Publication 143.01

The Mountain Of The House Of The Lord
An Equal Balance
All Shall Walk In The Name Of Jehovah Our Elohim
The Last Day
The Resurrection
The Seven Last Plagues


The Mountain Of The House Of The Lord

We have heard a great deal about "the last days," but very little about the Last Day (singular). The Last Day, of course, is reserved for the end of all the other days. Before the last day can dawn, the days leading to it must pass after they all fulfill their destined purpose. For a glance into the building up to this great day, we will first note some things written by the prophet Micah: "But in the last days it shall come to pass, that the mountain of the house of the Lord shall be established in the top of the mountains, and it shall be exalted above the hills, and people shall flow unto it" (Micah 4:1).

During the "last days" is when the Mountain -- the kingdom of the house of the Lord, the power of the house of the Lord, the authority of the house of the Lord, the government of the house of the Lord -- is established. During those "days" there are both light and darkness, good and evil, day and night. These are the characteristics of the days upon which the Mountain is established on top of the other mountains.

The Mountain of the House, of course, is Mount Hermon, the chief mountain of the Zion mountain range. It is from this high mountain that the living fellowship, the unity in Christ, is commanded to descend upon all nations: "Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity! It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down upon the beard, even Aaron's beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments; as the dew of Hermon that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the LORD commanded the blessing, even life for evermore" (Psa 133:3). And we read in the book of Deuteronomy -- "From Aroer, which is by the bank of the river Arnon, even unto mount Zion, which is Hermon" (Deu 4:48).

When this Mountain of the house of the Lord is established in the top of the mountains, God's dew of refreshing life will be had by all the other kingdoms of the world; for it is commanded, enjoined, directed or imposed by executive order.

Although there are awesome times of darkness and evil during the establishing of God's great Kingdom, there is a time when there is no more darkness, for the light of God's dew descends and His light shines upon every soul in every kingdom. With such unity there is no more night, no more tears or sorrow or death -- forever.

Men of the earth will try to cleave together, yet as with iron and clay, they will fail. In Christ, however, "Many nations shall come, and say, Come, and let us go up to the mountain of the Lord, and to the house of the God of Jacob; and he will teach us his ways, and we will walk in his paths: for the law shall go forth out of Zion; and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem. And he shall judge among many people, and rebuke strong nations afar off; and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks" (Micah 4:2-3). I will not say one way or the other whether the terrorist attack on America is a rebuke or not; for I do not know. If it is, I will say to rejoice; for the Lord's rebuke brings war to an end and the unity of peace reigns in its place.

Let us draw our attention to the fact that it is not the church -- but the nations -- which will beat their swords into plows, and their spears into pruning hooks. With this we can know, if we war against our brothers and sisters, we still have nations within that are in dire need of the Mountain of the house of the Lord to be established in the top of those mountains.

When the prince of Peace reigns over every mountain, ruling every kingdom in our contentious souls, there will be no more war. The radiating love and power of Jesus Christ will reach out, and God's Kingdom will be established in the top of all the mountains of the world. There will then be worldwide peace.

I know it sounds unlikely, especially as we stare into the horrid face of such a dark day of terror, one filled with pure, unadulterated hate and evil. And I know we certainly can't expect Osama bin Laden to be at peace with this nation when we can't even be at peace with ourselves. However, once the Kingdom of God's house is established in our own inner nations, that peace will go outward and touch every soul of every nation, and then the nations will war no more against one another. Nations such as Saddam Hussein's, the underground terrorist nation of Osama bin Laden, and the Talibans of Afghanistan will no longer war against other nations. Sounds impossible, doesn't it? Even so, those presently wreaking havoc on innocent lives will be judged, and since God hates an unequal balance, the guilty will feel the pain and suffering of each and every soul they have pierced.

An Equal Balance

At times of tragedy, such as that which has swept through the lives of so many in this nation as of September 11, 2001, we can't help from asking why God would allow the innocent to suffer so much. I wish I had an answer that would settle it once and for all in our troubled minds, but I don't. Notwithstanding, we know that when we weigh in the balance evil and justice, good and bad, love and hate, all negatives and all positives, and knowing somewhat the plan of God for His creation, we can begin to rest. Of necessity, that which is ultimately in store for humanity is incomprehensible.

