Yes corruption soon will come to an end. How? By means of God's kingdom, the same kingdom that millions have been praying for when they recite the Lord's prayer or also know as the Our Father prayer. Jesus taught his followers to pray for this kingdom in Matthew 6:10 - "Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth." King James version
When someone asks for God's kingdom to come they are asking for it to literally put his government into effect here on earth. The bible teaches that God's kingdom with Jesus as it's king will be able to put an end to corruption by eliminating the main three causes of corruption.
1.) The influence of Sin- We all battle sinful tendencies which causes even those with the best intentions to make mistakes or act in a selfish way. When God's Kingdom arrives he will progressively remove all traces of sin from those who desire to do what is right and exercise faith in the ransom sacrifice of Jesus Christ. John 3:16 - “God loved the world so much that he gave his only-begotten Son, in order that everyone exercising faith in him might not be destroyed but have everlasting life.”
2.) Will remove the wicked people and their influence - There are those who intentionally like to do whats wrong. The bible shows that God's kingdom will do away with all those who want to stubbornly do what is wrong. Psalms 37:34- "“Hope in Jehovah and keep his way . . . When the wicked ones are cut off, you will see it.”
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Never. This world will descend into what the Bible described as "wailing and gnashing." Wailing is crying and sorrow. Gnashing is anger and violence. These are two of the faces of ego.
God will win and there will be peace on Earth for a thousand years, but ego is a pernicious little snot. I can feel him even now, squirming under the light of Truth.
Those who vanquish ego will have a chance to return to Heaven. As Jesus said, the first (egotistical) shall be last (left out in the cold), and the last (humble) shall be first.
by graceinus 5 years ago
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