By Lou K. Coleman-Yeboah
Understand that God’s warnings are meant for our good. In our lives, warnings are often given to us by God in order to save us from an impending disaster. These warnings are not meant for our destruction, but they are meant as a way to give us an opportunity before destruction comes. Just like in the dashboard of every vehicle, there are indicators that are illuminated when a specific issue with the vehicle is found. Each indicator that illuminates within the dashboard is specifically designed to get the attention of the driver. Such signals serve as a warning to suggest to the driver that the vehicle and or driver may experience an adverse reaction if the highlighted warning is not addressed. Just like any indicator within a vehicle signifies a potential problem before it happens, God’s warnings serve the same purpose.
I tell you, God’s love for you and I is so great that He warns us before disaster strikes. It is important to understand that God’s purpose for giving each of us a warning is so that we can be spared from negative repercussions. How great is it to know that God would take the time to warn us before we suffer the consequences?
Listen, by faith Noah, when warned about things not yet seen, in holy fear built an ark to save his family. Noah was “warned about things not yet seen.” The flood was not yet seen because it was still in the future. But just because it was still in the future did not make it any less real.
I tell you; the stage is being set. All is about to come forth, as it is laid out in Scriptures. The events happening in our world today are setting the stage for the man of sin to be revealed. It won’t be long now before this evil and ruthless man will be ruling this world. And this ruthless man, this Antichrist, this Christ-hater, will unite his diabolical forces in opposing the plans and people of God like no person has ever done before. I tell you; you gonna wish you would have listened and taken heed to God’s warnings!
“Yet they did not listen or incline their ear, but stiffened their neck, that they might not hear and receive instruction” [Jeremiah 17:23].
For “The god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not.”— [2 Corinthians 4].