It shall get much worse before it gets better.
What is your belief on this matter?
I believe in order for anything to getting better you must go through some type of pain or struggle. Which in return allows you to appreciate as well as respect when you have obtained that which you have obtained. A struggle isn't always necessary, but some of us need to experience it as a reminder.
Vonda G. Nelson
Thanks for your comment.It had substance.
According to "Prophecy" The World should prepare itself.
Both sinner and sant.
It all depends on whether you look at the glass half full or half empty. It doesn't always have to get worse to get better. As long as you have faith that God will give you peace in the hard times, you will be the optimistic one will you not? That is not to say our faith won't ever be put to the test. You cannot even hope for the worst when you say you have faith. That would make you a hypocrite.
As for the happenings in the world, as long as you don't trouble yourself in them, you do not have to fear things getting worse, right?
We find in the Word of God, that the Apostles were content in their sufferings. The question here, really, is: "Will the world get worse before it gets better?" That answer is found in the four Gospels Matthew, Mark, Luke and John...as well as Revelation also. This must come to pass, and why? Simple, really:
God is allowing mankind to try and do things on their own, without Him per se. Why? So that He can show us (through our own demise) that without Him, we can do absolutely nothing! We need Him in ALL that we do, Amen?
In conclusion, will things get worse before they get better? Yes! Absolutely! But as God told Paul when Paul asked God to remove the thorn from his flesh, God answered and said, "...For in your weakness, my strength is known." Glory to God!!!
Probably so. But after the much worse.... it will be SOOOOOO much better.
Perhaps it should be mentioned that if as bad as things are now people are still attached to their pet failings let alone the open assaults people commit on each other. It therefore may be necessary to reduce the nature of every day living such that doing the right thing becomes a matter of life or death even if the designation of which action leads to what reaction isn't given. According to the record this format of existence may very well come to pass.
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