The immediate future is beyond awful. In fact, when I look out over the course of current events it is difficult to see ANY good news in our future. War, corruption and the vilest of evils weigh so heavily upon our future that I cringe at the thought of what is coming.
Yet, there is hope.
Unfortunately, the context of that ‘hope’ will be the death of a billion people. But, those who have prepared for that ‘hope’ will have the opportunity to fulfill their destiny in service to God.
Those who ignore the need to prepare will experience horrors beyond my willingness to contemplate.
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Done but Not Finished
I just spent an intense week of editing and rewriting. And, that was on top of weeks of rather intense writing and editing.
It’s the most important contribution to the Body of Christ that I have ever made, or that I may ever make. I wish that this wasn’t so significant, but as I went through the final edits of this version of Ezekiel’s Fire, I cannot avoid this thought.
No one is talking about this.
As I went through my writing and challenged my own thoughts on what this book represents, I stand mystified at the deliberate ignorance of so many Christians.
How can they be so willfully ignorant?
Christians in China, India and other parts of the world don’t need this book as much as English-speaking Christians do. Of course, I’m willing to bet that willful ignorance is rampant among Spanish speakers, German speakers, French speakers and among a host of other languages spoken by Christians.
But those who are suffering persecution?
They seem to understand what’s coming. They don’t seem to be afflicted by the feel-good illusions that Americans seem to suffer from. There’s something about persecution that breaks the barriers to erected by delusion.
Unfortunately, by the time such persecution arrives in North America and Europe, it will be too late for Christians to do anything about it.
There were two things that Jesus told us to do, as preparation for the Last Days:
Watch ye therefore, and pray always, that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man.
As I look around me, I find few Christians that are watching and praying. And, fewer still who are seeking to be worthy.
Of course, Omega Shock readers are a distinct exception. I have been truly blessed by the comments and emails all of you have shared. You exemplify so much that is true and good in the Body of Christ.
If everyone in the world were like you guys, Earth would be paradise.
Seriously. I mean that. All of you are the salt of the Earth, and I truly wish that there were more of you. I really do.
Actually, I’m certain that there ARE more of you. And, many of those others speak different languages than you or me. But, I’m limited to English and the little bit of Hebrew that I have to work with.
Anyway, it is the thought of what lies in your future that has spurred me on to finish Ezekiel’s Fire. I have shrunk it down to almost half of its original size. I have corrected some errors and added some new information. And, I have thought long and hard about how much of what I am saying is right.
My great fear is that I would lead ANYONE astray. And, I truly want to be wrong. No, make that desperate. I am DESPERATE in my desire to be wrong. The bleak future that I describe in Ezekiel’s Fire is almost too much to bear.
…and this is important…
…it’s not all bleak.
Yes, a billion will die.
Those who survive will be deeply scarred by the horrors of what they went through to reach the other side of what is coming. But those who have been faithful to the Lord will be truly blessed.
A flame of truth will ignite a tiny patch of real estate in the Middle East and rock the world – one final time – before the Antichrist begins his foul reign of terror.
We are terrifyingly close to the end. Events are taking shape, and they are accelerating.
Gog and Magog is coming.
With it, Ezekiel’s Fire.
Will you be ready?
I truly hope that you’ll be ready for this
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A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself: but the simple pass on, and are punished. – Proverbs 22:3
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