Although I do not pretend to know all the answers, there are some things of which I am sure. For instance, king Solomon wrote, "A false balance is abomination to the LORD: but a just weight is his delight" (Prov 11:1), and, "A just weight and balance are the Lord's: all the weights of the bag are His work" (Prov 16:11). These two verses tell me that God will not accept anything but an equal balance, and everything in the bag, everything in the world of humanity is His work. Therefore, if a poor child suffers at the hands of an evil man, that evil man must be weighed in the balance and suffer equally. If thousands of people suffer and die at the hands of an evil man, he must balance the scales and feel their pain, along with all those with broken lives and hearts left behind.

Also, when those untold numbers of sufferers rise in victory, it will be so far above that hurt that there will be no comparison between the two. The apostle Paul said, "For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us" (Rom 8:18).

With all the hell that has swept over the earth since man has so insanely disgraced it, I can only conclude that Paul was right. The glory revealed in us, and in the whole world, when all things are gathered together in Christ Jesus, the evil cannot be compared to it. Our problem is generally our patience, or impatience. God, being eternal, is full of patience, while we have a hard time with it. 1 Corinthians 13:4 says that Love is patient, and John identified love: "And we have known and believed the love that God hath to us. God is love; and he that dwells in love dwells in God, and God in him" (1 John 4:16).

Therefore, if we are to have more patience, we need more love, and to have more love I must be more in God who is Love. It is this love that gives us such a peace that it passes all understanding:" And the peace of God, which passes all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus" (Phil 4:7).

It is being consumed by Christ, filled with His love and patience that will bring peace to our troubled minds, and then to the world. Although we may not see an immediate balance of good and evil, we can rest assured that there is not one hurt or injustice that will not be avenged by God, while those suffering and dying will reap an incomprehensible glory.

Something we may not have considered is that we cannot know the infinite depths of God's love until the infinite depths of evil have been released. And when we look at the awesome pain and darkness that presently shroud our nation, and also the world, it shows me the awesome light that will someday shine in every man, woman, and child. When we look at the horrid acts of terror upon our people by such evil men, we can only conclude that where evil abounds grace will much more abound as we read in Romans 5:20.

Such things are vast mysteries that take a lifetime, or longer, to plumb their depths; but with God being full of love and wisdom, and knowing the end from the beginning, we can rest assured that everything is well. Even though we all walk through hell and the valley of the shadow of death, all is well.

I wish I had some clear answers; but there are certain things which are veiled, and the only thing we can do is to trust our Father and continue interceding for the ones who are hurting, as we minister the breath of life and hope to those whose path crosses ours in this awesome journey of life and death.

Again, it seems impossible when we see so much evil in the world; but in due season, it is a certainty that all nations will become the Lord's and His Christ, and peace will be the core of their hearts. They presently want to kill everyone who is not of their dark mind-set; but the flame in our hearts is to give them life, and if this is not your flame, examine your hearts. And when they repent, and they know Christ's love, the world will know war no more; for their spirit will be like ours, the Spirit of the Prince of peace!

Something is happening, brethren, and we are right in the middle of it, because it's right in the middle of us, and we couldn't stop it if we wanted to! Try to stop the sun from rising in the morning. It can't be done. When the Sun arises in your hearts, you can't do a thing but radiate with the glory of God. You don't have to try to be glorious, you are simply who you are. As soon as you try to be glorious, rather than shining by nature as the Sun, your glory fades.

All Shall Walk In The Name Of Jehovah Our Elohim

"But in the last days it shall come to pass, that the mountain of the house of the LORD shall be established in the top of the mountains, and it shall be exalted above the hills; and people shall flow unto it.

"And many nations shall come, and say, Come, and let us go up to the mountain of the LORD, and to the house of the God of Jacob; and he will teach us of his ways, and we will walk in his paths: for the law shall go forth of Zion, and the word of the LORD from Jerusalem.

" And he shall judge among many people, and rebuke strong nations afar off; and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks: nation shall not lift up a sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.

"But they shall sit every man under his vine and under his fig tree; and none shall make them afraid: for the mouth of the LORD of hosts hath spoken it.

"For all people will walk every one in the name of his god, and we will walk in the name of the LORD our God for ever and ever." Micah 4:1-5.

