by John Barnett

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Discover the Horrors of Life Without Jesus (27 of 58)
Series: Revelation - From Now to Forever
John Barnett

Have you ever wondered what the world would be like without Jesus? Hitler freed Germany from their consciences and it brought the killing fields, the gas chambers and an industry of death. That was the darkest hour of the 20th century. Mankind's unending fight with God at last brings them the freedom they always wanted, life without God. And what does life become without God? A living death, a living Hell of inutterable blackness.

That"s Revelation 16. The end has come. In a very brief span of time, the long awaited moment has arrived. In seven swift strokes the desire of a world wanting no part of Jesus- is granted. God shows to us what life without Jesus will be like. These 7 bowls of plagues are for the lost. Revelation 16 is no less than a foretaste of Hell. Think of how the earth-dwellers in just a few moments begin an inexorable plunge toward Hell.

In 21 vivid verses John sees and records for us what happens when mankind joins fallen angels in living without God.

Human bodies oozing malignant sores,
Earth's oceans become death washing up on every shore,
All water has the stench of corruption rising from every river, stream, faucet and well on the planet,
People's bodies burning from a solar fire pouring down from the skies,
Then there is added to all that an instantaneous impenetrable darkness. And as all the earth-dwellers seethe with rage toward God, Satan's trio of demons gathers the earth as a vast army to fight God, and toward Armageddon they go in hatred of the creator.
Finally, as they gather, the earth convulses in the greatest quake ever, all cities are leveled, islands sink and 60 to 120 pound[1] hailstones raining down upon the earth obliterating the monuments of earth and the men that built them.
ENOUGH SAYS GOD! Let's listen as we stand for the reading of the Word of God

For the redeemed, the glory of Jesus shines ...

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