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The Wrath of God -- Round Three

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100 Days of Preaching the Gospel #90 | with Daniel Whyte III

SCRIPTURE: Revelation 16:1-11

We are currently in the middle of a series of messages on the end times and the second coming of Christ. So far, we have covered the Rapture, when Christ takes all believers from the earth and brings them to Heaven to be with Him forever. We also looked at the coming of the antichrist who is empowered by Satan and who sets up his worldwide kingdom on earth. And then, we began looking at the tribulation -- a seven-year-long period of judgment wherein God punishes those who remain on the earth for their defiance and rejection of Him. 

Today, we are going to begin looking at the final phase of judgment -- that is the seven vial judgments or the seven bowl judgments. These judgments are the most severe out of all the judgments poured out on earth. One of my points in sharing this message with you is to warn you that you don't want to be left behind for the wrath of God on this earth. You need to be saved today and I will show you how to do that in a few minutes. Right now, very briefly, let's look at the first five of these judgments:

1. The first vial judgment brings painful sores on all those who have pledged allegiance to the antichrist.

2. The second vial judgment turns all of the sea to blood and kills every living thing in the sea.

3. The third vial judgment turns all of the rivers and fresh water to blood making them undrinkable

4. The fourth vial judgment causes scorching heat to come from the sun and burn mankind.

5. The fifth vial judgment strikes the kingdom of the antichrist with utter darkness.

+ Plus, listen to Regina Belle singing "God is Good" and Deitrick Haddon singing "Sinner's Prayer"

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