You Believe What!

You’re just one of those CRAZY Christians, aren’t you?

Terrified to admit you believe those Bible Stories?

Are you afraid to look like an uneducated Bumpkin?

Let see where you stand:
Do you believe God created the Earth first and then the Universe?

Genesis 1:1-19 reveals this Biblical truth, especially verses 14-19.

Do you believe God caused Moses to construct a great ship and caused the creatures of the earth to board that ship along with Noah and his family before a great flood cause the ENTIRE WORLD to be inundated and then He (God) began again with Noah and his family?

Genesis chapters 6 thru 10 reveal the Noah narratives.

These two foundational Biblical stories are key.

In just these two narrations within God’s Word our Creator establishes the fact that He transcends our science and understanding of the universe in which we live.

Bear in mind:

Numerous theologians and scholars alike reject the Noah’s Ark story, claiming the biblical events are no more than moral narratives. Many Christians would rather claim the Noah’s Ark story a metaphor than admit they believe God destroyed the world through the flood. After all, what would the erudite say?

Is it not rather absurd for a Christian to believe God created the universe by speaking it into existence and not believe God could flood either the entire earth or an entire continent?

How much less difficult would it be for God to create circumstances to fulfill the story of Noah and the flood than it would be to create the universe? We humans sure live with silly contradictions.

The scriptures of 2 Peter 3:1–14 initially provide a summary spanning creation to the Bema Seat of Judgment.[1]

If not read closely, the entire drama could be missed, misunderstood or simply misread.

  • verse five speaks of the earth’s creation,
  • followed by an apocalyptic tragedy, which only Noah and his family escaped.
  • In verse 7, Peter alludes to another coming judgment which will in the future envelop the world in fire.
  • So many things are touched upon in these few verses, the real message in 2 Peter 3:1–14 could easily be missed or misunderstood.
  • verse 8, however, though seemingly confusing or ethereal, actually points to the real depth of this message. Like a Geiger counter pointing to a radioactive isotope, verse 8 points to the Day of the Lord and the extraordinary events that will take place along its time line.

Prophetically speaking, 2 Peter 3:7–14 is being fulfilled at this very moment!

God has been and is preparing the world for the amazing works of the Great Consummation; a period when during the Latter Days God will reveal His hand in our global events (Ezekiel 38:18-23 and 39:27-29).  God will make His existence known!

When the Beast, at the beginning of the Great Consummation, begins his reign,[2] events in Jerusalem will alert the Body of Christ worldwide to flee.

The Abomination of Desolation will soon be placed in the Most Holy Place.

Maybe something like the Abomination of Desolation: First AI News-Anchor

At that time, the Most Holy Place will reside in Jerusalem on the Temple Mount. The rebuilding of this famous temple is yet another pending prophetic fulfillment.

As we know, God’s plans, once begun, often move very quickly and beyond our expectations or comprehension.

“For My thoughts are not your thoughts, nor are your ways My ways,” says the LORD. “For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are My ways higher than your ways, and My thoughts than your thoughts. For as the rain comes down, and the snow from heaven, and do not return there, but water the earth, and make it bring forth and bud, that it may give seed to the sower and bread to the eater, So shall My word be that goes forth from My mouth; it shall not return to Me void, but it shall accomplish what I please, and it shall prosper in the thing for which I sent it. (Isaiah 55:8–11 NKJV)

So the primary point of this Post is this (I’ll attempt to write it with a little Biblical panache):

Thus saith the silly writer at this desk;

Whom shall you believe?  For in the days of the Great Consummation that shall come you shall believe either your Creator or your Science-Professor.  Whom shall you Believe?  You shall either thrust the Lord your God is true and real and more powerful than the science of our universe; or you shall see your God as small and impotent and incapable of creating our universe or flooding your one but significant world.  WHOM SHALL YOU BELIEVE?

I chose to believe              (Your choice here)                       !

“This Side of the Whirlwind, The Coming Apocalypse” was given by that same God, Jesus, the Son of the Living God who died for our sin.  Jesus died in the first half of the Covenant He was establishing (Daniel 9:27 says, He [Jesus] confirmed a blood covenant with us for seven years [week] but in the midst of the seven years (or 3½ years) He (Jesus) would die thereby causing the veil of the Temple to rip in two thereby bringing the sacrifice and offering to a stop.)

That was the first half of the seven year covenant.

The Great Tribulation concept which most misunderstand represents the second half of that seven year covenant.  “This Side of the Whirlwind” calls this 3½ year period the Great Consummation or great completion of Christ’s covenant.

So, You Believe What!     Your choice; believe Him or the belief system of human scientists.

The great completion of Jesus’ work in His covenant with humanity is yet unfinished but coming soon everywhere throughout our world.  Will you stand firm in your faith in Jesus as the Living Word (the Bible) or will you doubt He is Coming again and that all too soon?

When the technology for the “Mark of the Beast” (a financial tech which will go “in” or “on” your body) is submitted to you, will you receive the Mark or reject it and have zero means of survival in the cities?

You know my choices; do you know yours yet?

God bless you and guide you in all His ways, amen!

[1] The Bema Seat of Judgment represents the final judgment for all creation, Revelation 20:11–15.

[2] Matthew 24:15–22.