We are rapidly approaching that moment in time when we will discover who was right and who was wrong in terms of Bible prophecy. But, as I try to understand what the Bible really says, I’m beginning to see that this is something of a test.
- If you pass – you live to continue serving God
- If you fail – you die
Of course, life is full of tests. And, when the Bible speaks of trials, what it really means is that you are being tested. And, there’s a big one coming that you had better pass, because there will be no second chances.
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Ezekiel’s Fire – The Ultimate Test
I just finished Chapter Two – yesterday – of Ezekiel’s Fire. And, I am struck by the thought that very few Christians seem to care about The Last Days, and even fewer seem to really look at what the Bible actually says about the Last Days.
I find that to be really, really strange.
More than 28% of the Bible talks about the days that we are living in, right now. And, for most of Christian history, we spent a lot of time trying to figure out what the Last Days were like. But, now that we are living in them, we don’t seem to care.
And, those that DO care about the Last Days, have spent so much time reading what people thought about the Last Days a hundred years ago, that they haven’t taken the time to sit down and read their Bible. If that’s you, I think that it’s time to close the commentary that you are reading and just open your Bible.
Please remember that the commentary that you are probably reading was either written by someone who lived in the 1800s, or was directly influenced by someone from the 1800s. There is just no way that someone a hundred and fifty years ago is going to get eschatology right.
Yes, they’ll get a lot of things right if they are Godly men. But, that doesn’t change the fact that they are like you and me – unable to comprehend what they cannot imagine. I suffer from the same problem, so this is not a critique. But, this inability to comprehend will have serious consequences for you and me.
Why do I say that?
Well, there are three prophets in the Bible that talk about a single point in time. Each of theme have a different viewpoint and add something to our understanding. But, all three of them lead us to a single conclusion:
Massive death and destruction
The problem is that I don’t know of anyone who understands what those prophets are saying. In fact, I don’t know anyone who is saying ANYTHING about it. It’s almost as if everyone has decided that – since it’s so hard to understand – they’ll just ignore that it exists.
The prophets that I am talking about are Isaiah, Ezekiel and Zechariah. And, all three of them are talking about something that would have been impossible to understand a hundred years ago. That ‘something’ is the largest solar flare in the history of the Earth. I call it Ezekiel’s Fire, but it is Isaiah that makes the pieces fall into place.
And, like I said, very few say ANYTHING about this.
Here is what Isaiah said:
Moreover the light of the moon shall be as the light of the sun, and the light of the sun shall be sevenfold, as the light of seven days, in the day that the Lord bindeth up the breach of his people, and healeth the stroke of their wound. – Isaiah 30:26
That verse is so hard to understand that most people claim that it is poetic imagery, or some kind of fantastic miracle.
And, when I google Isaiah 30:26 solar flare, three of the search results on the first page are my own articles.
Why am I one of the few that see this connection?
I am truly amazed by this and very, very unhappy about it. If I am right, at least a billion people will die, and it makes me sick to think of it. But, God has always given us life and death tests. The Bible is full of such examples, and it’s not as if we don’t deserve to fail such a test.
So please, either show me that I’m wrong about Ezekiel’s Fire, or get ready for the biggest solar flare in world history – as well as the death of more than a billion people, along with your own.
Your life hangs in the balance.
I truly hope that you’ll be ready for this
(That’s a link. There’s not much time left.)
A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself: but the simple pass on, and are punished. – Proverbs 22:3
If you find a flaw in my reasoning, have a question, or wish to add your own viewpoint, leave a comment on the website. Your input is truly welcome.
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