There are certain features of the saints that will be moveable in these last days, such people will get carried away by the storms that are blowing or will blow in the future. You must begin to check your life and make up your mind not to be in any of the categories below.
a)They are “faithful-until” people: They are not faithful all the way but faithful until... something good/positive happens or until what they want does not happen. For example, some sisters are faithful until marriage. Before God can commit His faithfulness to you, you must prove your faithfulness to Him. Many Christians are serving God because of what they can get out of Him. Don’t be a faithful-until; faithful until what you want does not happen or until what you want happens.
b)They are borderline people- one leg in the world, one leg in the church: These have enough Christianity to attract the devil and enough evil to anger God. They are highly unstable and unpredictable.
c)They are “favourite scripture” people: II Timothy 3:16 says “All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness”. Moveable saints are “favourite scripture” people and not “all scripture” people. They have never opened some books in the bible, and they don’t like hearing some messages. If you are like that something is going to move you down the line.
d)They are fair weather believers: They only follow Jesus when the weather is fine. They are not all weather people. Jesus told some people that they had been looking for him because they ate bread yesterday (John 6:23-27). Such people are moveable; they can’t stick to any serious thing.
These kinds of saints are not going to last in these last days, because God is going to allow the devil to check everybody out. The people that are going to have enduring blessings in these last days are those that are not moveable.
PRAYER: Lord, I receive the grace to follow you all the way. I give you my all and hold nothing back. Thank you Jesus! In Jesus’ name. Amen.
Bible in a year: Joshua 11:1-12:24, Luke 17:11-37, Psalm 84:1-12, Proverbs 13:5-6