In 1969, John Fogerty and Creedance Clearwater Revival wrote and produced a song which many believe depicts the end of time. The title of the song is “Bad Moon Rising.” "Bad Moon Rising" has come to mean when something bad in the foreseeable future is about to happen. John Fogerty explained in a Rolling Stone magizine article, that the lyrics were inspired by a movie called The Devil And Daniel Webster, in which a hurricane wipes out most of a town. This is where he got the idea for the words “I feel the hurricane blowin’, I hope you’re quite prepared to die.” Overall, he said the song is about the “apocalypse that was going to be visited upon us.”
In Revelation 16 we see God’s last judgment, “And I heard a great voice out of the temple saying to the seven angels, Go your ways, and pour out the vials of the wrath of God upon the earth. “ (v.1) The wrath of God is poured out upon this earth in seven bowls of judgment. With the pouring out of each bowl, the heat of God’s fury is intensified and the force of God’s judgment is magnified.
Join host and Bible teacher James R. Rice as he expounds Revelation 16.
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