Thoughts on judgment prophecies


I’ve read about the Prophet Sadhu and I’m not in any way discrediting him or his prophecies. But from an interface with ministers and having known Jesus in my years of walking with him and reading about him I have these to say:

Jesus came to…

1.) Save not Judge

All judgment has been entrusted to Jesus and he himself said he came not to judge the world but to save the world. (Jn.12:47). Jesus is a savior and a savior saves.

Yes, there will be judgment in the last days. In his sovereignty he will judge all flesh. But understand that not all judgment is punishment. Why have we been so engrossed with thoughts of God punishing us? Perhaps it’s because of our consciousness of our sins and the stubbornness not to turn away from it. More than that it’s because we are gospel deficient.  Jesus on the cross, Jesus and the empty cross don’t hold water for us.

But Archie, all biblical indications of the last days are happening. Yes they have been happening even before Noah drove the first nail in his ark.
Instead of ridiculing all the sinfulness of men and counting all the diseases around the world, how about getting excited about what would also take place in the last days: that young men would begin to see visions and young men and women would prophesy. (Acts 2:17).

2.) Save not Destroy

Remember when the Jesus and his disciples were rejected by the Samaritans? The disciples suggested a brilliant idea to call fire from heaven and consume the Samaritans. What did Jesus say? No he did not just say something, he rebuked them (his disciples). He said, “For the Son of Man did not come to destroy men’s lives but to save them.” Nuff said. (Luk. 9:51-56)

Now, about Repentance:

If I see a storm surge coming or I see a worm on my skin and I repent, that is repentance out of fear, it’s obedience for self-preservation.
Bible says, it’s God’s amazing goodness that brings people to repentance (Rom.2:4).

If you are a Christian, don’t be fearful because: God is love. Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in them. This is how love is made complete among us so that we will have confidence on the day of judgment: In this world we are like Jesus. There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love. (1Jn.4:16-18)

So now what?

My prayer is that you will meditate on God’s goodness and love for us. And that any fear will be driven out by God’s perfect love. Again, at the cross, Jesus paid it in full. Sealed. Done!

Assess our hearts that if there are things that aren’t right in the eyes of God, His amazing grace would cause us to repent. That despite the fact that we reject Him many times, he is always ready to love us at any point we come back to him.

Jesus is Lord. Lordship is a declaration to the world that we belong to the Lord. It is also our response to his goodness. It’s not the militia type of lorship but it’s the Father-son loving kind of relationship.

Pray. Calamities will rise, troubles will always be there because we are sinful. Let these things activate your prayer life.

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