The Worst of the Worst

Posted on May 28th, by Lori in Revelation 6:1-8. 1 Comment

The Lamb is finally opening the scrolls, so humanity gets their first glimpse of God’s plan to fully and finally heal the world. Now we get to the good stuff; the solution to humanity’s problems that will finally bring heaven on earth. The first four scrolls are read. And what do we get? A disturbing picture filled with danger, heartache, and death brought on by the Four Horsemen. Really? This is what God has planned for our ultimate salvation? In summarizing NT’s take on the text, I was originally going to call it “a necessary evil,” but that—equating evil with our heavenly father–does God an injustice. Let’s just say that it’s necessary to show the depth of the sickness that defines the true human condition. Only when faced with the ultimate examples of the depravity that define humankind’s treatment of one another—now and throughout the ages–can we truly see the stark contrast that living within God’s true holiness really represents. We must see and experience the worst of the worst in order for God’s salvation to take hold fully and finally.

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  • theyenguy

    You write, “We must see and experience the worst of the worst in order for God’s salvation to take hold fully and finally”

    I respond, The Apostle John wrote from prison, while living in exile on The Isle of Patmos about 90 AD, the contents of a dream given to him by angels. The Revelation Of Jesus Christ, foretells those things which must shortly come to pass, these being presented in Revelation 1:1; meaning a series of events that once they begin, as they did on October 23, 2013, Jesus Christ, acting in dispensation, that is in the administration of all things economic, a concept presented by the Apostle Paul in Ephesians 1:10, pivoted the world from the paradigm and age of liberalism into that of authoritarianism by releasing the First Horseman of The Apocalypse, Revelation 6:1-2, the Rider on the White Horse, who has a bow, yet no arrows, symbolizing his ride over the world, to effect a bloodless global coup d’état, to transfer sovereignty from nation states to regional nannycrats and regional bodies such as the ECB.

    Liberalism was characterized by monetary inflation, that is credit inflation, AGG, and currency inflation, that is Major World Currencies, DBV, and Emerging Market Currencies, CEW, fueling economic growth and global trade, where the banker regime financialized nation state fiat money.

    Authoritarianism is characterized by monetary deflation, that is credit deflation, AGG, BWX, EU, and currency deflation, DBV, CEW, FXE, all turning lower in value, stimulating investors to derisk out of fiat wealth, that is World Stocks, VT, as is seen in the Risk Off ETN, OFF, rising in value, which terminates global economic growth and global trade, and introduces economic recession where the beast regime of regional governance and totalitarian collectivism rules via diktat money.

    The Netherlands, EWN, was a Euro Yen, EUR/JPY, currency carry trade darling; now investors consider the nation and its companies, AEG, ASML, ENL, ING, PHG, and VPRT, to be dogs, and are selling them strongly. The sweet spot in life under liberalism was experiencing the liberality of the world central bankers monetary authority, and getting leveraged up, on debt trades and currency carry trades, and experiencing economic life in a socialist economy.

    When Jesus Christ matures, perfects, and completes authoritarianism, through releasing all of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, seen in Revelation 6:1-8, and bringing it to its zenith through debt servitude, there will be a crushing austerity as is foretold in Daniel 7:7.