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Friday, May 4, 2012

A Look At Luke CH 21 End Times, Esp. Signs In The Sky, A Startling Writing From The Historian Josephus Before The Fall Of Jerusalem, Mind Blowing True History




Luk 21:7  And they asked him, saying, Teacher, when therefore shall these things be? and what shall be the sign when these things are about to come to pass?

Luk 21:8  And he said, Take heed that ye be not led astray: for many shall come in my name, saying, I am he; and, The time is at hand: go ye not after them.

Luk 21:9  And when ye shall hear of wars and tumults, be not terrified: for these things must needs come to pass first; but the end is not immediately.

Luk 21:10  Then said he unto them, Nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom;

Luk 21:11  and there shall be great earthquakes, and in divers places famines and pestilences; and there shall be terrors and great signs from heaven.

Luk 21:12  But before all these things, they shall lay their hands on you, and shall persecute you, delivering you up to the synagogues and prisons, bringing you before kings and governors for my name's sake.

Luk 21:13  It shall turn out unto you for a testimony.

Luk 21:14  Settle it therefore in your hearts, not to meditate beforehand how to answer:

Luk 21:15  for I will give you a mouth and wisdom, which all your adversaries shall not be able to withstand or to gainsay.

Luk 21:16  But ye shall be delivered up even by parents, and brethren, and kinsfolk, and friends; and some of you shall they cause to be put to death.

Luk 21:17  And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake.

Luk 21:18  And not a hair of your head shall perish.

Luk 21:19  In your patience ye shall win your souls.

Luk 21:20  But when ye see Jerusalem compassed with armies, then know that her desolation is at hand.

Luk 21:21  Then let them that are in Judaea flee unto the mountains; and let them that are in the midst of her depart out; and let not them that are in the country enter therein.

Luk 21:22  For these are days of vengeance, that all things which are written may be fulfilled.

Luk 21:23  Woe unto them that are with child and to them that give suck in those days! for there shall be great distress upon the land, and wrath unto this people.

Luk 21:24  And they shall fall by the edge of the sword, and shall be led captive into all the nations: and Jerusalem shall be trodden down of the Gentiles, until the times of the Gentiles be fulfilled.

Luk 21:25  And there shall be signs in sun and moon and stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, in perplexity for the roaring of the sea and the billows;

Luk 21:26  men fainting for fear, and for expectation of the things which are coming on the world: for the powers of the heavens shall be shaken.

Luk 21:27  And then shall they see the Son of man coming in a cloud with power and great glory.

Luk 21:28  But when these things begin to come to pass, look up, and lift up your heads; because your redemption draweth nigh.

Luk 21:29  And he spake to them a parable: Behold the fig tree, and all the trees:

Luk 21:30  when they now shoot forth, ye see it and know of your own selves that the summer is now nigh.

Luk 21:31  Even so ye also, when ye see these things coming to pass, know ye that the kingdom of God is nigh.

Luk 21:32  Verily I say unto you, This generation shall not pass away, till all things be accomplished.

Luk 21:33  Heaven and earth shall pass away: but my words shall not pass away.

Luk 21:34  But take heed to yourselves, lest haply your hearts be overcharged with surfeiting, and drunkenness, and cares of this life, and that day come on you suddenly as a snare:

Luk 21:35  for so shall it come upon all them that dwell on the face of all the earth.

Luk 21:36  But watch ye at every season, making supplication, that ye may prevail to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man.



Luk 21:11  and there shall be great earthquakes, and in divers places famines and pestilences; and there shall be terrors and great signs from heaven.



Barnes:

Josephus, who had probably never heard of this prophecy, and who certainly would have done nothing designedly to show its fulfillment, records the prodigies and signs which He says preceded the destruction of the city.

A star, says he, resembling a sword, stood over the city, and a comet that continued a whole year. At the feast of unleavened bread, during the night, a bright light shone round the altar and the temple, so that it seemed to be bright day, for half an hour.

 The eastern gate of the temple, of solid brass, fastened with strong bolts and bars, and which had been shut with difficulty by twenty men, opened in the night of its own accord. A few days after that feast, He says, “Before sunsetting, chariots and troops of soldiers in their armor were seen running about among the clouds, and surrounding of cities.” A great noise, as of the sound of a multitude, was heard in the temple, saying, “Let us remove hence.”

