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Call on God while he is near - Isaiah 55:6

My Divine Note #47 – February 5, 2010
The following Scriptures were inspired today. I will not add my comments and invite you to look up the Scriptures in a trustworthy concordance, so that you understand the right context. I am not surprised about this message because the Lord continues to inspire me with Isaiah 55:6, so I feel urgency in my ministry. I invite you to consider how you are sharing the gift of salvation that available to everyone right now.

God Protects His People. Psalm 46:1-3 1 God is our protection and our strength. He always helps in times of trouble. 2 So we will not be afraid even if the earth shakes, or the mountains fall into the sea, 3 even if the oceans roar and foam, or the mountains shake at the raging sea. Selah

Isaiah 55:6 So you should look for the Lord before it is too late; you should call to him while he is near.

Daniel 2:21 He changes the times and seasons of the year. He takes away the power of kings and gives their power to new kings. He gives wisdom to those who are wise and knowledge to those who understand.

Daniel 11:35 Some of the wise ones will be killed. But the hard times must come so they can be made stronger and purer and without faults until the time of the end comes. Then, at the right time, the end will come.

Daniel 12:3 The wise people will shine like the brightness of the sky. Those who teach others to live right will shine like stars forever and ever.

Daniel 12:4 "But you, Daniel, close up the book and seal it. These things will happen at the time of the end. Many people will go here and there to find true knowledge."

Revelation 1:3 Blessed is the one who reads the words of God's message, and blessed are the people who hear this message and do what is written in it. The time is near when all of this will happen.

Revelation 1:7 Look, Jesus is coming with the clouds and everyone will see him, even those who stabbed him. And all peoples of the earth will cry loudly because of him. Yes, this will happen! Amen.

Revelation 1:8 The Lord God says, "I am the Alpha and the Omega.[a] I am the One who is and was and is coming. I am the Almighty."


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