The Feelings of Zeus

13 Jun

The Feelings of Zeus…

Hannukah is the war between God and Zeus, a Greek god, whose statue defiled the temple. There’s a difference between Zeus and Jehovah. Zeus was an idol. The Lord is not an idol.

His worship is spiritual, of the Spirit. Hannukah is uniquely linked to the end times, a war between the carnal and the spiritual; the way of Zeus versus the way of Jehovah.

Zeus is of feeling, so the end time culture focuses on the sensual. If it feels good, do it. Unfortunately, this has seeped into God’s people and God’s house.

Believers are told to go by feeling, but it’s not the way of God, it’s the way of Zeus. Feelings aren’t bad, but they must never lead faith, only follow. We don’t go by feeling.

We follow God who is beyond the sensual. We are called to know God, not to feel God. God’s people live by faith, not by sight. They know Him, whether they feel Him or not.

They praise Him when they don’t feel like it; stand strong when they don’t feel it. Know it, believe it, stand in it. You are not of Zeus; you are of Jehovah.

God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in the Spirit and in truth. John 4:24

There is a war going on for your soul today. Live by faith, not by feeling or sight. Stand in the fight and pray without ceasing. Know the sound of the Master’s voice.

Walk daily with God at your side!

Love always,


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