 Four years before the war began, Jesus, the son of Ananus, a plebeian and a husbandman, came to the feast of the tabernacles when the city was in peace and prosperity, and began to cry aloud, “A voice from the east, a voice from the west, a voice from the four winds, a voice against Jerusalem and the holy house, a voice against the bridegroom and the brides, and a voice against this whole people!” He was scourged, and at every stroke of the whip He cried, “Woe, woe to Jerusalem!” This cry, Josephus says, was continued every day for more than seven years, until He was killed in the siege of the city, exclaiming, “Woe, woe to myself also!” - Jewish Wars, b. 6 chapter 9, section 3.

Barnes more on text.

Luke 21:7-36

The account of the destruction of Jerusalem contained in this chapter has been fully considered in the notes at Matt. 24. All that will be necessary here will be an explanation of a few words that did not occur in that chapter.
Luk_21:9

Commotions - Insurrections. Subjects rising against their rulers.

Luk_21:11
Fearful sights - See Mat_24:7.
Luk_21:12, Luk_21:13

Synagogues, and into prisons - See the notes at Mar_13:9-10.
Luk_21:14
Settle it, therefore, in your hearts - Fix it firmly in your minds - so firmly as to become a settled principle - that you are always to depend on God for aid in all your trials. See Mar_13:11.
Luk_21:15

A mouth - Eloquence, ability to speak as the case may demand. Compare Exo_4:11.
Gainsay - Speak against. They will not be able to “reply” to it, or to “resist” the force of what you shall say.
Luk_21:18

A hair of your head perish - This is a proverbial expression, denoting that they should not suffer any essential injury. This was strikingly fulfilled in the fact that in the calamities of Jerusalem there is reason to believe that no Christian suffered. Before those calamities came on the city they had fled to “Pella,” a city on the east of the Jordan. See the notes at Mat_24:18.
Luk_21:19

In your patience - Rather by your perseverance. The word “patience” here means constancy or perseverance in sustaining afflictions.

Possess ye your souls - Some read here the “future” instead of the “present” of the verb rendered “possess.” The word “possess” means here to “preserve” or keep, and the word “souls” means “lives.” This passage may be thus translated: By persevering in bearing these trials you “will” save your lives, or you will be safe; or, by persevering “preserve” your lives; that is, do not yield to these calamities, but bear up under them, for he that endureth to the end, the same shall be saved. Compare Mat_24:13.
Luk_21:22

All things which are written may be fulfilled - Judgment had been threatened by almost all the prophets against that wicked city. They had spoken of its crimes and threatened its ruin. Once God had destroyed Jerusalem and carried the people to Babylon; but their crimes had been repeated when they returned, and God had again threatened their ruin.

Shall fall ... - No less than one million one hundred thousand perished in the siege of Jerusalem.

Shall be led away captive - More than 90,000 were led into captivity. See the notes at Matt. 24.

Shall be trodden down by the Gentiles - Shall be in possession of the Gentiles, or be subject to them. The expression also implies that it would be an “oppressive” subjection, as when a captive in war is trodden down under the feet of the conqueror.

 Anciently conquerors “trod on” the necks of those who were subdued by them, Jos_10:24; 2Sa_22:41; Eze_21:29. The bondage of Jerusalem has been long and very oppressive. It was for a long time under the dominion of the Romans, then of the Saracens, and is now of the Turks, and is aptly represented by a captive stretched on the ground whose neck is “trodden” by the foot of the conqueror.

Until the times of the Gentiles be fulfilled - This passage has been understood very differently by different expositors. Some refer it to the time which the Romans who conquered it had dominion over it, as signifying that “they” should keep possession of it until a part of the pagans should be converged, when it should be rebuilt. Thus it was rebuilt by the Emperor Adrian.

 Others suppose that it refers to the end of the world, when all the Gentiles shall be converted, and they shall “cease” to be Gentiles by becoming Christians, meaning that it should “always” be desolate.

Others, that Christ meant to say that in the times of the millennium, when the gospel should spread universally, he would reign personally on the earth, and that the “Jews” would return and rebuild Jerusalem and the temple. This is the opinion of the Jews and of many Christians. The meaning of the passage clearly is,

1.         That Jerusalem would be completely destroyed.

2.         That this would be done by Gentiles - that is, by the Roman armies.

3.         That this desolation would continue as long as God should judge it proper in a fit manner to express his abhorrence of the crimes of the nation - that is, until the times allotted to “them” by God for this desolation should be accomplished, without specifying how long that would be, or what would occur to the city after that.

