I wondering what exactly is being talked about here and the last day the Lords house will be the highest mountain of them all, if its in the physical or if some other metaphor for this. We see that people will no longer fight against each other but looks like will try to seek God. Everyone will like in peace and prosperity, this would be great and sounds like the Mrs America or something . Just be some great if everybody followed God, and obeyed his will and this would truly happen but we have our own agendas and we long for ourselves over God.
I like 5, says that nations around us will follow there idols, we will follow the Lord our God forever. Sort of like our world but instead of having nations if you were to say just people and that people around us may not do whats right and maybe its idols (in some way shape or form) or something else but we will follow God.
We see late here the consequences for their actions and not obeying Gods Word like they stated early in the book. We get consequences for not doing whats right and this is sort of like a time out for them, going to send you away and excel you and well hopefully you will think what you have done and when i let you come back you will do better.
Post by Pastor Dustin on Aug 19, 2016 13:13:16 GMT
These verses seem to be a prediction of the last days when Christ returns back to earth. So this prophecy has not yet happened. People will worship Christ as he sets up his church on a rock. Nations will have peace with each other. In general more people will turn to Jesus and His ways.
But there also seems like there will be resistence to Jesus and His people too. Some groups will want to see God's people fail or lose. But in the end the people against Jesus will lose and God's people will win.