Good Orderly Direction

Simple … just a simple yes or no will be fine.


One Saturday evening, I walked down to Times Square as it bustled with tourists and others doing holiday shopping. It is estimated that at rush hour, nearly a quarter of a million people pass through that area. As I stood there, I prayed while watching the masses of people.

At one point, the Holy Spirit whispered to me, “David, take a look at these throngs. Multiply them several times, and that’s how many of my people died in the wilderness. Out of all those masses, only two entered into my rest, Joshua and Caleb. Everyone else died before their time, in despair and unbelief.”

The thought was overwhelming to me. As I watched the crowds, I realized they all had the gospel message available to them at any time, through television, radio, literature, even free Bibles in their hotel rooms. If only they wanted to know, they would be told that the same God who performed miracles for ancient Israel does the same for all who love Him today. Yet these don’t want to know Him. If they see someone handing out a gospel tract, they race by and wave him away. They have no gods but pleasure, money and possessions.

Suddenly, I began to see the value of a single believer in God’s eyes. And I hear Jesus asking the same question today: “When I return, will I find faith in the earth?” (see Luke 18:8). I see Christ, the searcher of men’s hearts, scouring all these venues, and finding few who truly love Him. I see Him searching college campuses, asking, “Who here will believe Me?” I see Him searching Washington, D.C., for those who would accept Him, and finding few. I see Him searching entire nations, and finding only a remnant.

Finally, He searches His church, looking for servants with a true faith. Yet, what He sees breaks His heart, grieving Him deeply. I hear Him cry as He did over Israel, “O Jerusalem, Jerusalem . . . how often would I have gathered thy children together, even as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings, and ye would not!” (Matthew 23:37).

As a minister of the Lord, I bear my Shepherd’s burden. And I feel His grief. Right now, I hear Him saying, “Even in My house, I find so few who have faith. Many of My own children, including My shepherds, faint in their times of trial. They don’t trust Me for their families, their jobs, their futures. Indeed, many have made their choice.”

So, what about you? The Lord comes to all of us, asking, “Will you believe Me? Do you trust Me? When I come, will I find faith in you?”

How will you respond?

David Wilkerson

What in the Wild Wild West is happening?

I read a news article this afternoon which stated “The Mormon church has issued a warning” about the end of time.

You Tube is full of Videos, with dates, about the end of the world as we know it.


I get it, I’m a little shaken myself by current events.

I have secretly wondered myself if the “prophets” are true. But guess what, I woke this morning and started breathing.

And frankly glad I had a few dollars in my pocket when I went to the farmers market.

I may just need to get back to my book writing project to sort it all out.

Remiss in my duties

Well, I upgraded to Windows 10 a month ago and lost my link to live writer. I actually have not been focusing on blogging. I digress ….

So, migration to Walsenburg proper is basically finished. This is my new little spot … 1930’s era cottage on the north side.

DSCN0808 God is good, to be sure …. she is a project with plenty to keep my hands busy.

Spring in Colorado

The snow is gone for the moment, the days are warmer. It is all good. We had several good snows with plenty of moisture and there may yet be more. Alas, it is only mid March.


My new smile arrived early. Wow, it feels great to smile without reservation.

The year is off to a good start, I do turn 62 this summer. Social Security will be filed in a few months and I’m ready to have a little larger monthly cash flow. Hugs all around, for friends and family. Thanks for all of your prayers and support.

Winter Is Here

The wind is Howling … This first day of winter (or maybe the first week) may come in like Gang Busters. We shall see, soon.

Do I miss the city life?

Not really.

When I hit the county road leaving Walsenburg, I pass a cemetery … That is kind of how I feel about what I left behind in 2010.

Lake Texoma, Lake Whitney, Lake Caddo, Black Lake and a hundred country roads. Dusty, bumpy but I love them all.

Coming in this morning I saw the normal critters. Deer, Rabbits and loads of birds, I really like the birds. A dear friend of mine gave me my first copy of Jonathan Livingston Sea Gull and since then I have given them away and replaced them several times. Yes, have a hard back copy now.

Life is good, slower .. live the city light, miss the music and friends but not the insanity.

So, life goes forward and I’m happy with it all.

Thanks for stopping by today.