God revealed future events
Anything in the future, by nature is unknowable. Of course. Nobody can see into the future except Creator God – the One that is omnicient and is responsible for all that is.
Isn’t it astounding then to consider that God Himself has revealed future events to special prophets. Does your faith allow you to believe that? Revelation 1:1-3 explains that He revealed certain future events to John, the disciple of Jesus.
Jesus wanted us to (in verse 3) read them, hear about them, and… take them to heart. 1
Are you believing God? Do you see the Hand of God over all that is? Have you put your trust into the hands of Jesus?
Special revelations from Jesus Christ
Revelation 1:1-3 introduces us to the revelations of Jesus Christ. They were made known to John through an angel. Did you get that picture in your head? An angel sent by God – gives John a vision from God. See it now?
After His resurrection and return to His Home Heaven, Jesus sent a messenger, an angel, with a message in the form of a vision. It was for all believers, revealing “the things which must soon take place [in their entirety]” (verse 1).
All Scripture is from God for all: 2 Timothy 3:16; Matthew 22:29; Matthew 26:56; Luke 24:27; Romans 16:26; 2 Peter 1:20; 2 Peter 3:16.
In the colloquial, Jesus basically said one time that if you don’t know Scripture, then you don’t know nothin’. You are all wrong, Jesus said, because….
In Matthew 22:verse 29, Jesus taught:
“You are all wrong
you know neither the Scriptures
[which teach the resurrection]
nor the power of God
[for He is able to raise the dead].
Be a Pretty Bird! [Tico the parrot sings: Hotel California; Should I Stay Or Should I Go; about Tico; Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door (feat. Lisa Rott)]
Be smart about life. Don’t be wrong-headed. Believe Jesus! Don’t believe others. We’ve got to be discerning in this life – especially in these last days of great deception all around us.
Believe this: Jesus is The Only One that came down from His Glory to humbly die to save us from God’s very just God Damn. And everything He said… is truth.
Therefore there is now
[no guilty verdict, no punishment]
for those who are in Christ Jesus
[who believe in Him
as personal Lord and Savior].
– Romans 8:1
Don’t be a sorry churchgoer, pretending their word is God’s word, misled by woefully deceptive false teachers in NAR type churches, full of delusion. Woe! What they have? “Doesn’t Matter”. They in fact have seen nothing.
Fools are all around, a dime a dozen, coming in many shapes and sizes. We do not have to be one of them!
“That Day” will be the reckoning day for all fools! Be smart with your life before you don’t have one. Accept Jesus now – and you will experience your happiest day ever.
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They in fact have seen nothing
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The Revelation of Jesus Christ
1 This is the [a]revelation of Jesus Christ [His unveiling of the divine mysteries],
which God [the Father] gave to Him to show to His bond-servants (believers) the things which must soon take place [in their entirety];
and He sent and communicated it by His angel (divine messenger) to His bond-servant John,
2 who testified and gave supporting evidence to the word of God and to the testimony of Jesus Christ,
even to everything that he saw [in his visions].
3 [b]Blessed (happy, prosperous, to be admired) is
he who reads
and those who hear the words of the prophecy,
and who keep the things which are written in it [heeding them and taking them to heart];
for the time [of fulfillment] is near.
- merriam-webster Definition of “take (something) to heart”: to be deeply affected or hurt by something. To “take (something) under advisement”: to consider (something) carefully.
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