Judgement

We are grateful for Prophetess Lisa and her question regarding 1 Peter 4:17 - 1 Peter 4:1717For it is time for judgment to begin with God's household; and if it begins with us, what will the outcome be for those who do not obey the gospel of God?

This verse is in context of the whole paragraph/chapter of 1 Peter 4. It deals with suffering and fiery trials that people deal with. The word judgement in this context is Krima in the Greek which means a sentence or condemnation. Condemnation and sentencing is given only by the righteous judge, not us. In this sense, God is saying that as He judges (which he is continually doing in this season) he is sending trials and tribulations to weed out those that have a form of Godliness, but deny the power thereof. 1 Peter 4:17 is teaching that God wants to clean up his church first and remove those spirits that are attempting to infiltrate the body and leading others astray. Judgement begins in the household of faith not by man, but by God. God is sending fire to expose and remove the counterfeit and sanctify the genuine within the household of faith. There is a remnant that will continue to stand spiritually through judgement, HALLELUJAH, and the knock-offs will be knocked off.

Let's do this thing forreal for the eyes of the Lord are watching and He is acting according to what He sees and knows.