by Ernest Easley

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Hell's Angels Set Free (18 of 40)
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
Revelation 9:13-21
February 2, 2003

Now with our Bibles opened to Revelation chapter 9, we're not only learning these days who holds the future, we're learning what the future has to hold! And that future includes you! Saved or Lost, Heaven bound or Hell bound! Your future is either blessed or doomed and what determines the outcome is what you decide to do with Jesus Christ!

C.S. Lewis said, "There are two kinds of people: those who say to God 'Thy will be done' and those to whom God says, 'All right then, have it your way.'"

Well, this morning we find ourselves near the end of the sixth trumpet judgment, You will remember that after the rapture of the church, this ol' world is in for seven years of tribulation.

Now somebody says, "Why would God unleash all those judgments? Isn't He the God of love?" Indeed He is the God of love. And because God loves and loves you, He wants the best for you in the here and now and the here after.

Do you remember Ezekiel 33:11, "I have no pleasure in the death of the wicked, but that the wicked turn from his way and live..." So every judgment that He unleashes upon lost humanity is another attempt to move men to repentance. God sends judgment in hopes that some will turn from their sin and turn to Jesus and be saved!!

You see, knowing the horrors of Hell, God is willing to allow anything in order to get somebody's attention. In fact, He may have allowed some things to come in your life in order to get your attention! Perhaps a death of a friend! Perhaps the loss of a job! It may be a sickness! Maybe a financial reversal!

You see, God is always trying to get the attention of those without salvation, without forgiveness, without hope, for "He is not willing for any to perish but for all to come to repentance!"

Now this morning we find ourselves in the middle of chapter 9. Last Sunday the fifth tru ...

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