I’ve seen a few things, just recently, that impress upon me that the hour is late. The signposts for the Last Days are flying by as our civilization races down this Highway to Hell.
And yes, that’s an awful song for an awful civilization.
The problem is that far too few have woken up. And, of those who are awake, too few have put all the pieces together.
I am puzzled by this ‘putting pieces together’ business. When I look back on my own eureka moments, I realize that ‘putting all the pieces together’…
… well …
…It takes an epiphany.
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It Takes an Epiphany
[EDIT: Pray for those in the path of Irma. This one is bad. – JL]
An Epiphany is a lot like a lightening bolt out of nowhere… or, maybe know-where. I’ve had a few of them, and one of them resulted Ezekiel’s Fire. An even earlier one resulted in Omega Shock.
In fact, I’ve had more than just a few. I’d have to sit down think through those epiphanies. Some of them might be like that time when I told the investment group that I worked for to throw all their client money into Apple, in 1997. But, people don’t listen, and that investment house folded not long after.
My advice to buy Apple in 1997 wasn’t an epiphany. It was just a smart investment choice.
But, Ezekiel’s Fire?
Now THAT was an epiphany!
By the way, before I go on with that word, here’s a definition:
An epiphany (from the ancient Greek ἐπιφάνεια, epiphaneia, “manifestation, striking appearance”) is an experience of sudden and striking realisation. Generally the term is used to describe scientific breakthrough, religious or philosophical discoveries, but it can apply in any situation in which an enlightening realization allows a problem or situation to be understood from a new and deeper perspective. Epiphanies are studied by psychologists and other scholars, particularly those attempting to study the process of innovation.
Epiphanies are relatively rare occurrences and generally follow a process of significant thought about a problem. Often they are triggered by a new and key piece of information, but importantly, a depth of prior knowledge is required to allow the leap of understanding. Famous epiphanies include Archimedes’s discovery of a method to determine the density of an object (“Eureka!”) and Isaac Newton’s realization that a falling apple and the orbiting moon are both pulled by the same force.
Yes, that’s a Wikipedia article, but it’s the best ‘general description’ that I could find on short notice. But, let me go back to that Ezekiel’s Fire epiphany.
I had been reading my Bible through, for decades, puzzling over how the pieces of the Bible fit together. I knew with absolute confidence that certain things were true. But, there were other things that didn’t seem to fit with what I knew.
Then I read Isaiah 30.
(And yes, you read that right. Israel. Must. Before. Tribulation.)
And, I could see that Isaiah 30 was a salvation-of-Israel chapter. I could see it… but …that sun. YEOW!
For decades I had been reading that chapter and having the implications bounce off of my skull, each and every time that I would read it. I just couldn’t get my head around an idea, that included a sun that was seven times brighter. I just couldn’t. But again, I’d been reading my Bible.
For some reason, as I was reading Isaiah 30, I was also puzzling over what that fire was, in Ezekiel 39. And, at the same time, I was also struggling with Zechariah’s horses, Zechariah 12. And, I knew that an EMP would keep cars from dri…
And THAT, was my epiphany.
I’m sure that there was more to it than that, but I hope that you get the point, because it’s important.
Because if the Body of Christ doesn’t get off its butt and do something, lots of brothers and sisters in Christ are going to suffer and die. And, the Body of Christ is sitting on its butt because it doesn’t understand the danger that it’s in. And, we have been sitting on our butts for so long, that it will take an epiphany to get us off of them.
I really don’t know what else it will take.
I’m wracking my mind for some way to communicate the seriousness of our situation and the need to take appropriate action. And, we may only have a year to do something about it.
Just a year.
It could be longer, and I’m bad on making calls on timing. But, the probability of Ezekiel’s Fire begins to increase dramatically in 2019. It COULD happen in 2018, but 2019 is more likely. And, the probability increases higher and higher as we hit 2020, 2021 and 2022.
I’m on the verge of hysteria over this, because of a few things that happened this week. And, you’ll see some of it in the research section, but I’ll also talk about it here.
Oil Production Flatlined
We are at the same production level of crude oil now, as in 2005. And, if you are a longtime reader, you know that the only reason why we have kept production as high as it has been is debt, more debt and lotsa lotsa debt.
But, do you understand the significance of this information?
It means, that for all of our effort, we cannot produce more oil than we are producing now. And, our wells are failing.
If you were a student of finance and geopolitics, you would understand what a disaster this is, and how quickly it is rolling down on top of us.
Our decline in oil production won’t be the same gradual slope, like we’ve seen in years past. No. It will be a cliff. And, that cliff will lead to wars and wars and wars and wars and…
This is so far beyond serious, that I don’t have words to express it properly. And, most people just don’t get it.
Please. Peak Oil happened in 2005, right on schedule. Get an epiphany, and see this. Or die.
Gog and Magog
Just a few of hours ago, I finished reading through an article sent to me by BigJon. The article was written by Caroline Glick, and it’s this one:
The strategic case for Kurdistan
You have no idea of the explosion that this will set off. It’s beyond mind-blowing. I don’t know if Caroline knows how big this is, but I know. I’ve spent too much time in Turkey. I’ve read too much on how the Turks think.
This will blow up the Middle East and set the stage for Gog and Magog.
It’s a signpost.
It just whizzed by.
Did you see it?
If you didn’t, you need an epiphany. Fast. Ezekiel’s Fire is coming, and you are not ready.
The Deadly Wound
Kim Jong Un just set off the biggest atomic bomb that he has ever set off. And, for the first time, his government has published their intentions to blast the US with an EMP weapon. And, they don’t need a bomb as big as the one he just demonstrated. And, Krazy Kim has the desire, ability and motivation to do this.
Does Krazy Kim inflict this wound?
Or, will it be a Mad Mullah?
Does it matter who?
The point is that the ‘developed world’ is horrifyingly vulnerable to an atomic EMP weapon. It is the one weapon that could inflict the ‘Deadly Wound’ described in Revelation 13. And, inflicting that ‘deadly wound’ would pave the way for Gog and Magog, and Ezekiel’s Fire.
This ‘deadly wound’ could happen tomorrow.
Are you ready for this?
Service Not Survival
Our job, in this world, is not to survive, but to serve. Survival helps us serve longer, but it’s a secondary goal. And, I sense that God is turning me away from this ministry of warning. I’ve been yelling at the top of my lungs, that danger is coming. Some have listened. Some have not.
My time of yelling is almost over. The time for a call to service is about to begin. I’m not exactly sure about what that means, but I know that two thirds of those in Israel will be cut off and die.
Those Israelis will need our help.
God has laid Israel on my heart for almost forty years. That tiny country lies at the center of the Last Days. And, as I said here…
God is a Zionist
If God has laid a different place upon your heart, then you need to seek to prepare for Ezekiel’s Fire, there. But, Ezekiel’s Fire is coming. There is no other way to see this, and time is running out.
If you need an epiphany, make it fast.
I truly hope that you’ll be ready for this
A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself: but the simple pass on, and are punished. – Proverbs 22:3
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