It “may” be rebuilt, and inhabited by converted Jews. Such a thing is “possible,” and the Jews naturally seek that as their home; but whether this be so or not, the time when the “Gentiles,” as such, shall have dominion over the city is limited. Like all other cities on the earth, it will yet be brought under the influence of the gospel, and will be inhabited by the true friends of God. Pagan, infidel, anti-Christian dominion shall cease there, and it will be again a place where God will be worshipped in sincerity - a place “even then” of special interest from the recollection of the events which have occurred there. “How long” it is to be before this occurs is known only to Him “who hath put the times and seasons in his own power,” Act_1:7.
Luk_21:25


Upon the earth distress of nations - Some have proposed to render the word “earth” by “land,” confining it to Judea. It often has this meaning, and there seems some propriety in so using it here. The word translated “distress” denotes anxiety of mind - such an anxiety as people have when they do not know what to do to free themselves from calamities; and it means here that the calamities would be so great and overwhelming that they would not know what to do to escape. There would be a want of counsel, and deep anxiety at the impending evils.

With perplexity - Rather “on account” of their perplexity, or the desperate state of their affairs. The Syriac has it, “perplexity or wringing of hands,” which is a sign of deep distress and horror.

The sea and the waves roaring -but as an image of great distress. Probably it is designed to denote that these calamities would come upon them like a deluge. As when in a storm the ocean roars, and wave rolls on wave and dashes against the shore, and each succeeding surge is more violent than the one that preceded it, so would the calamities come upon Judea. They would roll over the whole land, and each wave of trouble would be more violent than the one that preceded it, until the whole country would be desolate. The same image is also used in Isa_8:7-8, and Rev_18:15.
Luk_21:26

Men’s hearts failing them - This is an expression denoting the highest terror. The word rendered “failing” commonly denotes to “die,” and here it means that the terror would be so great that people would faint and be ready to die in view of the approaching calamities. And if this was true in respect to the judgments about to come upon Judea, how much more so will it be in the day of judgment, when the wicked will be arraigned before the Son of God, and when they shall have before them the prospect of the awful sufferings of hell - the pains and woes which shall continue forever! It will be no wonder, then, if they call on the rocks and mountains to hide them from the face of God, and if their hearts sink within them at the prospect of eternal suffering.
Luk_21:28

Your redemption draweth nigh - See the notes at Mat_24:33. This is expressed in Luk_21:31 thus: “the kingdom of God is nigh at hand” - that is, from that time God will signally build up his kingdom. It shall be fully established when the Jewish policy shall come to an end; when the temple shall be destroyed, and the Jews scattered abroad. Then the power of the Jews shall be at an end; they shall no longer be able to persecute you, and you shall be completely delivered from all these trials and calamities in Judea.
Luk_21:34

Lest at any time your hearts be overcharged ... - The meaning of this verse is, “Be continually expecting these things. Do not forget them, and do not be “secure” and satisfied with this life and the good things which it furnishes. Do not suffer yourselves to be drawn into the fashions of the world; to be conformed to its customs; to partake of its feasts and revelry; and so these calamities shall come upon you when you least expect them.” And from this we may learn - what alas! we may from the “lives” of many professing Christians - that there is need of cautioning the disciples of Jesus now that they do not indulge in the festivities of this life, and “forget” that they are to die and come to judgment. How many, alas! who bear the Christian name, have forgotten this caution of the Saviour, and live as if their lives were secure; as if they feared not death; as if there were no heaven and no judgment! Christians should feel that they are soon to die, and that their portion is not in this life; and, feeling this, they should be “looking for and hasting unto the coming of the day of God.”

Overcharged - Literally, “be made heavy,” as is the case with those who have eaten and drunken too much.
Surfeiting - Excessive eating and drinking, so as to oppress the body; indulgence in the pleasures of the table. This word does not include “intoxication,” but merely indulgence in food and drink, though the food and drink should be in themselves lawful.

Drunkenness - Intoxication, intemperance in drinking. The ancients were not acquainted with the poison that we chiefly use on which to become drunk. They had no distilled spirits. They became intoxicated on wine, and strong drink made of a mixture of dates, honey, etc. All nations have contrived some way to become intoxicated - to bring in folly, and disease, and poverty, and death, by drunkenness; and in nothing is the depravity of men more manifest than in thus endeavoring to hasten the ravages of crime and death.

