How should a Christian react to all the doomsday predictions out there?


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In the 1950s the world feared it was on the edge of a nuclear apocalypse. Near the turn of the century, there was worldwide speculation about Y2K and the possible end of the civilized world as a re...

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Emilio 1992 Emo Tenorio Shomer
In my humble opinion the answers could be as varied as Christendom itself as there are many denominational doctrines in operation under the Christian banner or big tent. (Luke 7:35)

I submit my narrower view or response simply stated; I believe the Bible is exactly what it claims to to be - the history of the world, inspired by the Creator of the world to His creation. (Isaiah 46:10)

In this season of uncertainty, there are those who will lead many away from the truth. (Judges 17:6)
But if the Bible is true and God does intend to intervene again in world history to save man from himself, then we all need to pay attention.(Proverbs 22:3; Proverbs 27:12)

As we witness the various seemingly uncontrolled whirlwinds rage upon our sphere, shaking it to it's very foundations, know that we share a common future history that has already been clearly spelled out.(Proverbs 24:11; Mark 10:27)

The Christian should be at peace maintaining their joy at all times and in all things, above all that this bankrupt world system with a limited understanding offers. Remember in every era, mankind has been forced to cope with unique circumstances, take heart and be of good courage. (Mark 9:49; 1 Corinthians 16:13)

Scripture speaks of a time when all that can be shaken, will be shaken, so that what can't be shaken will stand. The Bible is the one anchor we have, the one clear picture of what is to come and what it will be like. (2 Corinthians 1:10; 2 Corinthians 1:20)

We must tell the world that the end is coming and it's nothing to be afraid of.
That is if you believe and hold onto the promise given by Him who is faithful and more than able to keep it. (1 Corinthians 7:23; 2 Corinthians 1:18)

Bottom line; As kingdom ambassadors let us use our remaining trench time here, to wisely minister to the lost souls whose world is collapsing around them daily.
Remember their leaders lack the common sense to even balance a simple checkbook. (Esther 4:14)

"The occupation of the good soldier of Christ is war" Charles Spurgeon

In the Lord's freedom remain calm and...............warrior on

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