Let’s repent of our sin now. Jesus is coming back soon, with the clouds. The way that He ascended up, He will descend down; With such magnificent pow’r; To reap what He’s sown; retrieve His own and bring us home; receive us to His Throne. Everyone else will weep and moan, when they see Him, Who is King, Alone.
Though they initially rejected and despised Him, His splendor will be before their eyes, then.
That day will be, for the wicked, a catastrophe of great misery; gnashed teeth and wailing. No place will there be for anyone to flee for safety. For now, it pains me to even say these things. Nevertheless, their truth and urgency necessitate proclaiming.
With the highest height of righteous indignation, Christ will afflict the nations. Furthermore, before sinners perish forevermore, the elements will melt, from before the presence of The Lord. However, this is all future tense, as true as it is. So, in the present, be warned. Believe the truth and repent.
There’s still time to prepare your soul for an Arrival so terrible. Rather than facing God Almighty as your Rival, come to Him contrite, with a cry that’s humble, and lay your pride low. It’s hard for “know it alls” to try this, I know. If you need Him, you’ll be reaching for Christ, though.
Christ saves sinners’ souls. He makes the withered whole, He opens the blind’s understanding; opening the blinds on a remnant of humanity, letting His light shine through. If He died for you, eventually you’ll be in His light, too: where life there is eternal, and the life here is new.
Hear and heed the Word of God; study and read the Word of God; Believe the Word of God. Receive the Word of God for what it is: the Word of God. Worship God through Christ, who is God, the Son of God, and actually, Himself, the Word of God.
Practice His Gospel, and give all honor and glory to God!
The problem with the world is not religion, but false religion,beginning with the fall in Genesis, when humans had first been convinced, by the devil, to sin against The Good Lord and put forth hands with rebellion,to take what God, in His wisdom,...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
The Lord Jesus Christ is who gets me through this life's many vicissitudes. Changes occur, but what will eternally remain is His word. Truly mercy is the gift with which He newly birthed me.He showed what my soul was worth, when He purchased me....[ abbreviated | read entire ]
From a plane, sailing over a sea of clouds, I see how The Lord's majesty speaks loud. His Creation has a lesson to share. "The heavens declare the glory of God" is a statement made with great confidence by David, the Psalmist. There are many...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
If we're alive here for thousands of hours, eventually we'll die, and our lives here will have only been a few hours.Funeral flowers, if paid attention to, can, in many ways, mention truth unto humans, with power;silently speaking and reminding us...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Jesus Christ is the King who’s righteous. He isn’t any evil tyrant. He’s the Mediator, who died for sin. He’s not a cruel judge, though His rule is one of justice. But this shows that in Him is no corruptness. He’s...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
"Therefore we were buried with Him through baptism into death, that just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life." (Romans 6:4) My teenage daughter recently confessed Christ...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
"And when he had gathered all the chief priests and scribes of the people together, he inquired of them where the Christ was to be born. So they said to him, “In Bethlehem of Judea, for thus it is written by the prophet: ‘But you,...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
"Now after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, behold, wise men from the East came to Jerusalem, saying, ‘Where is He who has been born King of the Jews? For we have seen His star in the East and have come to...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
"Blessed are those who mourn, For they shall be comforted." (Matthew 5:4) This second Beatitude is much like the first. In the same way that only the spiritually poor can be enriched, only the mournful can be comforted. Only the mournful need...[ abbreviated | read entire ]