I’m not religious, but if I were, I’d seriously wonder if we aren’t seeing what will eventually lead to Armageddon over there. I believe the author is a bit optimistic in his prediction of this taking a year or two. After the animals take over all of those countries, it won’t be long at all before they all turn their sights on Israel.
Keep a Bible handy just in case. Take it a step further and go to the religious section of a bookstore and pick up a book that details the Book of Revelation - that will put the hair on the back of your head - even if you are not religious.
I believe the author is a bit optimistic in his prediction of this taking a year or two. After the animals take over all of those countries, it wont be long at all before they all turn their sights on Israel.
And Iraq. And Turkey and...
Labor pains increase in frequency and severity.
Which should be comforting - we can see how it will play out.
You’re right, but a couple of years is actually moving quickly on this sort of timeline. It takes a nation as rich, technologically powerful, economically powerful, and militarily powerful as the United States to project power on a 6 month schedule, and even that is limited.
If I were you, I'd get religious. Jesus is coming. The time is drawing near.
Wars and rumors of wars. Christ compared the end of the world to birth pains; they increase in frequency and severity.
I’m not religious either. But I believe in God and I believe Christ is God’s Son. So, the question is, “IF we could get to heaven by being good, why would God allow His Son to die a horrific death on the cross?” I conclude that it must have been necessary both for the purpose of justice and mercy. His holiness requires judgement and His love provides undeserved grace.
He paid a debt He didn’t owe because we owe a debt we cannot pay.