Posts Tagged ‘Isaiah’

The Second Angel’s Trumpet and Vial

Sunday, July 4th, 2010

Long ago I heard the trumpets of the angels of Revelations were volcanoes.  What have we today?  An underground volcano of crude oil gushing and bloodying the seas.

And we have man adding even more toxic chemicals making a far more deadly soup.  Might the “vial” of the “second angel” be the EPA approved then dissaproved highly toxic oil disspersants?

Revelations 16:3

“And the second angel poured out his vial upon he sea; and it became as the blood of a dead man: and every living soul died in the sea.”  King James Version

I have no accounting for the order of appearances and the apparent lack of accounting for the first angel’s trumpet of Revelations 8:7

Perhaps there is a reader who can shed some light upon this?

Are we in the midst of the deployment and use of a weapon of mass destruction?  A WMD?  Is this eco-terrorism?  A red flag event?  To push through Obama’s agenda of enslavement?  Cap and Trade?

All I know is that the more I read my Bible, the more I am reading about my country, these United States of America, especially the writings of the Major Prophets of the Old Testament.  Isaiah and Jeremiah appear to have written about present day America!

Might the “Israel” they wrote about be our country?

Did Jesus Reveal the Name of the Anti-Christ? Baraq U Bama

Thursday, August 27th, 2009

The Last Word on Fluoride

Saturday, June 20th, 2009

 

While I have a reputation of having something to say about everything (Ask Pastor Scott.), I think it best to let God have the last word.  So, here it is.

 

Isaiah was the prophet with the longest vision.  The Prophet Isaiah not only spoke for the LORD, of all the Old Testament prophets, Isaiah had the greatest vision.  He saw further than another other prophet and described the New Jerusalem.

 

God spoke through Isaiah and I believe Isaiah could see our present and our future. 

 

Hear the Word of the LORD:

 

And though the LORD give you the bread of adversity, and the water of affliction, yet shall not thy teachers be removed into a corner any more, but thine eyes shall see thy teachers: (underscoring added for clarity)

 

Isaiah 30:20