I like verse five; but not so much one part of it as the King James version has it: "For all people will walk everyone in the name of his god..." If that section of the verse were taken out of context, it would appear that after the Kingdom of God is established in the top of the mountains, everyone is still going to walk after his own God. This could mean to some that if their god was Buddha or Mohammad that they would still be worshiping their god of choice. Could this be remotely true? Of course not! The margin of this verse reads: "All the peoples do now walk in the name of their god, but shall walk in the name of Jehovah, our Elohim for ever!"

What a difference! Sure, they are presently walking after their own gods; but when the power of this kingdom is established over all kingdoms, there is no more war. Every soul shall walk after the Living God. They worship, they are responsive, for they are enlightened to the Kingdom of God and its King. Elohim our God is then their Lord.

You see, all the days, the last days, are establishing these things in preparation for the Last Great Day. There is an end to the days. There is an end to the last days. We could look at our calendar and note that the end of the year is drawing closer by the day, and since the year is more than half spent, we would not think it a great mystery that we are living in the last days of the year 2001. The last days is the realm of time wherein we live until the last day of the year arrives. After that, there will be no more days of 2001. In a figure, everything we do in the last days, and the former days, of this year is in preparation for the future. It is in this, in the days that our future is being established, and each day has an assigned night. Each night in turn is eventually overcome by the day that dawns, and we continue on to the last day of the year. When January the first rolls around, we start over in our destined journey with more last days and nights to walk through.

The Last Day

THE LAST DAY, however, is different than the last day of a year. The last day of the year has no power to remain forever, and passes away as its sun sinks over the horizon. THE LAST DAY is an Eternal Day! The Last Day is an Everlasting Day. The Last Day is a Person! Jesus is that Day who never ends! In Him there is no darkness. In His Day there is no shadow of turning. Jesus is the first Day of our lives and He is the Last Day. He is our FIRST and our LAST! Wherever He is, there is Day. He is the Day Star (2 Peter 1:19), He is the Sun of Righteousness who dispels all darkness and comes with healing in His wings (Mal 4:2). He is not a natural day which passes away, but the eternal Day which abides forever. Wherever you find Jesus, you find the Last Day.

There is no setting of this Sun/Son when He comes as the Last Man which is the Last Day. The cycle of time ceases in the Last Day. Eternity is wrapped in it, and it is wrapped in eternity, and we are in the midst of it all.

In the first Adam, there is night and day, night and day, over and over again. This will continue in our lives until the Mountain is established and the Last Day swallows all days. Once this becomes a reality there will be no more days, only the DAY. Once this dawns in our lives, there will be no more first day, only the LAST.

"And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams" (Acts 2:17). These are things that happen in the last days. They help to establish the Last Day. These Spirit-filled manifestations have transpired over the years, and they have been wonderful. They have transformed many lives; but for the most part, we don't see much of a change in the world. It goes on today as it has for millennia. Nevertheless, every vision, each prophecy, and all the dreams have been a part of establishing something that will last forever. Once it is established on the top of the mountains, an unprecedented change will be seen in the world.

The young daughters shall prophesy. The young men shall see visions, but the poor old men shall do nothing but dream dreams. All they can do is sit around and dream. The good days of the old men are gone. The young ones will be the vanguard and go forth and conquer the kingdoms. All the old men can do is dream. Over the hill dreamers sitting in their soft easy chairs daydreaming about the past seems to be their lot in the last days. Think that if you will; but such a impotent scenario doesn't come close to the truth. No, not at all!

You see, prophecies and visions are messages given to people. They are generally delivered as promises, as warnings of impending perils, or of judgments to come. They open ever so slightly the curtain of the future, revealing fragmental glimmers of things to come. Ah, but those who dream dreams, those who are of age, those who are mature are able to bring that thing which appears not into manifestation.

"And it shall come to pass afterward, that ...your old men shall dream dreams..." (Joel 2:28). The Hebrew word for dream is chalam and means to bind firmly. To bind firmly, in this context, is to become one with that which is firm, to become solid in it, to walk in the thing to its destined end, to forever establish it on the top of the mountains, if you please.

