Updated: Aug 29

Daily Inspirational Encouragement


By: Linda Kirby/WGON

We as humans fear the unknown more than the known. So, how can we know what’s coming? Our bible gives us exactly what’s coming and you will know it, if you read it! The Lord laid out everything to look for in the end times. We are seeing it coming to pass now. We see the ingredients being put together for the tribulation to happen. Many Christians don’t read their bibles so they are not “in the loop.” If we read what is coming, we will learn that it will be a horrible time in this world very soon. However, Christians will not be here for that. We as Christians look at what’s happening now as sign posts to the “great snatching away.” This makes us excited to see our Jesus in the clouds. “I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also.” (John 14:3) These days of chaos, government overreach, wickedness, wars and rumors of wars, pestilence, natural disasters, etc., were all laid out for us in the bible. “When you see these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh.” (Luke 21:28) So, don’t let all this cause you stress. We were told it would happen. For Christians, it’s a time of expectations to finally get to be with our Lord. This is not a time of fear or stress for us. We know what’s coming because we read our bible. There is no “unknown” here for us. We don’t know the day or hour, but we do see the signs. Be the light in this world until the time we are snatched up. While light is here, darkness can’t enter. When we are gone, only darkness remains. YOU are the light of the world (Matt. 5:14). If you let that light go out because of fear, dread, worry, stress, loss of faith, then you will be in the darkness. What a horrible thought! Let your light shine. “Endure until the end.” (Matt. 24:13)

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