Yah gives us ample time to hear and heed his warnings, then turn and repent.
Shalom, and happy morning to you. If you hold in your mind the idea that Yah is a vengeful being, bent solely on the destruction of all those who rebel against him, you do not have a proper understanding of who Yah is. Yes, the wicked and rebellious will eventually be dealt with, but the door of repentance has remained open for a long time, allowing many in this life, including you and me, to turn back to Yah. The same must be true for others who are still in darkness. He has to allow them a full and proper opportunity to turn from unrighteousness and repent of their present and past iniquities.
This is part and parcel of his great patience and abundant mercy: he gives us ample time to hear and heed his warnings, then turn and repent. If these actions make it appear that he is slow to fulfill his promises of delivering true Israel and those joined to her, as well as punishing the wicked, this is not so, for his words must be fulfilled.
9 Yah is not slow to fulfill his promise as some understand slowness, but is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish but everyone to come to repentance.
—2 Peter 3:9
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