Will wicked nations survive the coming judgment?
Shalom, and happy morning to you. Every day it seems the world becomes more and more corrupt. Billboards advertise sin openly; music that praises all things abominable is blared everywhere; and laws are passed in the land that condone pure wickedness. But the majority of the people love it so.
By all accounts, those truly striving for righteousness amount to a slim minority. We are outnumbered by a vast world of sin-loving pagans and heathens, or lukewarm, half-hearted believers who are surprisingly tolerant of all this evil, though they profess not to be. Everywhere you look people are dressing inappropriately or speaking idle nonsense with an increased amount of vulgarity mixed in. And greed—greed of the darkest, most inextricable kind—is on the rise. People will do anything for currency these days: lie, cheat, steal, commit cruel acts of violence. . . . And the leaders of the nations are no better, consistently going to war for the same reason.
From the economy, religion, and education, to presidents, prime ministers, and kings, right down to the so-called “common people,” everything, and very nearly everyone, is corrupt. And though the wicked think they’ll get away with it and forever maintain a firm grip on this evil collection of world systems, Yah declares this to the faithful remnant of Israel, and those joined to her:
11 For I am with you and will save you, says Yah. I will completely destroy the nations where I have scattered you, but I will not completely destroy you. . . .
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