“The citizenship of the Kingdom of God is composed of lovers. The citizenship of earthly kingdoms, and the prostitute with whom they keep company, “Babylon the Great, mother of Harlots,” is made up of merchants of one kind or another, but all with an agenda of getting.” ~ http://bit.ly/1a3GDsT
“Getting out of Babylon, it seems, is a call to every one of us, but where are we to go if we are given no alternative? Does “the gospel” consign us to some kind of mental holding pattern until Jesus comes back? Why should people living in darkness want a piece of that action?”
We need to live in the Spirit’s alternative to Babylon; we need to live there now. My experience tells me that this is well within reach of the faith once delivered to the saints, and still available even in our own day. What we are presently calling “church” isn’t fooling anyone, except perhaps ourselves.” ~ http://bit.ly/1fMAad3
“If those who are His are going to be called out of Babylon, they must have a clearer understanding, not only of that from which they are being called out, but that into which they are being called. As it is, the saints seem to be continually called from one Babylon to another, by one blind guide to the next, and the only things that change are the male egos being gratified. And, in our own day, even female egos are beginning to get in on the act.
I confess again, that I may not know the Father’s timing, but for me, I think that this has gone on long enough. My heart’s desire is for the city of God’s making, not the cities of man’s doing.” ~ http://bit.ly/175v2r8
“I have no business trying to call God’s people out of Babylon, until I am manifestly living somewhere else. The People of God need an alternative place to live. I call that place, ‘relationships that come from God.’ ~ http://bit.ly/MEyWRA
“Are we prepared to do whatever is necessary to get the objects of God’s affection out of Babylon, and Babylon out of the objects of God’s affection?” ~http://bit.ly/18yVyfI