To The Church of This Generation, Write issues a simple call to repent and return to a place of purity~to accomplish the goal of the apostle Paul: for the church to be so full of God's Glory that we awaken a Jewish people to their Messiah. The enemy is using an age-old tactic of sexual immorality to weaken the church. Gentile and Jewish nations alike scoff at us because we are participating in the very same sins as the world. While the enemy is stripping the world of their clothing and revealing their flesh to cover them in shame, God is stripping His people of their flesh to cover them in glory. If we will repent and turn back to purity, God will bring us forth as gold out of the refining fires and fill us with His Glory – -transforming and empowering us, as a universal prophetic messenger, to usher in the harvest of Gentiles and reveal the Messiah to the Jewish nation so that they may turn and be saved! About the Author: Rachel Quirt is passionate about pursuing an intimate relationship with Jesus, being filled with His Glory, and sharing His compassion with others. She established Arise & Shine ~ Awaken to God's Glory, a ministry dedicated to helping people arise out of darkness and awaken to His Glorious light, bringing transformation to fulfill their full potential in God, bringing Him glory! Arise & Shine is also dedicated to challenging societal paradigms of sexualization in our culture that encourage and foster an environment from which sex trafficking can flourish. Her ministry raises awareness and funds for sex-trafficking victims and survivors through supporting established Christian organizations. Rachel and her husband Richard have been married seventeen years, and currently reside in Kingston, Ontario. She has three stepdaughters residing in various parts of the world and a daughter at home, aged 16. You can learn more about Rachel and Arise & Shine Ministries by visiting her website at www.ariseshineministries.ca. Rachel holds a diploma in Behavioural Science Technology and is currently working toward her B.A. in Religious Education.