None are fully good or fully bad. Some are mostly good and many mostly bad such that the chasm between the two is large and will be, at some point, irrevocable. And the unrighteous, quick to chase trouble, but those also quick to avoid trouble and live passively (most self-confessed Christians) will have to justify their action or inaction, respectively.
No one is ready to “put a date” on all things spiritual. But Yahuwshuwa said we are not to be caught unaware. The day will come “like a thief in the night” to those who do not watch, but to the real faithful the day will be apparent. It will be clear. It will be recognisable before time. And if a site claims to not being a date setter, then know that that site is not of the spirit.
In lieu of any misunderstanding, frailties in judgement, passivities, proclivities, and “benign” interpretations, let me be clear: the Tribulation has started. Yes, that Tribulation. It has begun. And of that tribulation, all are accountable.
The Time of Jacob’s Trouble is upon us. Time is up.
And the only fix is de-tribulation.
(The video may be a drill but this post is not a drill.)
What is the situation?
- Triage Category: Immediate Resuscitation — it’s now or never
- Condition: Critical — this is do or die
- Cause: Tribulation — this is a disease of the heart
What is the appropriate response for a spiritual “Code-Blue” situation?
An immediate triple-response is necessary as a life-saving manoeuvre:
- REPENTANCE: sackcloth and ashes — this is the spiritual defibrillator, to return cardiac rhythm to normal. It is an emergent life-saving act.
- FASTING: “NPO” (Nil per oral) — physical sustenance is temporarily abandoned in favour of spiritual resuscitation (manna from heaven).
- PRAYER & SUPPLICATION: this is spiritual adrenaline and external pacing, a stop-gap measure to bridge the gap of the transformation from a sick heart to one that can maintain a life-sustaining rhythm.
Code Blue. Code Blue. This is not a drill. Repeat, this is not a drill.
Ed: Unrighteousness is anything — thought or word (written or spoken) or action — that is inappropriate, misses the mark, wilfully provokes another to anger, and anything that arises from wanton fleshly desire (the lusts of a diseased heart).