Are You Being Called by God to be a Watchman for the Disaster Ahead? Will You Go Against the Crowd and Obey Your Calling no Matter What the Cost Might be?
In the summer of 2021, in the midst of the rollout of the deadly COVID-19 injections, I wrote and published an article based on the teachings of the Prophet Jeremiah who lived in Jerusalem just prior to it being destroyed by the military forces of Babylon, showing how the United States of America has now descended into the same moral abyss that was the state of Israel and Jerusalem in 586 B.C. when God destroyed the Temple and the city of Jerusalem, where most of the people perished, resorting to cannibalism in the last days just trying to stay alive. Jeremiah was unique in the city of Jerusalem in those days, because he was the only one warning the people that God's judgment was imminent, and that total destruction was in their immediate future, while all the other religious leaders and prophets were saying the opposite, that God would deliver them from their enemies, because they thought that they were the "chosen people." Another man who was warning the people during the same time period about the imminent destruction and mass deaths that were about to happen in Jerusalem, was Ezekiel, who was a priest and a prophet. He had already been captured as a prisoner of war from Jerusalem and was carried away to Babylon, where he was warning the people about what was about to take place back in the "homeland." Since he was receiving the Word of God, his message was almost identical to that of Jeremiah's, but it was, by far, the minority voice, because the people preferred to believe the false prophets instead, who were not listening to the Word of God, and instead were trying to encourage everyone that they were the "chosen people" and had nothing to fear, because God was going to come to their aid and rescue them. The message Jeremiah and Ezekiel were preaching was not popular, but it was true. Everything they said was going to happen with the destruction of Jerusalem and the massacre of the people came true, as the false prophets and all of their followers died very painful deaths, as the city was surrounded and cut off from any supplies, and the people who were not killed by the sword died from famine, resorting to cannibalism in the last days. But perhaps the most serious warning that Ezekiel told to the people of his day just before the destruction of Jerusalem and the massacre that was about to take place, was addressed not to those who did not believe the Word of God, but to those who did, and yet failed to obey it.