The Past Points to the Future: Understanding the Last Days

Angel, Aliens and Armageddon

In a world full of uncertainty, it’s essential to seek wisdom from the past to understand the future.

Revelation 1:3 declares a blessing for those who read and heed the words of prophecy. Today’s blog sheds light on three crucial aspects that unveil God’s plan for the end times.

  1. Jesus’ Second Coming: A Promise Fulfilled Once, A Promise Fulfilled Again

The book of Daniel (9:23-27) provides an intriguing glimpse into the future. It reveals that just as Jesus came to Earth once, establishing His redemptive work, He will return again. Through this prophecy, we gain a deeper understanding of the timeline leading up to the Anointed One’s second coming. While the world may seem chaotic, Daniel’s vision assures us that God remains steadfast.

  1. Unveiling God’s Master Plan Through Jewish Feasts

Leviticus 23:2E instructs the people of Israel on God’s appointed feasts. These feasts hold key significance in understanding God’s plan for the Last Days. By exploring passages in Thessalonians and Corinthians, we discover that the trumpet sound, the resurrection of the dead, and the transformation of believers align with the symbolism found in these feasts. God’s intricate plan unfolds, offering hope and reassurance for those seeking understanding.

  1. The Days of Noah and Direction for Our Hearts

Drawing parallels between Matthew 24:36-42 and 1 Corinthians 15:51-52, we find guidance in the days of Noah. As people indulged in worldly pleasures, unaware of the impending flood, they were caught off guard. Similarly, in the Last Days, we are encouraged to keep watch and fix our hearts on what truly matters. The foundation we build on today will be tested, highlighting the importance of a personal relationship with Jesus and our actions in this life.

We must remember that our role as believers is paramount in these dark and uncertain times. Rather than being concerned with the darkness surrounding us, we should focus on being the light in a dark and dying world. You are the light of the world, and by knowing Jesus personally and making Him known to others, you become a beacon of hope and truth.

Don’t be consumed by the darkness; be more concerned with the absence of light. You are the light of the world in these last days, called to shine brightly in a world longing for hope.

The most important thing you can do is to know Jesus personally and make Him known to others.

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