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A Kingdom Has Fallen

A Kingdom Has Fallen

We are looking at the demise of the Northern Kingdom.  From the earliest recording we know that there are those that scoffed at God and His promises.  As Christians we often wonder “why doesn’t God do something?”  He is, but by his time not ours.

In 2 Peter verse 8 we know that Gods relationship to time is different than ours, a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years like a day.  We are governed by time, God is not.

God is ever present, but his patience and long suffering will come to an end.  God is not slow or tardy, he waits.  He will fulfill his promises as sees fit.  He will delay his justice so that he can accomplish his purpose.  He may be waiting but he is not passive, he has a purpose.

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