Harbinger — 2 Comments

  1. Job was righteous and blameless before God. The thing he feared most was being at odds with God, not physical pain or the loss of his family/posessions. His affliction was allowed by God to accomplish the two things all trials produce. First for God to take Job from glory to glory, revealing who his true enemy was (leviathan) and then delivering him and preparing a table before him in the presence of his enemies (Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar all being used by leviathan to accuse him). In the end showering him with blessing for coming through fire even more pier than he already was- praying for his “friends”. The second accomplishment was proving to satan that God’s children will choose Him even in tribulation. It’s all about whose seed wins. Job was a winner, beginning to end.

  2. Mary –

    Just saw your post, and this scripture just came to me: from

    Revelation 8: The Seventh Seal
    1″When the Lamb opened the seventh seal, there was silence in heaven for about half an hour. 2And I saw the seven angels who stand before God, and they were given seven trumpets”.

    Even as the ‘trumpet’, ‘seals’ and ‘bowl’ judgments in Revelation all point to the sovereignty of God, and His total authority as Judge of the Universe, what came to me just now, is the “silence” in the atmosphere. Like the calm before the storm. You can feel it.

    I believe the remnant saints *the bride of Christ, who follows the Lamb, in obedience, here on earth, will be in ‘Goshen’ (protected abd provided to by God (as were the Israelites in the desert on way to Canaan land).

    For those who resist, refuse Gods mercy, grace and salvation, who oppose Holy Spirit, sadly, we know what happened to Pharoah, and the enemys of Israel.

    Could it be that the ‘silence’ is the sobering moment we are in?  God the Father presence among us. His glory cloud falling.

    Per the ‘Harbinger’ word, that reminded me of messianic Rabbi Jonathan Cahns’ 2020 book,”The Harbinger”. Blessings.

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