Today's Calling by Gerald O. Lukehart

Today's Calling by Gerald O. Lukehart What if a man, a Catholic man, one not familiar with or desiring the Supernatural, begins to receive prophecies and warnings from God? These warnings include a major California earthquake, a Nuclear explosion in Paris, and the world ending by a collision with a star. This man has a calling to be a prophet, something he has never wanted to be. To this day this is something he never fully wanted. All he wanted was to be able to lead his own life, to follow his own path, never desiring to be called a fool, a heretic, a charlatan, or worse. This man has received over two thousand messages ranging from Abortion, to the New Age movement, to Pastors who mislead the flock. These messages reveal things to come, things that now are and things that should not be... From hope, to love, to doom, to a new beginning, herein lies a broad range of insight from a whole new perspective. From God's... Really not a new perspective for these messages reach out from an earlier time, the time of Joel, Jeremiah and Daniel, giving us an insight to the inner workings of the Lord. With a warning and with a possibility of the end coming soon there is an urgency and a relevance to these messages that must get out to one and all. We, Ray's extended spiritual family, want to share with you of the struggles to have faith ourselves and of the reality of what we have received from Ray and of the miracles that have followed. We find the prophecies: To be simple and straight forward, written from a first hand perspective. To fly in the face of orthodox tradition. To be a thorn in the side to everyone who has already made up their mind and heart on how the end is to come and who God is... This has the potential to be one of the most controversial books of the year. Since April of 1992 the prophecies and the spiritual warfare has increased around Mr. Aguilera. The Prophecies are spreading across the United States and around the world. People have sensed the presence of God, some cry, some shake, some pray, some find God... We hope you will too. * Mr. Gerald O. Lukehart is a grassroots born again Charismatic Christian with a Southern Baptist family heritage.

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Dedicated Man An explanation of the Ray Aguilera phenomenon, by Robert Thompson.*

Dedicated Man An explanation of the Ray Aguilera phenomenon, by Robert Thompson.* To understand Ray Aguilera, two key words must be defined. First, the definition of Dedicate: According to the American Heritage Dictionary, 1. To set apart for a special purpose. 2. To commit (oneself) fully; devote. 3. To inscribe (e.g. a book) to someone. Secondly, the definition of Phenomenon: Again, according to the American Heritage Dictionary, 1. An occurrence or fact that can be perceived by the senses. 2. a. An unusual fact or occurrence. b. A person outstanding for an extreme quality or achievement. During the first three years of Ray's "Journey" he encountered a multitude of obstacles, all of which he challenged and conquered, as his Christian walk strengthened with the knowledge that he was chosen for a very special purpose. Without formal bible training or any past theological interests, other than a desire to be a good Christian, Ray has accepted the greatest responsibility of his life. Criticism from leaders within the church, disbelief from friends and acquaintances, and his own insecurities as a human being have not deterred Ray from completing his task. As if these reasons were not enough, to deter Ray from his work, there were also constant battles and tests visited upon him from the Spiritual world. For Ray's battles, on behalf of God, were with the devil, who never sleeps. (Eph. 6:12) Therefore Ray's vigilance over these matters required weekly, daily, and hourly attention. Ray professes not to be a prophet, yet he receives prophecies. He understands not symbolism, yet he receives visions and symbols. He lacks biblical expertise, yet he is told to use the bible. He aspires not lofty rank within the church, yet he challenges those of authority and questionable repute. He detests radicalism and revolution, yet his work is radical and revolutionary in thought and design. Ray's life appears complicated, troubled, and disturbed at times. Nevertheless, Ray has kept to his task and pursued goals given him by God: Write everything down; put it into a book form; and spread the word worldwide. Ray was told to do this and have unconditional faith in God's ability to open doors and provide contacts to insure the successful completion of this powerful project. Ray is a dedicated man. He is set apart from others, by God, for a special purpose. He is devoted and fully committed to his task. And, he has sacrificed all to write a book, not about God, but from God. This book is not about Ray's life, his beliefs, or even his experiences. This book is about change; this book is about perceptions; this book is about getting back to God. Ray feels there is a disturbance in the church. He hopes this book will bring about change that will be positive for all Christians and non-Christians alike. More importantly, Ray wants to see change in the church. Ray faces an uphill battle. He feels threatened and intimidated by leaders in the church because of what has been written. But it is precisely what has been written, and disseminated, that will bring the needed change. Force, violence, and radical actions will not be the catalyst for change. The written word, just the word of God, will be enough to bring universal change in the body. The greatest change in the church occurred in the 1500's by a theologian named Martin Luther. He challenged the dogmatic practices of the Catholic Church. He was a prolific writer and charismatic speaker. The German people of the 1520's would have violently revolted or turned to radical activities had Martin Luther suggested that course of action. However, Martin Luther wrote and published God's word. The word of God was spread by individuals that networked and challenged the authority of the existing church. Martin Luther knew also that Satan could attack individuals, but when the work of God is being done, by spreading words, it is very distressing to the devil. Ray Aguilera is not a theologian. Nevertheless, he is spreading the word of God just as he has been instructed. He is experiencing divine intervention through visions and occurrences. He records and documents every event in his own words and style. Ray is not a writer so he puts everything down as if he were conversing with a friend. Ray's work is personal, not for commercial gain, and written for everyone, Christian and non-Christian alike. Ray's mission in life is simple: Get the word of God to everyone. Through his dedication he is accomplishing this very goal. It is phenomenal that Ray's writings, although incomplete, are being read and distributed throughout the United States and abroad. Bits and pieces are scattered throughout the world. When this work is finished it will be available to everyone because it is the will of God that the word of God be read by all. * Robert Thompson is a Teacher/Historian who stated that the Lord gave him several dreams and restless nights and placed a burden to write this preface and to use scripture.

