He Is the Savior  


Isaiah 45:20-23
“Look unto me, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth: for I am God, and there is none else,” Isaiah 45:22.
God speaks through Isaiah: gather all the nations which worship dead gods. Sticks, stones, dirt, metal—you name it, man worships it. Lost man worships the creation for security rather than the Creator. Gather yourselves together. Give it your best shot; put all your strength together. Let the earth rumble with your war machines. Bring it on!
In Ezekiel 38; 39, the armies of Satan are oblivious to the fact that God is actually drawing them together into one monster battle, a showdown to prove who the God of the universe really is—all-powerful, all-knowing, everywhere present, eternal God. Like Elijah’s square off on Carmel, He will show His arm of salvation to His people and put hooks in His enemies’ jaws. Then, the mountains of Israel will explode into volcanic ash under their feet; the blood of the earth will flow to the horses bits, and the enemies’ eyes will melt in their sockets.
At that time, none of His enemies will need a telegram saying, “I am God and there is no other. I alone am salvation. What is your problem down there?” He has already delivered His telegram and offered pardon to all who would believe that He sent His only begotten Son to suffer and save sinners. The saddest part of this whole scenario is the fact that lost men with their no-gods hide in the caves and beg the mountains to fall on them and separate them from the source of all this judgment on the ungodly.
They know where the judgment is coming from and still refuse to repent. Hell is full of ungodly pride. Pride is Satan’s favorite forté.

JUST SAYING
I suspect any person wacky enough to attack his own Creator probably deserves what he gets. God makes it clear that man’s rejection of His Son breaks His heart.
Robert Brock

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