America’s Final Judgment From God

15 Responses

  1. Johannes, NORWAY says:

    God is in the TIMING of events!

  2. Greg says:

    In the city where I live in Alabama there is a company named Rainbow Child Care with a rainbow logo. 1 Peter 2:11 Dearly beloved, I beseech you as strangers and pilgrims, abstain from fleshly lusts, which war against the soul;

  3. I think the greatest sin of all is willfully turning our back on the mercy of God in Jesus Christ. While preparing for a message on the spirit of antichrist and the falling away I came across a map showing the nations that allow sodomite marriage and they are all former Christian nations.

    “Righteousness exalteth a nation: but sin is a reproach to any people.” Proverbs 14:34

    The word, reproach, is the Hebrew word chesed. It is the word for mercy, kindness, favor, and similar words. It could also be translated as grace.

    However, it is translated here as reproach and as “wicked thing” in Leviticus 20:17. Sometimes Hebrew words serve as their own antonym and the context determines how to translate it.

    In Job 6:14 it is translated as pity, and it gives us the why. This word is Christ personified. He who knew no sin became sin for us–the ultimate opposite. It took the Holy One of Israel to suffer for us to redeem us. He had to become a reproach and a wicked thing. Chesed carries the idea that God’s mercy is so great because He, Himself, had to know how we feel. This makes America’s sin all the greater because they have cast away the grace of God and turned it into a wicked thing. Think about it…

    Proverbs 14:34 is on the first page of the Bible my dad was given in the US Airforce with a picture of the flag. So sad!

    Thanks as always John! May the LORD bless and protect you in the days to come. JNNJ

  4. Debra Lukasiewicz says:

    The world may be falling apart before our eyes, but its coming into place for the born again believers. Yep we are going home soon.

  5. Norman, UK says:

    I don’t quite know why, but I felt I should post this beautiful hymn, this warm July Sunday morning. I think it also fits with the comment at #3 above. I used to sing it in school assembly, without understanding it one iota!
    Many years later, when I had to arrange my father’s funeral, this hymn floated into my mind, which we sang at the service, before his interment. A widower by then, he was moving towards the Lord when he died, although his two children had only recently become Christians, born again of the Spirit. I somehow felt that I should sing the words on my father’s behalf.
    It expresses the deep mercies of God in Christ amidst sorrow and death, when all seems lost and we feel utterly powerless to change things. To understand this, we only have to witness in Scripture the amazing and truly glorious mercy of the Lord towards his covenant people Israel. The thunderous words of Ezekiel 36 and 37, or Jeremiah 31, especially Ezekiel 36: 16ff – ‘for his holy name’s sake’.
    Judgement must indeed come upon the world: but witness the prodigious mercy of the Lord! Was there ever a God who made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men? And being found in fashion as a man, humbled himself, and became obedient unto death, even the death of the cross?
    In the day of Christ’s victory, no flesh shall be able to glory in his presence, as we lie prostrate before him, lost in wonder, love and praise!

  6. Terry says:

    I had a hard time celebrating the 4th, and didn’t, because of what this nation has become. There’s nothing to celebrate, I see what’s coming.

    • JohnMcTernan says:

      I could not celebrate the 4th. I loved this holiday but the America I knew died.

  7. Danielle says:

    Amen, Debra, Terry, and Brother John … I will meet all of you very soon! Never had such a mixture of emotions in my life before …sad, but so excited too ! Can you imagine what it will be like when we get to see Him for the first time ? He is all I think about anymore 🙂 I bet He will be so happy to finally see us too !!

  8. jill says:

    As in the day of Habbakuk, all the good things Josiah had set in place were gone. There was no political solution to the problems in Judah, and Habbakuk complained to God concerning the sin he was witnessing around him. God had a solution to the wickedness- the Babylonians – the instruction for Habbakuk was to live by faith.

    And so it is with us today, as evil arises and we are frightened the promises of God are sure today. The just shall live by faith. Keep some oil in your lamp!

  9. Barbara in VA says:

    Norman, thank you so much for posting that beautiful hymn. It is not one that I’m very familiar with, and I couldn’t understand the words as they were singing.
    So, I got one of my old hymnbooks and found the hymn. My hymnbook has only the first four verses and looking at the music I think the melody is different, but the Holy Spirit is in that hymn. I especially like the words “How sweet the name of Jesus sounds In a believer’s ear! It soothes his sorrows, heals his wounds, And drives away his fear”. We need that assurance more and more!

    Because he hath appointed a day, in the which he will judge the world in righteousness by that man whom he hath ordained; whereof he hath given assurance unto all men, in that he hath raised him from the dead. Acts 17:31 KJV

    And in that day shall ye say, Praise the Lord, call upon his name, declare his doings among the people, make mention that his name is exalted.
    Isaiah 12:4 KJV (verse of the day from Bible Gateway)

  10. Dan.w says:

    My wife love fireworks,the 4th is a cultural draw for her..I could take it or leave it,because of where we have fallen from.So……as any other day,I made the name of Christ known.Bring His name back into the ears of the public.I try and tie current events to Scripture.not hard to do,especially today,with a Biblical commentary from yours truly,because I know it’s not coming from most churches.I also gave my son-in law John’s book’I could take his punch’ and some tracts,one of which is ‘Jesus can heal the brokenhearted’.I also asked my son-in law to pass these on to his family members when done reading them.With where we are today,I almost can never say now is not the time to witness of Christ and His mercies.God bless each of you,my co-laborers in Christ field of redemption,Dan.w

  11. Dan.w says:

    Thank you brother Norman…..for the beautiful Hymn,Dan.w

  12. Norman, UK says:

    Dear Barbara – so pleased you found the hymn uplifting. If you click on the link at the right hand corner, it comes up full screen, and the words come up as each verse is sung in turn. It is a lovely hymn, and the words are timeless in application.

  13. Denise in MI says:

    Same-sex marriage was only the beginning. The article also says there are strategies for going after the church.

  14. Connie McLain says:

    God’s word is and end time prophecy is being fulfilled before our very eyes you would definitely be blind not to see or acknowledge it.