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  • Writer's pictureArdith Arnelle `Price

Roar of God

In Jeremiah 25:25, NIV, “The Lord will roar from on high; he will thunder from his holy dwelling and roar mightily against his land. He will shout like those who tread the grapes against all who live on the earth.”

This prophecy statement is for the end-time after the “catching up” of the Saints from the earth. God’s sound is soft and pleasing, but there will come a time at the end of times when the wrath of God will come, and all the universe will hear and see HIM.

The Hebrews wanted to worship God at Mt. Horeb and wanted to hear God rather than Moses. So God stepped down to speak, and the children ran because the Majesty of God’s voice was more than they could stand with their unbelieving hearts and ears. (Ex 20:18-19, NIV) “When the people saw the thunder and lightning and heard the trumpet and saw the mountain in smoke, they trembled with fear. They stayed distant and told Moses, Speak to us yourself, and we will listen. But do not have God speak to us, or we will die.”

The trumpet sounded (God’s Voice) like nothing we can imagine or even think to hear coming from the mountain along with the fire. The people were afraid and ran with fear. They asked Moses to speak to them and not God, for the people worried that death would come upon them. Why would they think death would come? Because their hearts were still not right with God. Many of those original Hebrews were from many nationalities and countries. They came to know God when the plagues came upon Egypt. Therefore, when it came time to migrate away from the wicked Pharaoh, Moses asked all who wanted to leave to pack their belongings and travel with them. They took on the Hebrew title once they left the land of Egypt. These were the ones who lived among the Hebrews and had already acknowledged the customs, but they were idol worshipers.

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