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Let do the work the Lord has laid out before us while we still can…

While it is Yet DAY

On this day – in the life and times of Jesus of Nazareth – Jesus was walking past a blind man when one of his followers asked Him, “Lord, who sinned in this man’s life; was it his parents?  Is that why this man was born blind?” (John 9:1-2 paraphrased significantly)

Jesus responded, “Neither this man nor his parents sinned; rather, he suffers blindness so the works of God might be displayed in thru his life.”

Following this exchange Jesus healed the man of the blindness and then told him to go and wash himself in the Pool of Siloam.

Believable for that day, the religious community in Jerusalem had a fit when they found out Jesus dared to heal a man on their Sabbath day.  How dare HE! (pun intended)

Truly a Tree for the Forest type of blindness overran the Pharisees’ vision of this great work of God.

Tucked right in the middle of this section of scripture is a entirely appropriate comment from Jesus which just so happens to also be a Prophecy related to the End of Days:

Here is what Jesus said, “As long as it is day (day-light) I must do the works of HIM who sent me.  The Night (time of darkness) comes when no one can work.  As long as I am (Jesus) in the world, I am (Jesus) the light of the world.” (John 9:4-5)

Jesus was/is telling us that a time is coming when NO ONE will be able to do the works of God successfully.  By sheer implication, the Saints of God will need to be here on the earth during this period otherwise the comment if moot.  If there is no to do the work in the timeframe to which Jesus speaks, as in zero Christians on the planet, then Jesus’ comment would simply be useless.  The phrase, “The night comes when no one can work” would be irrelevant; so why say it?

IN a passage found in 2 Thessalonians 2:1-8 Paul admonishes us to not get prematurely stressed out or alarmed over the coming of the End of Days; rather, the signs of the times (Prophecies about this day and age) are good enough to let us know when the End-Times would be upon us… THEN

Paul tells us what is holding up the coming of that AGE and its incredible events:

Paul writes,

  • Remember when I was with you, I told you about these coming events?
  • You see, now you know what is withholding or restraining the coming of the Beast who will reap havoc during the Great Tribulation of the Great Consummation. 
  • The mystery of lawlessness is already at work – it is simply that HE who keeps evil at bay (He who lets) will continue to keep the Beast at bay (will let) until HE (Jesus) is taken out of the way.
  • Then that Wicked One (the Beast of the End-Times) will be revealed.

You see, that day, the day when the Wicked One (the Beast) is revealed is ALSO the day when the Great Tribulation of the Great Consummation will begin.

Thus, Jesus is taken out of the way and the “Night when no one can work” has begun…

Because, the Light of the world has been taken out of the way.

Remember, Jesus said,

“As long as it is day (day-light) I (Jesus) must do the works of HIM who sent me. 

The Night (time of darkness) comes when no one can work.

As long as I am (Jesus) in the world, I am (Jesus) the light of the world.” (John 9:4-5)

When the night comes – The Beast will be revealed and the Tribulation Period of the Great Consummation will have begun.

If you’re interested in more information on this topic grab a copy of your Bible and then get a copy of our book, “This Side of the Whirlwind, the Coming Apocalypse”.  Online everywhere and possibly at your local bookstore.

Until then… God bless you and have a wonderful day!