Luk_21:35
As a snare - In Matthew and Mark Jesus compares the suddenness with which these calamities would come to the deluge coming in the days of Noah. Here he likens it to a snare. Birds are caught by a snare or net. It is sprung on them quickly, and when they are not expecting it. So, says he, shall these troubles come upon Judea. The figure is often used to denote the suddenness of calamities, Psa_69:22; Rom_11:9; Psa_124:7; Isa_24:17.
Luk_21:36

To stand before the Son of man - These approaching calamities are represented as the “coming of the Son of man” to judge Jerusalem for its crimes. Its inhabitants were so wicked that they were not worthy to stand before him and would be condemned, and the city would be overthrown. To “stand before him” here denotes approbation, acquittal, favor, and is equivalent to saying that “they” would be free from these calamities, while they should come upon others. See Rom_14:4; Psa_1:5; Psa_130:3; Rev_6:17. Perhaps, also, there is a reference here to the day of judgment.

RWP:



Luke 21:9

Be not terrified (mē ptoēthēte). First aorist passive subjunctive with mē from ptoeō an old verb to terrify, from ptoa, terror. In the N.T. only here and Luk_24:37.

First (Prōton). It is so easy to forget this and to insist that the end is “immediately” in spite of Christ’s explicit denial here. See notes on Matthew 24:4-42; note on Mark 13:1-37 for discussion of details for Luke 21:8-36, the great eschatological discourse of Jesus

Luke 21:9

Commotions̓καταστασίας)
From ἀ, not, and καθίστημι, to establish. Hence disestablishments; unsettlements. Rev., tumults.
Be not terrified (μὴ πτοηθῆτε)
Only here and Luk_24:37.
By and by (εὐθέως)
Better as Rev., immediately.

Matthew Henry:

Luke 21:5-19

See here, I. With what admiration some spoke of the external pomp and magnificence of the temple, and they were some of Christ's own disciples too; and they took notice of it to him how it was adorned with goodly stones and gifts, Luk_21:5. The outside was built up with goodly stones, and within it was beautified and enriched with the presents that were offered up for that purpose, and were hung up in it. They thought their Master should be as much affected with those things as they were, and should as much regret the destruction of them as they did. When we speak of the temple, it should be of the presence of God in it, and of the ordinances of God administered in it, and the communion which his people there have with him. It is a poor thing, when we speak of the church, to let our discourse dwell upon its pomps and revenues, and the dignities and powers of its officers and rulers; for the king's daughter is all glorious within.

II. With what contempt Christ spoke of them, and with what assurance of their being all made desolate very shortly (Luk_21:6): “As for those things which you behold, those dear things which you are so much in love with, behold, the days will come, and some now living may live to see them, in which there shall not be left one stone upon another. This building, which seems so beautiful that one would think none could, for pity, pull it down, and which seems so strong that one would think none would be able to pull it down, shall yet be utterly ruined; and this shall be done as soon as ever the spiritual temple of the gospel church (the substance of that shadow) begins to flourish in the world.” Did we by faith foresee the blasting and withering of all external glory, we should not set our hearts upon it as those do that cannot see, or will not look, so far before them.

III. With what curiosity those about him enquire concerning the time when this great desolation should be: Master, when shall these things be? Luk_21:7. It is natural to us to covet to know future things and the time of them, which it is not for us to know, when we are more concerned to ask what is our duty in the prospect of these things, and how we may prepare for them, which it is for us to know. They enquire what sign there shall be when these things shall come to pass. They ask not for a present sign, to confirm the prediction itself, and to induce them to believe it (Christ's word was enough for that), but what the future signs will be of the approaching accomplishment of the prediction, by which they may be put in mind of it. These signs of the times Christ had taught them to observe.

IV. With what clearness and fullness Christ answers their enquiries, as far as was necessary to direct them in their duty; for all knowledge is desirable as far as it is in order to practice.

