Something Borrowed

Posted Thursday, December 16, 2010, at 6:52 PM
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  • At face value, this is an excellently produced 5:34 minutes. Wouldn't it be fantastic if every living soul could/would turn their hearts to Messiah, Jesus, be 'Reborn' in the Holy Spirit, so Jesus could cancel Tribulation on account of Holiness in His people??

    Ah, what a day that would be. He could procession down from Heaven, with no battle gear at the ready, be welcomed back to earth as King of Kings, Lord of Lords, with people pressing in to take a part in welcoming Him in His setting down of His feet on the Mt. of Olives, without having to destroy hundreds of Millions of military enemy, before entering into Jerusalem, to set up His wondrous World Government, to reign a thousand years...Oh, what glory that would be, to fill our hearts.

    But, alas, His Prophetic word has told us that we are at the end of His Salvation through Faith, and His Grace. As the old conductors on CB&Q Railway would call out: 'All Aboard!' Tribulation is just around the bend in the hill, and His Will is to be done, just as Prophecy says.

    Greedy me, desires that more, and more, turn their hearts to His Salvation. He wants us all.

    Sorry, Brian, I get carried away (hopefully soon), and I keep the Watch, to be ready when He calls us 'Up Hither.' AMEN

    Thanks for the compliment. I, like you, me thinks, are here to witness, and share His overflowing of love, so more will desire what we have in Him.

    Merry Christmas to you and yours, plus, one and all who take the time to view the video, and perhaps read these words.


    (Blessed are you my Brother, and Family)

    -- Posted by Navyblue on Thu, Dec 16, 2010, at 8:21 PM
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