The Lord knows them that are His

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Revelation 7:1-10

Let us read a passage in the book of Revelation, which will keep us in mind of the twelve tribes whose story has occupied us so long—

Revelation 7:1

The most volatile powers of nature are under God’s control, and though they are also the most powerful and destructive, yet his angelic messengers have them as thoroughly under control as though they were horses restrained by bit and bridle. God has many servants, and therefore no quarter of the universe shall suffer because there are no agents to protect it. Go where we may, the sacred body-guard shall attend us.

Revelation 7:2, 3

Not a ripple ruffled the waters, not a leaf stirred on the trees, till leave was given to the winds to blow. Evils are impotent till the Lord lets them loose. No child of God need fear the terrible years to come, for until all…

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Author: Lisa the Infidel

I am an #Infidel - born and bred North Carolina.

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