Last Trumpet Newsletter In this issue of the Last Trumpet Newsletter, we will thoughtfully consider the events of this present time as we move ever closer to the great and notable day of our Lord's return. From the moment our Almighty God summoned his creative power and first spoke the universe into existence, mankind has been on a journey through millenniums, centuries, decades, and years. As a method to track our existence, God gave us a marked off piece of eternity known as time. With the year of 2011 coming to a conclusion, we are drawing closer and closer to that beautiful last day which we are told of in Revelation 10 when "there should be time no longer."
This truly has been an amazing year. We have seen signs in the heavens, earthquakes, pestilences, record-breaking weather, an increase in knowledge, a prevalent spirit of blasphemy, wars, rumors of wars, unrest, riots, and social distemper around the globe. The signs of our coming King and Saviour are all around us, and while the majority of the world's population will continue to scoff at our beliefs, we, the children of God, know in our hearts through faith that Jesus is coming soon.
Although Christians are often criticized for believing in the Biblical doctrine of the end of days and the eventual destruction of the planet earth, many scientists also believe the world will be destroyed someday. What they cannot agree on is how and when it will happen. Some hypothesize that global warming or nuclear war will destroy the planet. Others say that the end of the world as we know it will occur when the sun burns out billions of years from now. Yet, there are others who do not push the world's demise off to such an extreme distance. According to an April 2011 report, two leading astronomers from Scotland, Lord Martin Rees and Professor John Brown, believe there is a fifty percent chance that the world could end within ninety years. (1)
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