When the Bible speaks of dreams, it generally has to do with bringing spiritual realities to men. They reveal things which have been finished in the heavens, but yet to be seen in the earth. The old dreamers may not have the zeal of the young men; but they are sound, they are firm, they are one with He who is the Last Day. And being one with that Day, all darkness flees away. They walk in that Day, and they walk as the Day -- bringing eternity to all whose lives they enlighten.

Those who are of age, not the children, not the young men, and not the young women, but those of mature age, are one mind, will, and purpose with the Father. The mature possess the Kingdom, and they establish it -- firmly. So it's not just daydreaming, or dreaming something that has no substance. These dreams have substance and will bring forth firm reality.

"...And I will show wonders in heaven above, and signs in the earth beneath; blood, and fire, and vapour of smoke" (Acts 2:18-19).

These are also in the last days -- light and darkness, good and evil. We have had good and we have had evil. Evil seems to have dominion in the world for the time being. But this dark night of the last days will surely end. Evil's miserable glory shall not prevail. "The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before that great and notable DAY of the Lord to come" (Verse 20). That great and notable day of the Lord is singular. It is the end of the last days. All these things of the last days, good and bad, must come before that great and notable Day of the Lord. And we have, without question, been in the last days most of our lives; but it is now time for those days to be over, so the Last notable and Great Day of the Lord can be not only established, but forever abide.

The last days bring blood and fire and vapor of smoke, and this is not only with buildings, cities, and nations. Let me ask, have you ever had any blood and fire and vapor of smoke rage through your lives? Indeed, you have. But praise God for those last days! For there must be a tearing down, a rooting up, a casting down, and a casting away before there can be a planting and building and establishing of that thing which will endure in that notable Last and Great Day of the Lord.

It excites me to hear the word roll like thunder that this is the Day, the single Day of the Lord which is at hand! Praise God! We are hearing the oracles of God trumpeting from deep within, not just prophetic utterances. These words are heavy, they are weighted with God's substance.

Therefore, my friends -- if we speak, let us speak as the oracles of God! Are we not in the midst of the Holy of Holies? Indeed we are! We are then the furniture within; we are the Holy things of God's temple. And when we speak, we speak the oracles of substance. Let us speak what we are. Let us speak from the substance of who we are! To speak anything else is speaking an imagination of the mind.

Moreover, do you think the sun can speak the earth? No! The sun speaks the sun. The earth speaks the earth. Let the Outer Courts speak the Outer Courts; but let the Sun speak the Sun; let the Holy of Holies speak the Holy of Holies. Let the oracles of God speak the oracles of God and be established in this earth. And lastly, let that Last Day speak and forever be The Last Day!

Brethren, there are no more days after the Last Day! How can there be anymore days once the Last Day is here? There is a first and a last! Jesus was the first, and He is the last! He was first the Author of our faith, and lastly He is the Finisher of it, and the increase of His government and peace there shall be no end. The sun will not set on this Kingdom, as it has set on every kingdom of the world, and is certainly setting on them all today. How long the weeping of their night might endure, only God knows. But when Jesus arises as the Day Star in their hearts -- they too will know the Day.

Jesus was also the first Adam and he was the last Adam. He wasn't the Adam in the garden; but He was clothed with the natural body of the first Adam when He was planted in the cradling womb of Mary. And He is now the last Adam.

How can there be another man? There's nothing greater, there's nothing beyond Him. He was the very embodiment and purpose of God, and we are a part of that last embodiment, the last man, with whom we are now rising as the Sun. It is this, the Last Day, in which the oracles of God are established. The Last Day never dims or vanishes away, and neither does the Last Man -- He abides corporately forever drawing and raising alive everyone its rays shines upon, awakening them from their deep sleep.

The Resurrection

"Martha said unto Him, I know that he shall rise again in the resurrection at the LAST DAY" (John 11:24). She must have heard, at least in a small way, what Jesus had been saying, otherwise, it is doubtful that she would have known much about the resurrection. Although she believed there would be a resurrection, she, like most, saw it as a "when" rather than a "Who." Jesus said, "I AM THE RESURRECTION, and the life: he that believeth in Me, though he were dead, yet shall he live" (John 11:25). He is the Resurrection, He is he Last Day! If the resurrection is to be a "when" it is when the Last Day of Jesus dawns upon their last days.

