The Sheeriyth Imperative – Dr. Michael Lake


The Sheeriyth Imperative Endorsement # 1

The Countdown Begins

Bible believing Christians have long spoken of Christ’s return and His defeat of our great enemy who deceives the whole world. What should believers be doing in the days leading up to this final confrontation? In The Sheeriyth Imperative, author and biblical scholar Dr. Michael Lake tells us that the day is here when the remnant of God’s people are being called together to face the reemergence and attempted open insurgency of the spirit of Nimrod. God is calling His people into a time of equipping for this spiritual undertaking. Are you ready? Will you set aside the distractions of the world system and take up your mantle of sheeriyth – the remnant?


Mike Spaulding, Ph.D.

Host, Soaring Eagle Radio

Author, “Leadership and Organizational Vision,” and “Servant Leadership.”

Link to Dr. Lake’s website – here.

The Church and Its Mission Today – Part 2

broken down pulpit

We often hear that “revival starts with the people of God.” That statement is true but often masks what must precede revival. Before God will bring revival in and upon His people, Christians must repent, confess, and turn from their evil ways. In other words, revival is necessary for a people that have wandered off the narrow path and have come under judgment.

The idea of revival in America has a long and storied history. From traveling evangelists to week long “tent meetings,” revival was a yearly occurrence in the lives of Christians throughout the 1940’s through 1970’s. Somewhere in the process of holding annual revival meetings, Christians made them more about evangelism than about personal repentance. This means that Christians did not do much self-reflection but instead focused on inviting friends, co-workers, and family members that they believed needed to hear the gospel.

Over the years the effectiveness of this type of outreach has waned dramatically. The need for revival in and upon the body of Christ has never been clearer though. A problem is that the modern version of Christianity has been so distorted by false teaching, so misconstrued by a heretical breed of motivational charlatans, by the ever growing cadre of name-it-claim-it, blab-it-grab-it, mantra chattering, demon oppressed celebrity “pastors,” that the body of Christ is in the miry swamplands of self-absorbed materialism, self-inflicted narcissism, and demon produced doctrines of flesh and misdirection. Sadly they do not even realize their precarious estate.

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