Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

To the Editor:

Wake up America, Bible prophecy is being fulfilled before our eyes.
Whether you like President Trump or not, he has already fulfilled one of the last prophecies in the Bible prior to Jesus' return. Moving the U.S. Embassy in Israel back to Jerusalem and recognizing Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel is one of the prophecies that must be fulfilled. No other president in history had done this.
We haven't seen nothing yet. What the world is experiencing right now is just the tip of the iceberg.
Just in case anyone wonders where I stand: The seven-year tribulation will be worse by far than anything anyone could imagine. If you think this is our last pandemic or "natural" disaster, you are sadly mistaken. Red the book of Revelation.
As a Christian, I've heard about the corruption and debauchery of the end-times most of my life. It appears the book of Revelation is unfolding right before us. We shouldn't be shocked either, given the state of immorality in our world.
Every day the boundaries of sin seemed to be pushed further and further.
The line between right and wrong has slowly been erased by society, iPads, online schooling, television and pop culture. Witchcraft, spiritualism, and "New Age" belief systems are being celebrated and exalted, even among some professing to be Christians.
We have been removed further from the world God created and intended. We need to take the time to re-evaluate ourselves. We need to prepare and repent. Jesus will return just as His word tell us. This is a huge wake-up call, and I am taking it seriously. I want to go Home to my Father when my time is up.
Until the Lord calls me away from this world to the next, I want to make it clear that I believe in Jesus Christ as the true Lord and Savior. I believe that Jesus is the Son of God, was sacrificed on the cross, died for our sins, and rose again.
He loves us dearly (far more than we deserve) and forgives our sins if we repent. His word says "whoever believes in Me, will not perish but have everlasting life."
Praying for each and everyone of you.

Veronica VanKeulen
Minneota, MN

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