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Prophecy given to Raymond on 26 October 1994 at 11:33 AM. in English. The Lord Jehovah gave me this prophecy to be placed here. Jehovah God said, "The prophecy of Joel is being fulfilled today."

From the New International Version of the Holy Bible: Joel 2:28 "And afterward, I will pour out my Spirit on all people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy, your old men will dream dreams, your young men will see visions. Joel 2:29 Even on my servants, both men and women, I will pour out my Spirit in those days. Joel 2:30 I will show wonders in the heavens and on the earth, blood and fire and billows of smoke. Joel 2:31 The sun will be turned to darkness and the moon to blood before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the LORD. Joel 2:32 And everyone who calls on the name of the LORD will be saved; for on Mount Zion and in Jerusalem there will be deliverance, as the LORD has said, among the survivors whom the LORD calls." *********************************************************************************** Acts 2:16 No, this is what was spoken by the prophet Joel: Acts 2:17 "In the last days, God says, I will pour out my Spirit on all people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy, your young men will see visions, your old men will dream dreams. Acts 2:18 Even on my servants, both men and women, I will pour out my Spirit in those days, and they will prophesy. Acts 2:19 I will show wonders in the heaven above and signs on the earth below, blood and fire and billows of smoke. Acts 2:20 The sun will be turned to darkness and the moon to blood before the coming of the great and glorious day of the Lord. Acts 2:21 And everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved."

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Comments from Raymond Aguilera.

These Prophecies are all end time prophecies. Most of the prophecies are from the Father Jehovah. Many people have related to me, that the material in this Book gives them joy and peace in knowing that the Lord is coming. For some people have sensed the Presence of the Lord in a supernatural way when they read certain prophecies. Once, I was fortunate to witness an incident; where a woman from Mexico was telling me how she read and enjoyed reading the Spanish Prophecy book. Then discovering during our conversation that the book she had read was written in English. This shocked her for she could only read Spanish. You should of seen her bewildered face in shock and surprise as to the miracle that had happened to her. This is only one of many such testimonies that people have related to me from reading this prophecy book. This Book certainly will not tickle your ears concerning the wrath of God, but it will show you HIS LOVE for mankind, and states it many times. At the same time some people are afraid, due to the frankness of how the wrath of God is stated. The beginning prophecies have many words that are repeated, I believe that the Lord was training me to receive His Word, and in some cases, I believe He wanted people to hear it over and over. So I prayed about it, and was instructed to leave it as I received it. I would like to add, that I was raised Catholic and have attended Protestant Churches. God bless you all.

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