Only Evil All the Time

Posted: August 7, 2016 in end times, spiritual conspiracy
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“The LORD saw how great the wickedness of the human race had become on the earth, and that every inclination of the thoughts of the human heart was only evil all the time.” Genesis 6:5 (NIV)

One unique aspect of the Bible that other holy books can’t match is the number of prophecies it contains. When I read the headlines every day, this verse from Genesis 6 comes to my mind, and it’s truer all the time. Sadly, as bad as things are now, it’s only going to get worse once the Tribulation period begins–and that will be very soon, I believe.

This video does a good job of linking together current headlines to show the various problems facing our world and how it all appears to be escalating and building up to something huge (the Rapture and Tribulation). I don’t know much about the author so don’t take this as a blanket endorsement for this YouTube channel, but I like the way he starts stringing together current headlines (about 5 minutes in) and lets them speak for themselves.

Something big is certainly on the horizon, and I believe I’ll see biblical prophecy fulfilled in my lifetime.

“As in the days of Noah” refers to Matthew 24:37 (NIV), “As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man.”

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  1. Dawn V. Cahill says:

    Disturbing, frightening, convicting. Are we ready for the Lord’s return?

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    • What amazed (horrified?) me was how these were all from just the last few months. Not only the evilness of man, but the weird weather phenomena and other oddities going on. It’d definitely like the world’s birth pangs are getting stronger and closer together. It’s not going to be much longer.

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  2. To add context, this refers to the people before God sent the flood.

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    • Yes, the original statement was made concerning those who lived right before the Flood. It’s mirrored in Jeremiah 17:9 as well, ” The heart is deceitful above all things and beyond cure. Who can understand it?” So I guess the Flood didn’t eradicate evil from our hearts.

      I should have put in a reference for the “as in the days of Noah,” but I forgot (will do that now). Matthew 24:37 ” As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man.”

      Although, some people believe the wickedness spoken of in Genesis 6:5 was referring to the Nephilim (angel/human half-breeds), and one guy I saw theorized that Jesus’ words about it being “as in the days of Noah” meant the Nephilim would return to the earth. I think there’s sufficient evidence that we humans have a lot of wickedness in our nature to have caused that original like in Genesis. But it is a possibility the Flood might have been used to wipe out the Nephilim.

      I’ve only touched the tip of the Nephilim iceberg in my research, so I’m not saying one way or the other. 🙂

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