Thank God for the warnings

Then said he unto them, Nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: And great earthquakes shall be in divers places, and famines, and pestilences; and fearful sights and great signs shall there be from heaven. Luke 21:10-11

Jesus said that in the last days, prior to His coming, earthquakes will increase, both in frequency and in magnitude, and it’s a scientific fact earthquakes have increased in this generation.

Now, was Jesus saying that this increase in quake activity will merely be coincidence, a natural occurrence, with no prophetic significance?

Obviously not.

Jesus was saying that these catastrophic events are warning signs of impending judgment, so that people are warned to flee the wrath of God coming on the whole earth.

These catastrophes are warnings. They are mild in comparison to the wrath of God which will be poured out on the whole earth.

Fleeing from the wrath to come means fleeing from your sins, repenting, and fleeing to Jesus for refuge.

Friend, thank God for the warning, repent and cleave to Jesus Christ today, for He promised to save all who come to Him.

One Response to “Thank God for the warnings”

  1. ian vincent Says:

    The carnal Christian says he is trusting the Lord, but he can’t hear the voice of the Lord. The Lord would love to warn many more people of danger but He can’t, bcos they don’t give Him the honor in their life, they don’t listen to the Holy Spirit.

    When the building starts to shake you run out of the building. It’s not bcos you don’t trust the Lord, or are scared, it is bcos God has given you a brain.

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