And in the End

Lord bless everyone who contended for the faith over the recent social justice controversy. Stay the course! We may not know exactly what it all means this side of the kingdom but this might be a glimpse –I have one thing to relate to you, and this ought to make your heart beat just a bit faster. I can’t get this out of my mind:

The  church of Laodicea in Revelation 3 is generally taught by bible scholars as being the final apostacized church that will be around when Jesus returns. I have always believed that. Yesterday,  I looked up the meaning of that word “Laodicea” on Blue Letter Bible. It means, “justice of the people”. Wow. Is this a shout-out from the Lord to us, who will be the ones to understand these times, that His coming is at the door? What are we to think when our very world is obsessed with justice, and the church is right there with the world in what it pursues? Of course our mighty God, who knows the end from the beginning, communicates these gems to His people to help them watch and be ready.

Are you?

About Mary

I have been a believer since 1981. Everything else before that is relatively meaningless. My heart has, from day 1, always been toward the subject of bible prophecy and I have seen the Lord do amazing things in my life through simply studying the Word and applying it to my life. I am a wife, grandmother and work full time in ministry. Life is full, and full of learning curves and seasons.
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4 Responses to And in the End

  1. Becky McGraw says:

    Wow…this is great!! Now I can’t stop thinking about it…

  2. Mary says:

    Yeah, go with it : ) Let’s get out of this old world !


  3. Judy Benziger says:

    Hi Mary!
    I just found your blog through Calvary Chapel…my daughter had noted that Calvary is hosting one of her favorite authors..Warren Smith in Sept.
    I grew up in Appleton and was just there last week to check on my parents’ graves. It seems like Appleton never really changes! I live in Indianapolis…so we miss getting Manderfield’s donuts and Darboy Club fish on Friday nights!
    Anyway, after looking through your material, I thought maybe you’d be interested in checking out my daughter’s blog…
    God bless and keep you looking UP! ~judy

  4. Mary says:

    Manderfields and Darboy Club – Oh yeah : ) Some things don’t change, although Appleton has changed profoundly in some more subtle ways that both my husband and I lament regularly.
    I checked out her blog – great stuff………..bless you……..mary

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