Did you hear? The world is going to end in September.
Or something like that.
Apparently, the Illuminati has been sending us subliminal messages since way back via movies.
Some folks think Jesus is going to return during Rosh Hashana.
Others think the Illuminati is going to put us (Christians?) in internment camps.
Honestly, I don’t know if all these things will come to pass. I’m not God. I do know I sense a change coming. I sense that the United States has crossed the line. The dam has burst and there’s no containing the malevolent destruction that spews forth.
The Bible is clear about the times we live in:
You may as well know this too, Timothy, that in the last days it is going to be very difficult to be a Christian. For people will love only themselves and their money; they will be proud and boastful, sneering at God, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful to them, and thoroughly bad. They will be hardheaded and never give in to others; they will be constant liars and troublemakers and will think nothing of immorality. They will be rough and cruel, and sneer at those who try to be good. They will betray their friends; they will be hotheaded, puffed up with pride, and prefer good times to worshiping God. They will go to church, yes, but they won’t really believe anything they hear. Don’t be taken in by people like that.
2 Timothy 3:1-5, TLB
So what’s a Christian to do in such perilous times?
I believe I’m to trust God. Trust Him and not give in to fear. Trust Him and believe that no matter what, He’ll take care of me.
If there are forces out there who want to destroy me because I’m a Christian, I still win, because the King of Kings and Lord of Lords is my Savior. To die is to be in His Wonderful Presence at last. If I suffer, I believe He will give me the grace to endure.
My favorite Psalm when I get to feeling insecure about the future is Psalm 91. I’ve memorized it. If you haven’t, I encourage you to memorize it and pray it as we enter into this new phase of worshiping Jesus in an America that isn’t so free anymore.
If you’d like, print the picture below and hang it up or carry it with you to give you comfort. Memorize it, and then let me know you did!
Click here for the .pdf version: Psalm 91 King James Version (KJV)
So what say you? Do you think Jesus is coming in September?
If you aren’t a Christian and you’re reading this, and have questions, please feel free to contact me via my contact page. I’m happy to answer any questions you may have. You can also contact me on Facebook or Twitter. Seek Jesus while there is still time.