As we career into the world’s end next week due to a mortal head wound and the Pope opening-up a blood-moon in the Large Hadron Collider, which will cause the zombie apocalypse in the middle-east, the attached is an alternative view of the end times and the ‘left behind’ series – and is indeed a compelling understanding of Matthew 24.
Instead of the world ending sometime between now and next week, I believe that we’re in the greatest time of my Father’s blessing, and it is an honour to be chosen to be alive in this hour and to plan ahead for [several] future generations.
How about we all keep an open mind, let go of our pre-conceived ideas about Father and our eschatology, and simply love one another and advance the Kingdom instead?
The type of current end-times lunacy that we’re seeing is why the church is weak, beloved. When we constantly believe that the world is “ending”, we’re the ones with the “mortal head wound” and we don’t think generationally and build accordingly. Why do we always think that it is about ‘us’ and ‘our generation’?
A righteous man leaves an inheritance for his children’s children.
Occupy until He comes.
Grace and Peace to you all,
Agape Revolution (hanging on by my finger-nails, and just making it through the various Harbingers of the hour, phew…)
P.S. I do realise that I could be wrong about a lot of things. But so can you. ;). This is just where I’m at in terms of the understanding of my Father. If you like Jonathan’s video below, I’d highly recommend his other teachings’, and his book called “Raptureless & the Art of Revelation.” He’s a brilliant young man.
Finally, John 3:16 didn’t say the following: “For God was so angry at the world that He wanted to get all the Christians outta there, so He could beat up on everyone else.” My Father is not an angry Father. Some food for thought.