by John Barnett

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Discover the Vengeance of Jesus (28 of 58)
Series: Revelation - From Now to Forever
John Barnett

The wonder[1] of Jesus is how long He waits to avenge evil upon the earth. For all of human history since Eden Satan has seemingly triumphed. For thousands of years sin and death have run riotously around the globe, and He waits. Every village has felt some injustice. Every hamlet has seen evil raging. Every son and daughter born has sin's dark, black drop staining their heart. Every life experiences the tears and sorrows of Satan"s lie. Every home ultimately breaks up by deaths visit. No family escapes seeing the circle of their home dissolve into the dark depths of the grave. Every life eventually will end in death.

He waits, as every page of history is deeply stained. Unavenged evils, from the time of the first murder until this present hour are still pending. Human history has been written in blood, tears and death. Why does Jesus wait? Why is Satan allowed to wrap his vicious, slimy, filthy, cruel tentacles around human life and around this earth? The weak are slain, the helpless are crushed, and people in this earth by uncounted millions and millions are oppressed, living in despair, and it seems that Jesus just waits.

He waits, but somewhere beyond the starry sky there stands a herald angel with a trumpet in his hand, and by the decree of the Lord God Almighty, there is a day, there is an hour, there is a moment, there is an elected time when the angel shall sound and the kingdoms of this world shall become the kingdoms of our God and of His Christ. And in that moment Jesus returns. In the Glorious Majesty of His Victory on the cross Jesus returns.

Jesus left after saying He was coming back as was noted 1,257 x in the Old Testament and 319 x in the New Testament, now he returns!
Jesus left from the Mt. Of Olives on foot empty handed, He returns to that very spot descending from the skies mounted on a white horse, followed by countless armi ...

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