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The Great Consummation 2

So, in the last blog, “The Great Consummation” we covered the Great Consummation’s foundational information.

THE fact – the world – will soon – be entering this infamous prophetic period known as the Great Consummation should create great concern for everyone. I know my family and friends are having difficulty receiving or believing these concepts are true.  It is not that they don’t see the Great Consummation coming or the significant number of prophecies which are taking place; rather, it simply means it is hard to accept or believe these profound things are actually beginning to take place in our “OUR” lifetimes.

By the way, this does not make the coming of the Great Consummation untrue or any less imminent; it merely demonstrates how difficult the concepts are to swallow in each of our personal lives and worlds.

{When you get a chance review my blog, “This Side of the Whirlwind: Wakeup Call.” “Wakeup Call” reveals how the European Jews of the 20th century, circa 1920-1946 could not seem to believe or accept the coming of “Jacob’s Trouble,” and it was coming their way with a vengeance.  The prophetic signs for “Jacob’s Trouble” produced more warning signs than most could imagine.  Newly developed laws and policies in Germany and Europe warned the Jews to flee Europe; and yet, the Jews remained, becoming trapped and resulting in the near extinction of the European Jew.  The Jews were nearly wiped out because they could not (would not) believe prophecy and judgment were coming their way.

Well, the Great Consummation is coming our way and SOON. Remember, the Tribulation Period of the Great Consummation is not God’s Wrath; rather, it is a season designed to separate True-Christians from Pseudo-Christians before the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ.  This separation period will take place in the most painful and deadly of ways, for it is a terrible crucible every Christian must endure! (Daniel 12:1)

Damnation will be the results for many wishy-washy Christians, the lukewarm. YOU, We better get it fixed family in Christ. If you have not firmly established in YOUR heart that Jesus is Lord and Master of your life then you are already in trouble!  If you cannot believe that… how are you to believe we are living in the Latter-Days?

Remember: zero compromise and the idea that taking the Mark of the Beast is out of the question, period, zip, zatta, nadda, no-way!

The Mark of the Beast: any implantable technology financially based with ID apps and or tracking features is to be techno-non-grata. Check out this site as only one of many ways “The Mark” could be implemented: http://www.nature.com/articles/micronano201652

And the technology bubble just keeps on growing, as it should. Here is another example of rising technologies which will be or possibly be used in the development of “The Mark”.

You see… too many Christians today mistakenly believe only good-times can come their way as long as they are saved by the blood of the Lamb, and walking right in Jesus. Because Jesus has our backs we think we are exempt from undergoing genuinely “troubling-times”.  Think again!

Revelation 3:10 tells us the Lord will carry us through the time of trial, keeping us or preserving us during these troubled times. The passage does not translate into God whisking the saints away from or out of the Hour of Temptation; that is not scripturally supportable. To see proof on this assertion go to the book, “This Side of the Whirlwind, the Coming Apocalypse” chapter 12, page 189; Mistaken Doctrine 6: Kept from the Hour of Temptation.  (All the proof you need is there.)

For Christians to believe such drivel we would have to ignore all the realities of this world and the examples set forth in God’s Word regarding the Israeli peoples or the early church believers. To entertain such nonsense about escaping the Tribulation Period (which is not God’s Wrath) of the Great Consummation is tantamount to producing flights of fancy with butterfly kisses and dandelion wishes.  It can be done, but only in our imaginations.

Think about it!

Is not “every Christian” ultimately subject to the fulfillment of God’s End-Times prophecies?

Was not “every Jewish family” who lived in Bethlehem during the time of Jesus’ birth subject to the prophecy related to “Rachel weeping for her Children?” I refer to the death of the children two-years and under who were killed by Harrods’s troops just a couple years after Jesus was born. (Jeremiah 31:15)

Temple Destruction 70 AD

When God sent the Israelites into captivity in Babylon to fulfill the Sabbatical years, was not the majority delivered into the hands of Nebuchadnezzar? (2 Kings 24:12-14; Jeremiah 29:10)

When the Jews were driven out of the land Israel in years AD 70-73 was this not a fulfillment of Isaiah 11:12 and numerous other related prophecies?

