Prophecy A Terrifying End
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Prophecy has a way of bringing a Terrifying End to people. Having been writing, warning, and teaching these many years, when on the subject of the End, well the word Terrifying describes it. In a Psalm of David it says “Hearken unto the voice of my cry, my King, and my God: for unto thee will I pray. My voice shalt thou hear in the morning, O LORD; in the morning will I direct my prayer unto thee, and will look up1.” I like David, but if you have read his Psalms, studied his life, and understand who this King was; then you also know; he paid a price to become king. He also paid a price for his sin of both adultery and murder. If there was anyone who wrote poetically, scripturally, and with the heart and spirit; it was David. In these verses we find David crying unto the LORD, who was his King. He would direct his prayers in the morning and look up to his God for answers. This is what many dedicated believers do or should do. Seek the Lord in the morning, look to their God and King.
Fearfulness and trembling are come upon me, and horror hath overwhelmed me. Psa 55:5
And I said, Oh that I had wings like a dove! for then would I fly away, and be at rest. Psa 55:6
Lo, then would I wander far off, and remain in the wilderness. Selah. Psa 55:7
David had from a young lad while tending the flocks looked to the LORD his God and King. The LORD chose him because of his heart attitude towards him. It was ingrained in him and in his shepherding, he was faithful. He was faithful both to his Father whose flocks he tending and to his God whom he served as he worked the flocks. In this small responsibility, David grew in faith and saw his God deliver the flocks and himself from many beasts. When he eventually faced Goliath, David did not see the Giant; but he saw an enemy of the LORD God of Israel. He knew that as God had done with the lions, bears, and other creatures; God would do to this enemy who stood so large before him. When David became King, he had already been in the habit of seeking his God and seeing this LORD deliver him. David also developed his Praying when tending sheep and then later in a cave hiding from Saul who sought to kill him. It was as a King that this young man, now older had the praying engrained in his spirit and habit. It was part of him, it was what he did. David fell into trouble when instead of tending to the nation’s business; he stayed in the castle and eventually looked out a window and saw Bathsheba bathing. That was the end of his innocence. Lust was born in his heart and he carried it through. In the end he repented of it. But this temptation came not when he faced death from the bear or lion while tending sheep, no not at this time. Temptation did not come when he faced down Goliath, no not this time either. Temptation of this sort did not come during all his battles in war against Israel’s enemies, no not here either. Temptation came when he least expected, when the nation had seen victory against its enemies and the King was settled in his Palace. It came when there was no fear of death, starvation, or other evil. But come it did and in the end, David fell to it. If that were the end of the story, then there would be no hope for us. But in the end, David repented and God said, “He is a man after my own heart.” It is from the Seed of David that our Messiach comes from. He is known as the greater Son of David, the Messiach, and the anointed one who was to come and did come. He is coming back again, not as the suffering servant, but as Lord of Lords and King of Kings. He will put down all the enemies of God and will rule with a rod of Iron.
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