We've been resurrected within, this we know. Not in its full manifestation, for that is evident. We do not yet see our earthy bodies having been swallowed by our heavenly ones. Nevertheless, we have risen in Christ, and He has risen in us. We sit with Him at the right hand of the Father. We sit above all heavens with Him. And as this dawns upon our understanding, we reign over all the heavens and the earth. That is the stamp of the Last Day.

There is a resurrection for all who the Last Day's quickening rays shine upon, and be sure to know, it is not just for a select few. It is for the whole world! The whole world will stand in the light of the Last Day. And who is going to bring that Last Day? Hello "Last Days!" I say Last Days in the sense that there are more than one in the Body of Christ; but in Him there is only one. Remember, Paul said that he who is joined to the Lord is one spirit (1 Cor 6:17). Praise God! Come on, brethren, and let us shine in the fullness with the Last Day as He shines in us!

Whoever awakens to the Last Day shall be resurrected, and he who is cast into the Lake of Fire shall find life! Read Revelation 21:1-5 and see that this is so; for there is no more death after the Lake of Fire. All who are cast into it have found life when the flames no longer have fuel to consume.

Is there, now, any difference between the Lake of Fire in the Last Day? If you equate the lake of fire with hell, you will see a vast difference; but please know the two are not remotely the same. The only time hell and the lake of fire are mentioned together is when hell is cast into the lake, and hell is destroyed by its consuming god-fire, i.e. brimstone.

Again, Is there any difference in the Lake of Fire and the Last Day? I don't see any difference. It is just a difference in terminology. The flames of the lake will bring repentance, confession, and transformation. There will be no more tears, no more sorrow, no more death -- all things will be made new! Again, hello Last Day, hello Lake of Fire -- all of you who are joined to the Lord!

Isn't it good to be last? When we are last, it is manifestly finished, and we shine with Christ as the First Day for the world. This Last Day/Man will continue on, and the increase of that man and government there shall be no end.

The Seven Last Plagues

There is something else that is last. There are seven of them -- plagues. They are the last seven plagues mentioned in the book of Revelation. What a promising word! They are full of the wrath (thumos -- passion) of God (Rev 15:1). If we will notice, these plagues are poured out on men, upon flesh. Everything which is carnal will be subjected to the plagues.

It appears that seven plagues, seven days, seven colors of the light spectrum, making up the Last Day, and it swallows every dark thing in its path. It is like a tidal wave of fire sweeping over the earth. There is nothing but stubble left in its wake; but afterwards, when you as rain descend from Heaven, up comes the myrtle tree, up comes the fir tree, up comes the box tree, up comes every living seed. Oh praise God!

I have written before that seven is very significant in the economy of God; but permit me to mention it again. It is the most frequently used number in the Bible. The Hebrew word for seven is (1)sheba'. From it is shaba', meaning, "to be complete... to seven oneself, i.e. swear (as if by repeating a declaration seven times)" (Strong's Exh. Conc.) Seven speaks of fullness, completion, perfection. Nothing can be added to or taken from it without it becoming marred. Being a prime number makes it divisible only by itself. The word shabath is derived from shaba', and means to cease, desist, REST, and from this word comes Shabbath, a DAY OF REST. Therefore, seven/sheba'/shabbath speaks of a completed work wherein rest is found.

It is Seven that stamps spiritual perfection and completion to the things it is connected. With time it tells of the sabbath, and marks off the week of seven days. Seven completes the colors of the spectrum (the rainbow). Seven also satisfies in music the notes of the scale, with the eighth merely being a repetition of the first.

It is said that every cell of the human body is replaced every seven years, yet each replacement is inferior to the one it replaces. This inferiority, of course, is due to Adam's genetic code of death in all creation. Regardless of how many vitamins we take, or how convincing we confess otherwise, the aging process marches ever onward. Down to the smallest atom, they are all embossed with the same genetic code of death.

We find shaba' in Genesis 21:31, "Wherefore he called that place Beersheba; because there they sware (shaba) both of them." This oath of Abraham to Abimelech was based upon the seven ewe lambs which were set aside (vrs. 28-30). This points to the idea of satisfaction and fullness in the oath. It was the security, satisfaction, and fulness of the obligation, or completeness of the bond, which caused the same word to be used for both the number seven and an oath; and so it is written, " oath for confirmation is an end of all strife" (Heb. 6:16).

