Pastor Rich Laskowski - November 16, 2020

Seven Thunders and the Kingdom of God

I bring you the last message in the Storm Rider sermon series. The message is titled “Seven Thunders and the Kingdom of God.” 2020 has been a year of hurricanes, out of control fires, lawlessness, riots, Covid-19 plague, corruption, false prophets, and growing anger. Little wonder I’ve once again turned my eyes to the Book of Revelation. In the 10th chapter, I find a very curious narrative. The trumpet judgments are ending, and the bowl judgments are about to begin. The voice of an angel shouts like the roar of a lion. Then we read the words, “When he shouted, the voice of the seven thunders spoke.” John was about to write down what the seven thunders said but was told to “seal up what the seven thunders have said.” What in the world is going on here? I love a mystery, and this is a good one. The election hangs in the balance, another hurricane is about to hit America, and even though the violence on the streets has quieted down, there is tension in the air signaling the storm is not over.

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The Bible teaches that innocent blood cries out from the ground to God, demanding justice. The Bible also teaches that the innocent blood of Jesus on the cross and dripped to the ground speaks. America is at a crossroads where her fate will be decided. We have soaked our ground with the innocent blood of millions of unborn children that even now cries out to God for justice. We have also been offered mercy through the innocent blood of Jesus. Heaven holds it’s breath as America comes to the valley of decision. What we do next will determine what God does next. God calls us to lift our voices for this nation we love, that she would turn back to God, experience revival, and remain a shining city upon a hill.

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