Jake, on May 5, 2011 at 3:00 am said:
Where sin abounds His grace aboundeth that much more. Everything we need to know is sufficient by the workings of the Holy Spirit through the prophets of past. Until the two witnesses arrive anyway.
Personally, and this is just myself speaking, I don’t call out to God to provide modern day prophets. I pray for eyes to see and ears to hear truth.
Que sera sera,
What ever will be, will be,
The future’s not ours to see,
Que sera sera
But it is awfully fun to keep watch, sort through the world events unfolding and long to see the Lord’s Second Coming! Keep the clues coming sweet Lord, and thank you for the yearning to see you coming in the clouds! Oh yaaaaaaaaaa!!
enforcinghisgrace, on May 6, 2011 at 6:19 am said
“But it is awfully fun to keep watch”
I was just caught off by your comment. How do you find it , “fun”. I don’t find this too much fun and I am hoping you can shed some light of your experience thus far. And the clouds, how do you fit that place, just wondering what you are experiencing.
Comment by Adamantine:
I used to find it fun as well. Currently it is somewhat stressful because if events back even further away from what once seemed reasonable in the theories of Herb Peters then I will feel a little left out in the wind to dry so to speak. I will not blame others but will feel a bit like a bride left at the altar. ( I disagree with those who say one should not mix metaphors). The time since July 2009 when to the casual eye the theory started to unravel has not been an easy time for me as a watcher. This may be part of the reason we are admonished to have patience. If the theory fully dies I will struggle as to why God would let me view events so incorrectly. He IS arriving someday and He will be the bridegroom but ……it appeared for awhile that the event was to be sooner than maybe it will yet prove to be.