I hope you have settled into the new year and that you have great expectation and hope for the year ahead.
I am no prophet so I can confidently tell you that 2021 will be the greatest year of your life. Will it be better or worse in this natural world we are sojourning through – I don’t know. What I do know is that the revelation of Jesus and His kingdom is the greatest blessing on earth and in this regard, you are going to have a fantastic year.
The kingdom of heaven is coming to earth.
There are things “under foot” in the world and that is exactly what they are – under our feet. The news media is shouting all kinds of “end of the world as we know it” stuff; politicians seem to be losing all sense of reality, and a sense of gloom seems to hang over the nations. But the truth is, all these things are “under foot” – they are under the feet of the saints!
Over the following years we are going to see tremendous change take place in the world. It is a time of forced change and some of it is going to be painful. Even so, our cry is, “Come quickly, Lord Jesus!” This should not be a cry of, “Come quickly and get me out of here!” but one of “Lord, let your kingdom come and Your will be done here on earth – quickly.” That means we, the saints, need to be ready and positioned in faith for Him to bring heaven to earth.
As I have continued meditating and communing with the Lord about His letter to the Church, I began to see something wonderful. Jesus ever so beautifully reveals the plans of the wicked and how those plans just DON’T work. Every time Satan puts a plan together and executes it, it comes to naught. Satan is the ultimate failure! The kingdom of heaven just keeps on coming!
What I find so sad is how the saints have been duped into thinking it’s the end of the world. It is not. With that in mind, how would you plan for your future. After all, God’s plan is to give you a hope and a future. He is certainly not afraid of what the world is doing nor of the things going on in it. He is not hassled by what the wicked are doing, nor about how wicked they get. Look at what He says in Revelation 22:11 … (TPT)
“Let the evildoers be at their worst and the morally filthy continue in their depravity – yet the righteous will still do what is right, and the holy will still be holy.”
All through the ages the evildoers have continued in their evil doings and the righteous have continued in their faith in YHWH. Why is this? Why does Jesus let the wicked continue in their wickedness? Is it not because of their (the wicked) evil doings that are causing so many problems in the world? Is God not punishing the world because of their sin – especially since we have Corona, lock downs and other difficulties?
I am so glad you asked 😊 …
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