Before the age of technology, the gospel took much time to spread from town to town, province to province, nation to nation, and island to island. Fast forward to the 20th century, the age of the internet. The gospel has exploded and has reached countless people in a matter of a short time. One no longer has to travel long distances. All they have to do is sit down in front of their computer with a cup of coffee and copy and paste the Scriptures with one’s commentary for clarity, and many people will read it.
But you, Daniel, shut up these words and seal the book until the time of the end. Many will roam to and fro, and knowledge will increase. -Daniel 12:4 BSB
The Book of Daniel was not for Daniel’s contemporaries but is for us. We can see how everything is lining up as the Scriptures say, especially with the introduction of the vaccine, which mirrors the mark of the beast. You are experiencing a taste of what’s coming.
Then he told me, “Do not seal up the words of prophecy in this book, because the time is near. -Revelation 22:10 BSB
The understanding of the end times was for the believers whom God ordained to live in these prophetic times.
We are living close to the return of Jesus Christ, and we must be ready to meet the Lord. If you have anything against another believer, you must make it right. Or, if it is a family member, you have to fix it.
There are two things we have to keep in mind when it comes to our spiritual walk. We have to make sure that we are living right in God’s eyes, and we are telling people about the free gift that Jesus is offering (John 3:16-17).
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