The Apocalypse

Written by Rev.Anthony Smith

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Rev 6:16-17 And said torepparttar mountains and rocks, Fall on us, and hide us fromrepparttar 135162 face of him that sitteth onrepparttar 135163 throne, and fromrepparttar 135164 wrath ofrepparttar 135165 Lamb: [God isrepparttar 135166 one onrepparttar 135167 Throne and Jesus isrepparttar 135168 Lamb] { But Jesus is not returning here inrepparttar 135169 tenderness of a Lamb but as a roaring Lion and Vengeful King of Kings.} Forrepparttar 135170 great day of his wrath is come; and who shall be able to stand? Fire and smoke, mingled with blood, none will be able to stand, all of mans posturing and great swelling words will fall on deaf ears asrepparttar 135171 Son of God breaks thrurepparttar 135172 eastern sky. Andrepparttar 135173 elements shall melt with a fervent heat. Many still today are saying that a righteous God would never destroy men, because He loves us. This is a misconception on their behalf. Gods’ word is true and not a lie. His prophecies will come to pass and His judgments on man are righteous judgments. Blood will flow torepparttar 135174 bridle ofrepparttar 135175 horse for 200 miles, this is fact and a promise fromrepparttar 135176 Almighty. Death, Hell andrepparttar 135177 Grave are never satisfied, they always hunger for more and more, and only thru Jesus can we escaperepparttar 135178 torment that is to come upon a lost and unrighteous world. Hell enlarges its boarders daily, and is never satisfied and never complete. Idle threats from man have never nor will ever concern our Lord and savior, but man is headed forrepparttar 135179 Apocalypse with swift feet and greed in His heart. The blood will flow andrepparttar 135180 beasts ofrepparttar 135181 fields andrepparttar 135182 fowls ofrepparttar 135183 air will devourrepparttar 135184 bodies of many. An Eagle is a bird of prey as arerepparttar 135185 vulture and others. They shall be filled with their flesh. The Four Horsemen ofrepparttar 135186 Apocalypse arerepparttar 135187 representation ofrepparttar 135188 four plagues that will consumerepparttar 135189 enemies of Israel andrepparttar 135190 Israeli people. This is an international plague that will touchrepparttar 135191 lives of all people onrepparttar 135192 earth and none shall escape. Oba 1:4 Though thou exalt thyself asrepparttar 135193 eagle, and though thou set thy nest amongrepparttar 135194 stars, thence will I bring thee down, saithrepparttar 135195 LORD. This prophecy is against Edom. Its destruction seems to have been typical, as their father Esau’s rejection; and to refer torepparttar 135196 destruction ofrepparttar 135197 enemies ofrepparttar 135198 gospel church. Allrepparttar 135199 enemies of God’s church shall be disappointed inrepparttar 135200 things they stay themselves on. God can easily lay those low who magnify and exalt themselves; and will do it. Carnal security ripens men for ruin, and makesrepparttar 135201 ruin worse when it comes. Mans laws and mans statutes will come to no avail whenrepparttar 135202 Great Day ofrepparttar 135203 Lord comes, and it will come. So ,is there hope yet for man? Isa 40:31 But they that wait uponrepparttar 135204 LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint. Forrepparttar 135205 saved yes, and aboutrepparttar 135206 lost, yes, we as Christians must do as Christ has demanded; ” John 9:4, I must workrepparttar 135207 works of him that sent me, while it is day:repparttar 135208 night cometh, when no man can work.” We all must work while we still haverepparttar 135209 light. Those whom are lost must come to Jesus while there is still a light shining otherwiserepparttar 135210 night will come upon you to everlasting darkness.


The Land of Suffering

Written by Dot McGinnis

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That's not an easy thing to do whenever pain is a constant companion. But, Jesus never did say our lives would be easy ones. He did, however, promise us in His Word that He would always be with us; every step ofrepparttar way.

"... Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you.” (Hebrews 13:5)

How privileged we are to walk throughrepparttar 135161 land of suffering where Joseph once trod. Though painful it is, when our journey gets weary, we can draw strength fromrepparttar 135162 Word of our God. Whenrepparttar 135163 road that we're walking seems barren and lonely,repparttar 135164 pathway You've given deserted and rough. Only to know You'll walk through it with us; this Sweet Jesus is more than enough. © 2005 by Dot McGinnis

Dot McGinnis is a poet from Pennsylvania. She suffers from a neurological disorder, scoliosis, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, and had a compression fracture in her back; which resulted in a bone spur that left a nerve root pressed against her spinal cord. This might impair her ability to walk in the future. She is retired yet continues serving the Lord via the Heavenly Inspirations Ministries.

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