1. They must expect to hear of false Christs and false prophets appearing, and false prophecies given out (Luk_21:8): Many shall come in my name; he does not mean in the name of Jesus, though there were some deceivers who pretended commissions from him (as Act_19:13), but usurping the title and character of the Messiah. Many pretended to be the deliverers of the Jewish church and nation from the Romans, and to fix the time when the deliverance should be wrought, by which multitudes were drawn into a snare, to their ruin. They shall say, hoti egō eimi - I am he, or I am, as if they would assume that incommunicable name of God, by which he made himself known when he came to deliver Israel out of Egypt, I am; and, to encourage people to follow them, they added, “The time draws near when the kingdom shall be restored to Israel, and all who will follow me shall share in it.” Now as to this, he gives them a needful caution

 “Take heed that you be not deceived; do not imagine that I shall myself come again in external glory, to take possession of the throne of kingdoms. No, you must not expect any such thing, for my kingdom is not of this world.” When they asked solicitously and eagerly, Master, when shall these things be? The first word Christ said was Take heed that you be not deceived. Note, Those that are most inquisitive in the things of God (though it is very good to be so) are in most danger of being imposed upon, and have most need to be upon their guard.

 “Go you not after them. You know the Messiah is come, and you are not to look for any other; and therefore do not so much as hearken to them, nor have any thing to do with them.” If we are sure that Jesus is the Christ, and his doctrine is the gospel, of God, we must be deaf to all intimations of another Christ and another gospel.

2. They must expect to hear of great commotions in the nations, and many terrible judgments inflicted upon the Jews and their neighbours.

(1.) There shall be bloody wars (Luk_21:10): Nation shall rise against nation, one part of the Jewish nation against another, or rather the whole against the Romans. Encouraged by the false Christs, they shall wickedly endeavour to throw off the Roman yoke, by taking up arms against the Roman powers; when they had rejected the liberty with which Christ would have made them free they were left to themselves, to grasp at their civil liberty in ways that were sinful, and therefore could not be successful.

 (2.) There shall be earthquakes, great earthquakes, in divers places, which shall not only frighten people, but destroy towns and houses, and bury many in the ruins of them.

 (3.) There shall be famines and pestilences, the common effects of war, which destroys the fruits of the earth, and, by exposing men to ill weather and reducing them to ill diet, occasions infectious diseases. God has various ways of punishing a provoking people. The four sorts of judgments which the Old Testament prophets so often speak of are threatened by the New Testament prophets too; for, though spiritual judgments are more commonly inflicted in gospel times, yet God makes use of temporal judgments also.

(4.) There shall be fearful sights and great signs from heaven, uncommon appearances in the clouds, comets and blazing stars, which frighten the ordinary sort of beholders, and have always been looked upon as ominous, and portending something bad. Now, as to these, the caution he gives them is, “Be not terrified. Others will be frightened at them, but be not you frightened, Luk_21:2. As to the fearful sights, let them not be fearful to you, who look above the visible heavens to the throne of God's government in the highest heavens. Be not dismayed at the signs of heaven, for the heathen are dismayed at them, Jer_10:2. And, as to the famines and pestilences, you fall into the hands of God, who has promised to those who are his that in the days of famine they shall be satisfied, and that he will keep them from the noisome pestilence; trust therefore in him, and be not afraid. Nay, when you hear of wars, when without are fightings and within are fears, yet then be not you terrified; you know the worst that any of these judgments can do to you, and therefore be not afraid of them; for,”

 It is your interest to make the best of that which is, for all your fears cannot alter it: these things must first come to pass; there is no remedy; it will be your wisdom to make yourselves easy by accommodating yourselves to them.”

 There is worse behind; flatter not yourselves with a fancy that you will soon see an end of these troubles, no, not so soon as you think of: the end is not by and by, not suddenly. Be not terrified, for, if you begin so quickly to be discouraged, how will you bear up under what is yet before you?”

 They must expect to be themselves for signs and wonders in Israel; their being persecuted would be a prognostic of the destruction of the city and temple, which he had now foretold. Nay, this would be the first sign of their ruin coming: “Before all these, they shall lay their hands on you. The judgment shall begin at the house of God; you must smart first, for warning to them, that, if they have any consideration, they may consider, If this be done to the green tree, what shall be done to the dry? See 1Pe_4:17, 1Pe_4:18. But this is not all; this must be considered not only as the suffering of the persecuted, but as the sin of the persecutors. Before God's judgments are brought upon them, they shall fill up the measure of their iniquity by laying their hands on you.” Note, The ruin of a people is always introduced by their sin; and nothing introduces a surer or sorer ruin than the sin of persecution. This is a sign that God's wrath is coming upon a people to the uttermost when their wrath against the servants of God comes to the uttermost. Now as to this,


I just wrote on the scripture in the text and how the rare solar eclipse and the G8 summit and other non Government meetings are to take place in Chicago Ill. starting on the 20th of this month, the same day the solar eclipse takes place, and very rare, seen in N.America and China, as said we are not to fear, or put any stake in planets and constellations, alignments as the pagans do, and Jewish mystics. The eclipses in history , lunar that is, have long been a bad omen to the Jews esp. the dreaded month of AV, Full moons on feats eclipses show what great horrible things happened on those dates, this is not a thing to be over looked.

