by Terry J. Hallock

Stand Up, Look Up, and Get Ready! God's About to Do Something!
T. J. Hallock
Luke 21:20-38
October 27, 2002

It is time to stand up, look up, and get ready because God is about to do something! Jesus says God is about to fulfill what has already been written in His Word. In Isaiah 63:4 He says, "For the day of vengeance was in my heart, and the year of my redemption has come." That year of redemption is nearer now than when we first believed so stand up, look up, and get ready! In Jeremiah 5:29 He asks, "Should I not punish them for this?" declares the Lord. "Should I not avenge myself on such a nation as this?" His patience with the sin of His people is about to run out so stand up, look up, and get ready! In Hosea 9:7 He declares, "The days of punishment are coming, the days of reckoning are at hand. Let Israel know this. Because your sins are so many and your hostility so great, the prophet is considered a fool, the inspired man a maniac." A punishment and reckoning is about to fall on this rebellious culture so stand up, look up, and get ready! God is about to do something!

God does not make idle threats nor give empty promises. His Word has been proven to be His bond. He told Noah to start building a boat because He was about to cleanse this world through a flood. The waters came. He promised Abraham that he would have a son even though both he and his wife Sarah were old and she was barren. A son was born. He promised Moses that He was about to bring His people out of slavery into the Promised Land. The exodus began. He declared that Messiah was on His way and Jesus showed up. He promised that Jesus would be born of a virgin and He was. He said Bethlehem would be the place of that birth and it was. He said Jesus would be betrayed for thirty pieces of silver and Judas did. He declared that Jesus would be crucified, dead, and buried and it happened. He promised that in three days Jesus would rise from the grave and the stone was rolled away.

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