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22:17; Mt. 25:1-13), the outpouring of the spirit of prophecy (Acts 2:17), unparalleled understanding of end-time prophecy (Jer. 23:20; 30:24; Dan. 11:33; 12:10), and the global youth focus in the kingdom in which fathers turn their hearts to love and serve the younger generation (Mal. 4:5-6), including the fatherless (abortion, orphans, human trafficking). Jesus prophesied twelve negative trends that bring distress to the nations and indicate the generation of His return (Mt. 24:414; Lk. 21:11, 25).
They serve as an inspiration and as a model of forerunners who announce the Jesus’ return. This, then, begs the question: what kind of people were men like John the Baptist, Peter, and Paul? How did they live? They gave up all to follow Jesus, prayed and fasted much, diligently studied the Word, proclaimed Jesus’ first and second comings, ministered in the power of the Spirit, and joyfully endured persecution. Jesus’ own testimony over John’s life was that John was the “greatest man born of a woman” (Mt.
3:1-7; 4:3-5), persecution against believers and lawlessness abounding (Mt. 24:12; Rev. 14:18), human trafficking (Rev. 18:13; Joel 3:3), pornography, and scoffers and mockers against the emphasis of preparing for the Lord’s return (2 Pet. 3:3-4). In the next chapters we will consider each of the seven commitments of the sacred charge that together help us to prepare for and live out the biblical lifestyle of a forerunner. With John the Baptist, we say, “He must increase, but I must decrease” (Jn.