 I heard a couple years ago on the Prophecy today show on the net about a man who traced all the eclipses and the correlation of events that happened, it was very interesting. No doubt his data is correct and history shows these things happened, I looked on NASA's eclipse site to verify all he said, and he was correct. This is why the Jews believe a lunar eclipse is a bad omen for the Jews and a solar eclipse is bad for the non Jew, gentile nations, I looked up data on this as well and I saw it, look for yourself, it will take a while. There is something to these eclipses. I just read this portion of Josephus account before Jerusalem fell for the first time.

All I can say is what a jaw dropper, I have read much of the Historians accounts a great read and free online as well as in some bible software that is free, wild stuff. This made me think twice about my last post and the possible significance that the lord is marking May 20, 2012 for a reason, He is sovereign and knows all, I leave all this space stuff to the lord. I do not go there as my readers know, to many maybes, speculations, omens, mystics, astrology, you name it, as I posted a while back on the constellation Virgo is not the women in REV ch 12 the link to that post is hear.



Therefore, as you can see, I simply cannot, and a Christian should not fear the signs and wonders in the heavens as cults do and pagans. The Josephus account is startling, and a historic fact. The whole thing is simply wild.

We have been bombarded with the 2012 end of the world set up for a few years now, I said comet ELEin would be nothing to fear, the lord clearly spoke to my heart on this, I said it all along and again posted updates on it, on this site, and the lords word was true. Again the 2012 (year) has been blown way out of proportion, movies, books, T.V. series like The Event, and others I have heard of, but have never seen, I do not watch T.V. old movies online yes, but no T.V. do not need one.

The whole Mayan calendar deal, the free mason end time plot all has been written on. This is a time of Judgments and not the end, yet.

I just thought after reading this account by a historian I would post on it for interest and nothing more, but as I said what a Jaw dropper. The reason, the Jews were not of the lord, they Killed Jesus, he willing died for our sins, he came to the Jew first, Paul says the gospel is to the Jew first, this is yet another Dual prophecy on how the lord moves in Judgments on his people, It is not the end of the world, we have not entered yet the seven year tribulation, and we are in the birth pains hard and heavy, but we do not know how long the birth pains last?

I only know without any doubt, we are in a birth pain period, and Judgments are on America, that is all I know, the rest we can only speculate.

I often wonder, as their have been world wars, famines, Earth quakes, false messiahs, dictators, on and on. Many were fulfilled in early Christianity; a great Famine that the Prophet Agabus in Acts told of, it was very bad. The ELE Earth quake, volcano that took down part of Greece and Italy. Now this  witness historic accounts of very intensive signs in the sky before the year 70A.D.

I wonder is this the real deal, are these the actual birth pains spoke of, we have had all filled in history before, we have instant access to everything that happens daily, like on a favorite site the extinction protocol, there are earth changes happening also due to PGRE I wrote on, and the areas that will be flooded. So, no one knows for sure. I posted a possible revelation concerning Strong’s number codes for years and wow it fits, that link is hear.




Again all speculation, but I have always taught on bible prophecy and so I am into this and called to it, but also apologetics the most I write on of late, as the man of God must avoid all extremes, I give words of truth and mercy, words of hope and conviction, a balanced approach as the lord gives it to me in my studies, I write them and post them, it is ministering in the overflow, what I learn I write on, and many things I do not write on as they are things the lord is teaching me, personal matters as I work out y own salvation in fear and trembling.

The judgments are increasing, strange things world wide are happening, our reaction as the bride, no fear, the fall of the USA, the famine , the economic collapse, no fear, we have a Pella amen, we have a strong tower, a sure word of hope, as I just wrote on the last two posts part one and two about the parting if the red seas for the remnant a call to faith. That is the word of the lord, fear not, be full of faith and be in peace. That is the sure word of our hope and comfort, the lord has your life under total control even as the world is now totally out of control.




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