The empty vessel cannot gain entrance into Gods kingdom. Just as the parable of the 5 foolish virgins whose vessels were empty.

And so they would pound on the door, pleading with God on the grounds of their emptiness, but God does not hear you on the grounds of your emptiness, only on the grounds of faith. The vessel that bears His image, those are of His house. In this day God is making distinction between those who profess to know Him, but walk in the imagination of their own heart and those who walk with Him in righteousness. Apostle Eric preaches and teaches from St. Johns epistle.

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