Num. 14:21 π Num. 16:24-32 π Isa. 6:3 π Isa. 26:9 π Rom. 6:12 π Eph. 1:23
The end-time acts of Almighty God will be comparable to the children of Israel under Moses, who lived within the presence of God and His divine counsel and divine providence, and also God’s divine direction, as evidenced by the cloud by day and pillar of fire at night.
Also further shown when Korah, Dathan and Abiram (these were priestly people) and their families and possessions were swallowed up alive and went down into the pit, plus numerous other people who had joined them and rebelled against God. It was an act of God’s Sprit to reveal to everyone whose and what spirit were approved by God. (see Num. 16:24-32; top )
In these end days, when God’s glory and presence will establish themselves in God’s temples (His end-time men), we will see comparable judgments coming forth from God; not because He enjoys it, but because He desires to show His distaste for rebellion from His people. Insubordination to God’s statutes gets contagious and in turn defiles others, and also distorts His standards of righteousness: “Let not sin reign in your mortal bodies…” ( Rom. 6:12 ) because sin can only lead to death. “…For only when Your judgments are in the earth will the inhabitants of the world learn righteousness – uprightness and right standing with God.” ( Isa. 26:9 , Amp.; top)
Soon these judgments will be evident again, as God establishes His glory in the earth. There will be fearful judgments upon the lukewarm Christians walking in rebellion to God, refusing to obey and surrender to God’s holy words. These people have surreptitiously used Scripture to defend their refusal to surrender to God, but no more, as judgment will fall, exposing the stubbornness and hardness of hearts – as in Korah’s Dathan’s and Abiram’s case – and it will be openly evident who is on the Lord’s side and who has the truth of the word of God abiding in them.
This will put an end to disagreements over Scripture. God will put an end to the exaltation of the self-life in self-appointed apostles, prophets and evangelists; this will put an end to see who deserves to sit at the head table; the exposure will find the head table vacant, as the Lord Himself occupies “all in all” ( Eph. 1:23; top )
Anyone proclaiming to be a prophet will be reason for everyone to be in suspect of his proclamation!
“But as truly as I live, all the earth shall be filled with the glory of the Lord.” ( Num. 14:21; top )
“And one cried to another and said, ‘Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of hosts, the whole earth is full of His glory!” ( Isa. 6:3; top )
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