ck quartermanUpon tomorrow’s doorstep there is a deluge of divine wrath to be universally expected to overwhelm this wicked world and particularly America.

The great day of the LORD is near, it is near, and hasteth greatly, even the voice of the day of the LORD: the mighty man shall cry there bitterly. That day is a day of wrath, a day of trouble and distress, a day of wasteness and desolation, a day of darkness and gloominess, a day of clouds and thick darkness (Zephaniah 1:14-15).

Unknown is the fact that many countries and individuals are preparing for the coming Apocalypse. The rich, powerful, and of course the military of most countries are digging in the mountains.

As it is written, “hid themselves in the dens and in the rocks of the mountains” (Revelation 6:15). America will not be given a second chance before the Book of Revelation comes into place. America is headed for judgment regardless of the timing of the Apocalypse. I find this admonition distasteful and a burden, one which stigmatizes and conjures the thought that I might be a fear monger. But speak I must, warn I will.

If the watchman sees war coming and blows the trumpet, warning the people, then if anyone hears the sound of the trumpet and ignores it and war comes and takes him off, it’s his own fault. He heard the alarm, he ignored it‒it’s his own fault. If he had listened, he would have saved his life. ‘But if the watchman sees war coming and doesn’t blow the trumpet, warning the people, and war comes and takes anyone off, I’ll hold the watchman responsible for the bloodshed of any unwarned sinner’ (Ezekiel 33:3-6, Message Bible).

The unfolding of Revelation and the utter darkness has been developing since the beginning of time, and has been foretold in prophecy. Darkness so deep, it is inconceivable. This darkness is coming upon the world yet everyone sleeps. Society is marrying and partying like no other generation. Most people have indulged in their ungodly pleasures, as slaughters, war crimes, and country against country has risen; the majority have just turned the music up a little louder and pacified themselves with the thought that tomorrow would somehow be better. However, America is like a man drowning in quicksand. Mankind puts his head in a hole, and covers his eyes, hoping it will all go away and that tomorrow will arrive as a bright sun-shining day.

“In a time of universal deceit‒telling the truth is a revolutionary act” (George Orwell).

The end is near, America is failing, and the footfall of the Apocalypse’s Four Horsemen is on the doorstep.

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