Seven, as pertaining to fulness, can also be seen in the scriptures in conjunction with sin: An unclean spirit, upon finding the backslider empty, swept and garnished, brought back seven spirits worse than himself, and they entered him (Mat 12:45). Mary Magdalene had seven spirits cast out of her (Luke 8:2). Knowing the significance of this number, and that it was commonly used in the ancient Greek and Hebrew to express fullness, we can see that it was not speaking specifically of seven spirits in either of these two cases. With the backslider, Jesus was merely using an analogy to show the fullness of sin that would come upon Israel. The seven spirits cast out of Mary, the harlot, indicated the ultimate depth to which she had fallen, and in the midst of that unfathomable depth she was forgiven, delivered, and lifted into life by Jesus. Using her as a type of the Church would be speaking of her destiny in the fullness of sin, but eventually delivered.

Whether referring to good or evil, holy or unholy, pure or profane, the number seven in scripture carries the thought of fullness, completion, totality, satisfaction. Such tremendous insights can be held when the light of the Last Day shines upon God's eternal mysteries!

We see seven churches listed in the book of Revelation, and how it speaks of the birth, growth, death of the one church (Rev 3:1), and her resurrection as a whole. It deals with her shortcomings and lack as well as her complete victory and fullness in Christ. After the seven judgments of seals, trumpets, angels, etc., and the seven Spirits which minister life, new Jerusalem comes in full manifested glory from the heavens.

The impact of seven when applied to God's creation is profound. It brings completion/fullness/perfection to everything with which it is associated. Thus the seven LAST plagues destroy everything precious to man, even as the Lake of Fire destroys carnal wood, hay, and stubble.

There is a mystery that has been unfolding in the saints, the mystery that it is finished. Even this Last Day is finished. Although we do not see it in its full manifestation, it is finished, and we are awakening to it.

Is it so difficult to believe it is finished? Can we not believe what is written in Genesis 2:1, that God finished all of His works, and the Hosts of the Heavens and earth and everything that is in them? Do we really believe He finished it, completed all the days, and created it all in Christ Jesus, as it is written in Colossians 1:16? It was all made complete in Him, and Jesus being the first and the last takes in that Last Day as well as all the other days. In Him they are swallowed up. And please know, that day which has already been created is swallowing us alive. This is the season, the hour, the time for it to start pulling us into it and establishing us in the Kingdom of God, in that Last Day wherein all things are made new.

Brethren, it is high time for the dispensation of the fullness of times to dawn. It's time for all those times of good and evil to be rolled up. Days and nights are swiftly drawing to a close, as they are consumed by the Last Day. "That in the dispensation of the fullness of times He might gather together all things in Christ..." (Eph 1:10). Things in the heavens, things in the earth -- all things are to be gathered together in Christ at the administration of the fullness of the times -- the Last Day.

In the dispensing of that administration, all darkness will flee at the brightness of His coming. There will never be darkness after that. The effulgent glory of that day will dispel the need for the shining of the sun and the reflecting of the moon. Man's glory will vanish and shine no more. "And the city had no need of the sun, neither of the moon, to shine in it: for the glory of God did lighten it, and the Lamb is the light thereof" (Rev 21:23).

The last days of men will find their demise. There will be no place for them. There will be no more time. Although time is still passing on in dim review, it is becoming less relevant to those who are being touched by eternity. To them, time is being swallowed by the Eternal Last Day, as John wrote in the book of revelation. "And sware by Him that liveth for ever and ever, who created heaven, and the things that therein are, and the earth, and the things that therein are, and the sea, and the things which are therein, that there should be time no longer" (Rev 10:6).

That Last Day is breaking forth upon the end of our last days, and we are embracing its warming rays. Those things which were finished from the foundation of the world, and have been in the process of being established in the earth on the top of the mountains will at last be manifested for every eye to see. And all the nations shall say, "Let us go to that Kingdom. Let us go to the Lord. Let us confess in loving adoration the Lord Jesus." They will say and do that because this Day will have swallowed up all the last days of darkness, and there will be no more war, ever! Praise God!

Elwin R. Roach


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1. sheba': a prime cardinal number; seven (as the sacred full one); also (adv.) seven extension an indefinite number (Strong's #7651)