Bear in mind, when rain falls it does not simply soak the good people or the wicked ones or just the secular or Christian peoples of the earth; rather, the rains pour down without partiality. Does not the Saved and the Damned alike become equally soaked in the deluge?


So it is when prophecy must be fulfilled.

Well, that was just a little creepy sounding, wasn’t it?

Such is life!

Think about it, nearly half of the End Times information was concealed by God (Daniel 12:4; 12:9-10; Revelation 10:1-7) until a time when the Latter Days were ready to begin.

Then once again the revelations of God began to spill forth and produce fruit for this generation. It is time for the Body of Christ to prepare; in fact, past time. “This Side of the Whirlwind, the Coming Apocalypse” is revelation ordained for this generation of these LAST DAYS.

We, the Body of Christ, are in the mix of it all already and at this very moment!

We, the Body of Christ, are the Latter Days people ordained to fulfill the Second Half of Christ’s Covenant. Soon we will be the Tribulation Saints which were written about in Revelation 7:14.

It is important to weigh these realities as they apply to this Biblical period, the period in which we now live.

The Great Consummation is the fulfillment of prophecy as outlined in the covenant which provides salvation to every Christian AND damnation to every person who rejects Christ’s propitiation and sacrifice for sin.

Previously, Jesus brought the “Blessings” portion of the covenant during His three and a half years of His ministry; a life and ministry which took place between BC 3 and AD 27/28.

When the Great Consummation begins (and based on several prophecies it will in the next eleven years) it will represent the fulfilling of that last half of Christ’s Covenant as outlined in Daniel 9:24-27. God said:

Behold, I set before you this day a blessing and a curse; the blessing, if you obey the commandments of the LORD your God, which I command you today; and a curse, if you do not obey the commandments of the LORD your God, but turn aside from the way which I command you today, to go after other gods which you have not known. (Deuteronomy 11:26–28 NKJV)

Jesus then later reaffirmed:

Whoever believes in Him [Jesus as the Son of God] should not perish [suffer eternal damnation] but have eternal life [forever live in the loving and nurturing light of their Creator]. 16 For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever [anyone who] believes in Him should not perish [be damned] but have everlasting [eternal and glorious] life.

17 For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him [Jesus] might be saved.

18 “He [anyone] who believes in Him [accepts Christ’s sacrifice for their sin] is not condemned; but he who does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God. 19 And this is the condemnation, that the light [Jesus, the Son of God] has come into the world, and men loved darkness [an absence of God in their lives] rather than light, because their deeds were evil. (John 3:15-19 emphasis added)

He who believes in the Son has everlasting life; and he who does not believe the Son shall not see life, but the wrath of God abides on him.” (John 3:36 NKJV)

The Great Consummation, like Jesus’ ministry, will span three and a half years. Collectively, the two periods are joined to fulfill the seven years required to complete “The Covenant of Jesus Christ” as outlined in Daniel 9:24-27.

Know therefore and then understand… Quote taken from one of the Oracles of the Living God: Daniel in his book Daniel chapter 9 and verse 25.

As we learn these truths we become responsible to internalize the genuine nature and urgency of God’s plan for our lives and the lives of our friends and family.  We are in the Latter Days and the end of the Time of the Gentiles. Time is truly short and we need to reach as many of the lost as we can while warning the saints about the Mark and the pending threat by the Beast.

In our next encounter (blog) we will look at what needs to be done, by us, in these last days and with the coming of the Great Consummation.

Until then:

Strike up the tune: Fear not for I have redeemed thee, I have called thee by thy name, thou art Mine. When thou passes through the waters – I will be with thee.  And through the rivers they shall not overflow thee and when thou passes through the fires thou shall not be burned and neither shall the flames kindle upon thee… for I am the Lord thy God!

Yeah, didn’t I sing that great!

Well, you don’t have to be cruel. 🙂

God Bless and have a great day!