Jesus The Prophet:

Towards the end of Jesus’ ministry on earth He made certain prophetic declarations and judgements over Israel. He spoke to a generation of people who were obstinate in their ways, even charging “the blood of righteous Abel to the blood of Zechariah” against them.  It is notable that God does not forget and will avenge the persecution and death of those who love Him. 

Charged to Their Generation.

Jesus released a generational curse upon a generation of people who had persecuted and killed His servants. Jesus preached, declaring seven woes to the Scribes and Pharisees in Matthew 23. Jesus  spoke to those who sat on Moses seat, but were nothing like Moses.

 “For they preach, but do not practice. They tie up heavy burdens, hard to bear and lay them on people’s shoulders, but they themselves are not willing to move them with a finger.” Jesus said this to the religious  scribes admonishing them harshly with His words.  

The Voice of Jesus Today.

The audience Jesus spoke to at that time was Israel and He  made further prophesies  about future events, however, let us not resolve in our hearts that God is not speaking to us today.  God is speaking today. He speaks through His Word and by the Holy Spirit.  

The Word of God is enduring, it speaks to every generation. It is left for the  followers  of Jesus to heed the Word of God and take note of the signs He uses to send strong messages and signals.  

God’s Choice of Instrument.

This whole earth belongs to Almighty God  and it is well within His power to use any instrument of His choice to bring about discipline and correction. The instrument God uses is to bring about rebuke and change to a people who refuse to change… 

©️Ruth Dickson

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