Final Warnings

¶And as He (Jesus) sat upon the mount of Olives, the disciples came unto him privately, saying, Tell us, when shall these things be? and what shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world?
Matthew 24:3

 
Final Warnings

Should we relax and take our shoes off,
no reason for concern?
Or should we ever be on guard
that CHRIST could soon return?

How do “you” interpret
all the prophecy being fulfilled?
Are you real excited,
or are you less then being thrilled?

There’s many ways we can react
to all we see occurring.
As for me… the things I’ve seen,
are less that reassuring.

Israel is daily challenged;
their enemies do abound.
They constantly must be on guard
from those that do surround.

There’s preachers that will tell you,
“there’s nothing you should fear”.
There’s others that will contradict;
the End Time is quite near.

Some will give the message… just relax,
and not to worry.
Others then will urge you,
to prepare… and in a “hurry”.

GOD is ridiculed by many,
and they hold HIM in contempt.
They haven’t got a clue to just how,
they are not exempt.

GOD will deal with all the wicked
and those who don’t believe.
Because of their unrighteousness
there’ll be no last reprieve.

After all is said and done…
the choice is up to “you”.
You can choose to just sit back
and see what’s coming true.

I suggest you take the time
to read the Word for confirmation.
Don’t take all these signs lightly
and risk elimination.

GOD said … simultaneously,
strange events will then occur.
HE also said HE will come quickly;
of that you can be sure.

I for one have noticed…
many “signs” on TV news.
It is getting nearer to the time
when you must choose.

Don’t put off this message…
stifle “not” the HOLY SPIRIT.
Be smart enough to heed GOD’S WORD
when and where you hear it.

JESUS said HE’S coming back;
the Rapture “WILL” take place.
NOW IS THE TIME… to ask GOD’S pardon,
and sincerely seek HIS FACE.

© C.C. September 20, 2007

Take ye heed, watch and pray: for ye know not when the time is.
Mark 13:33

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