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Originally posted by kyle43
BUT from the people I have personally talked to, they do take into consideration that the world is coming to a close EVERY DAY. I was actually pretty shocked to here that coming from a person that: has no knowledge of secret societies, plots to conspire against the mass population, astronomy, ect ect.
The lady I talked to said she wasn't scared as much as anxious. She told me why they should bust their asses even harder when all these signs of revelation are coming true.
Day of wrath, that day
Will dissolve the Earth in ashes
As David and the Sibyl bear witness.
What dread there will be
When the Judge shall come
To judge all things strictly.
A trumpet, spreading a wondrous sound
Through the graves of all lands,
Will drive mankind before the throne.
Death and Nature shall be astonished
When all creation rises again
To answer to the Judge.
A book, written in, will be brought forth
In which is contained everything that is,
Out of which the world shall be judged.
When therefore the Judge takes His seat
Whatever is hidden will reveal itself.
Nothing will remain unavenged.
What then shall I say, wretch that I am,
What advocate entreat to speak for me,
When even the saints may hardly be secure?
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