Here at FGGAM we strive to bring a Biblical Worldview. When you look at New Mexico from a Biblical Worldview, you see why its going to hell. We are not about politics, we are all about GOD Almighty. So many here in New Mexico are blinded by Satan. I have never seen a state pray so much, but it does not change its heart, it returns to its evil ways. REPENT NEW MEXICO! CHANGE YOUR WAYS NOW! How on earth can God be happy with you? No more high school pep rallies please. Let us see a state turn from its evil ways.

New Mexico, said to be the abortion capital……..

“Surely the arm of the Lord is not too short to save, nor his ear too dull to hear. But your iniquities have separated you from your God; your sins have hidden his face from you, so that he will not hear.” (Isaiah 59:1-2)

Repent New Mexico! Change your ways!

“True repentance is not only sorrow for sins and humble penitence and contrition before God, but it involves the necessity of turning away from them, a discontinuance of all evil practices and deeds, a thorough reformation of life, a vital change from evil to good, from vice to virtue, from darkness to light.

When the ancient prophets beckoned the people to repent and return, they were calling for a complete turnaround inspired from within the heart and will of the individual. The prophets called both the nation of Israel and individual people to surrender their lives, to turn away from a life ruled by sin to a relationship with God, the sovereign ruler over all: “Even now—this is the LORD’s declaration—turn to me with all your heart, with fasting, weeping, and mourning. Tear your hearts, not just your clothes, and return to the LORD your God. For he is gracious and compassionate, slow to anger, abounding in faithful love, and he relents from sending disaster” (Joel 2:12–13, CSB).

The theme of repentance continues in the New Testament, beginning with John the Baptist (Matthew 3:2) and then Jesus Christ (Matthew 4:17); both urgently called people to repent because the arrival of the Kingdom of God was at hand. Many chose this radical reorientation of their lives and demonstrated repentance through baptism (Mark 1:4) and profound changes in lifestyle and relationships (Luke 3:8–14).

New Mexico, you pray and pray, but do not change your ways. You still kill God’s babies, you do not take care of His precious children. Look and see all His homeless children in Albuquerque. Look and see all His children that are abused and killed.

Bob Russell: God is not a cosmic genie who promises to answer every request if we just believe strongly enough in His power. There are qualifiers. Someone once said that God answers prayer in one of four ways: 1) “Yes,” 2) “No,” 3) “Wait,” or 4) “You’ve got to be kidding Me!”

There are reasons why prayers are not answered, even though I get a little impatient with super-spiritual saints who leave the impression that they have a deeper grasp of prayer than most. Such folks teach that if other believers just understood God’s Word better—or had more faith in prayer—God would answer all their requests. They would never suffer illness or poverty again. Such leaders seem to ignore the fact that Jesus was poor and the Apostle Paul struggled with a thorn in the flesh throughout his life. Paul prayed for God to remove the pain, but the Lord did not answer this petition.

This report does not include abortion deaths of babies in New Mexico and other causes of death of His precious children.

New Mexico Worst in child well-being in America

Reference: The 2022 KIDS COUNT Data Book (2022 State Trends in Child Well-Being) Published by Annie E. Casey Foundation Published Online


What Does God’s Word say About Repentance?


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