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Day 98: Come My People

- Day 98 -
Come My People

Isaiah 26:20

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Time is so short; we no longer have a reference point for tomorrow. We have nothing to hope in, in this earth. It is going to be destroyed. You cannot make any plans that bring you joy or even seem natural. Those things that were acceptable and permissible are now no longer acceptable or permissible because only what is eternal is where all of our assets of life are to be focused. We are to be investing our lifeblood in what is not going to be destroyed. “Therefore if anyone is in Messiah, he is a new creature; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come” (2 Corinthians 5:17). As new creations, we need to be ready in the Spirit and waiting for Him. If we are waiting for anything else, then we are going to be deceived. We will have our focus off YAHshua (Jesus). He is coming soon, and His bride is making herself ready

We cannot long for a future here. There is no future here for us or for our children. None. That truth is a hard pill to swallow for young people, because they are not going to fill out their days—so hard. They had hopes and dreams, we all do—but we need to start majoring in the kingdom that awaits us, as we die to our flesh. The kingdom is at hand; we don’t die, we go to live with Him forever. We will not see death. This is new “fish bait” at the end of the age, to bring those who have waited to the last moments to listen and respond.

“Come, my people, enter into your rooms and close your doors behind you; hide for a little while until indignation runs its course. For behold, YAHveh is about to come out from His place to punish the inhabitants of the earth for their iniquity; and the earth will reveal her bloodshed and will no longer cover her slain” (Isaiah 26:20-21).

Go into your room just for a little while with Him. Hide yourself in Him. Cultivate that intimacy with Him so He alone is your heart’s desire and you long to be with Him. You long to worship and revere Him, for He is your life. He is your Sustenance. He is your ever-present Help in time of trouble. He is your Peace. He is your Joy. He is your Reward. He is your Husband. He is your King. He is your Deliverer. He is YAHshua (Jesus). He is your Beloved Lamb who died to give you life.