When we trust and obey God, we are delivered from the adverse result that comes from walking in sin. God’s purpose in all things is to rescue, honor, and satisfy His people with the final outcome of a fully completed salvation, despite all that threatens the soul.
Because of the Lord’s providential care, those faithful to Him will overcome all manner of adversity. If difficulty comes into our lives, God has authorized it, and we can trust that it is for our best. His ministering spirits see to our care and protection.
Even in the face of death, we can know that we are in God’s hand, and He has our best interest at heart.
God is the Deliverer who overcomes evil with good. It is the unyielding faithfulness of the Lord Himself that creates this protective environment for those who abide in His care.
The Lord is the Living God of proven protection and sure strength upon whom the faithful may fully lean.
The faithful believers in Thyatira are instructed to persevere and are promised favor with God and a position of authority.
Jesus explains that He gave the woman whom He calls Jezebel the chance to repent, but since she refused, He will deal with her accordingly, as He will with all of us when we are judged for our actions.
Jesus corrects the church in Thyatira for how they have allowed “the woman Jezebel” to lead believers into sinful acts that lead away from trust in God and deeds of faith.
Jesus, the one who will slay the wicked, greets the church in Thyatira and commends them for their continuance in faith and good works.
The Vision of the Ram and the Goat Explained: A king will come from one of these Greek kingdoms. He will be deceptive, crafty, powerful, and will destroy many men, including many Israelites. He will defy God and glorify himself as God. The prophecy is true that he will halt the temple sacrifices, but he will ultimately be killed. This prophecy concerns both Antiochus Epiphanes and the antichrist in the end times. Daniel is sick for many days, and still does not fully understand what he saw.