end times watching: Jeremiah’s vision and prophecy

“Are not all my words as fire, sayeth the LORD, and a hammer that shatters rock” prophet Jeremiah

It is impossible for a watchman not to speak when receiving a clear message from the word of God. As posted on 7/22 (as received in an aftermath of 7/17) a mourning song from Jeremiah 9 for the nations, two more glaring horrifying air events happened with fatalities on 7/23. Within less than a fortnight (7/17-23) three tragic events were no small unnoticeable matters for watchman. The matters involve signs and nations of the world.

Here are the posts preceding this one, all within the short span of a week. Then when the latest bad news came, this watchman asked the Lord and received Jeremiah chapters 17 and 7. The day of Doom was spoken twice in chapter 17:17-18. The word “double” destruction was spoken in verse 18.

But You, O Lord, are a God merciful and gracious

What does this mean? A watchman asked. At times like this, no watchman (messenger) can remain in each own comfort zone. what is the job of a watchman? The answer received is in the testimony (messages) of prophet Jeremiah (called to prophetic ministry in c. 626 BC) as recorded in the Bible. The instruction: read and understand the book of Jeremiah. This is the book for now.

The following are verses on the day of doom. Read and meditate the whole book of Jeremiah and Amos too. Pray and ask the Lord to reveal the messages for you today.

Do not be a terror to me; You are my hope in the day of doom.
Let them be ashamed who persecute me, But do not let me be put to shame; Let them be dismayed, But do not let me be dismayed. Bring on them the day of doom, And destroy them with double destruction!

And I will send winnowers to Babylon, Who shall winnow her and empty her land. For in the day of doom They shall be against her all around.

Woe to you who put far off the day of doom, Who cause the seat of violence to come near;


But, the watchman says, “here is still the GOOD NEWS”:




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