“Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. On that day many will say to me, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name, and cast out demons in your name, and do many mighty works in your name?’ And then will I declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from me, you workers of lawlessness” (Matthew 7:21-23).
A sermon is crucial for tying a service together. It provides the primary source material for the topic at hand. In the embedded video above, Matthew 72:21-23 are essential verses to having those with a religious background understand that ‘accepting Jesus’ will not guarantee their salvation nor forthcoming in the name of the ‘true’ Jesus in the first place. The sermon is coupled with Pastor Pam’s commentary of personal experience, providing the head to a spear in the Zoom video fittingly titled, “Does Jesus Know You?”
Without listening to the sermon above, the rest of the recorded Zoom discussion will not hold as much merit to a listener, who hasn’t heard of Pam Sheppard Ministries nor its teachings offered. The subsequent discussion would be like a stick without the flint or metal enabling it to become a spear, a weapon of choice during a time of monumental spiritual warfare between the Lord’s truth and the lies of the Devil.
In this case, two examples of churchgoing women becoming demonized on the payroll out of institutional church should make a person’s ears wide to hear. If a top-tithing, tongue-speaking churchgoer rises out of her wheelchair, under the control of evil spirits, then those individuals practicing these activities should also pay particular attention. Just recently, someone became demonized decades simply by hearing a prophecy given to them on church-grounds. Put these two events with the context of Matthew 72:21—23, it should make a person stop to think about their current list of experiences in the church-system. The latter example happened only within the previous week, and there are other people with similar testimonies of becoming tormented after attending church-services too. With such in mind, it becomes increasingly plausible Jesus ‘doesn’t know’ the typical churchgoer, who are adhering to daily religious activity modeled by today’s churches. Otherwise, the aforementioned cases of the demonized Christians would not exist according to the traditional beliefs of popular denominations.
Pastor Pam’s sermons are similar to essay introductions everything develops and flows. The discussion chronicled throughout the rest of the recording session would not hold the same gravity without her cultivated, background knowledge. They are like spears slicing through the thick deception for those currently at odds with the Institutional church. (So, I’d very much hope you’d pay close attention throughout subsequent Zoom sessions for them.)
Anyone inquiring about the interpretation of Matthew 7:21-23, should look no further than the embedded YouTube video above or here via YouTube. Prepare for a spiritually nourishing service that demonstrates the proper composition of a church service: a soul-riveting prayer; an insightful, perceptive sermon; and a riveting song to soothe the spirit during the Corona epidemic. The goal is to set God’s people free from the rampant, spiritual darkness occurring in the church age of Laodicea. Take heed to the words of Pastor Pam, who has liberated numerous individuals from religious bondage and supernatural torment in over thirty-five years of experience. The folks at church may know you, but find out why that doesn’t signify that Jesus does. The price of that knowledge won’t require paying a tithe, consuming communion, or becoming slain-in-the-spirit; but only requires time to listen. Occasionally, spending time with the Lord requires faith to let go of the noisy spiritual clutter to see things clearly for their true nature. The simplistic, sincere elements found in the worship services of early believers are a far cry from the churches still attempting to remain open today. Yet, the recorded service above takes Christian service back to its roots with a prayer, sermon, and song all based on a word to hear: “Let my people go!”