Feb 10, 2013 (Audio) Who is being unfair? re: UFO Motherships

Joe 2:11-14 Adonai shouts orders to his forces — his army is immense, mighty, and it does what he says. For great is the Day of Adonai, fearsome, terrifying! Who can endure it? “Yet even now,” says Adonai, “turn to me with all your heart, with fasting, weeping and lamenting.” Tear your heart, not your garments; and turn to Adonai your God. For he is merciful and compassionate, slow to anger, rich in grace, and willing to change his mind about disaster. Who knows? He may turn, change his mind and leave a blessing behind him, [enough for] grain offerings and drink offerings to present to Adonai your God.

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The Lord is ministering words to me, about the Mothership UFO situation, He said that His judgments are Just, the Law of YHVH Yeshua is Holy, His judgments and His wrath are Just. He said that the Enemy will be attacking people, humans, He just spoke that to me just now. I’m going to continue to wait on Him.

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The Lord is telling me that the disobedient and the wicked think that the Lord is being unfair. But the ways of YHVH Yeshua are Holy, all His ways are Just and True.

Is it fair to allow crime to go unpunished?
Is it fair to murder the innocent?
Is it fair to commit atrocities and blasphemies all in the name of gain and selfishness, pride…is that fair?

YHVH Yeshua has these things against you and much, much more.

MY WRATH IS COMING SOON SAYS THE LORD. TURN AND RUN FROM EVIL. DO IT NOW BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE. SEEK ME NOW WHILE THERE IS STILL TIME. PERHAPS I WILL RELENT OF THE EVIL.

Scriptural Reference:

Complete Jewish Bible

Eze 18:4 Look, all lives belong to me — both the parent’s life and the child’s life are equally mine — so it is the person who sins, himself, who must die.
Eze 18:5 “Consider someone who is righteous, who does what is lawful and right.
Eze 18:6 He doesn’t eat on the mountains or raise his eyes toward the idols of the house of Isra’el; he doesn’t defile his neighbor’s wife or touch a woman during her time of menstrual impurity;
Eze 18:7 he doesn’t wrong anyone; he returns any pledged property a debtor has given as collateral for a loan; he takes nothing by robbery, but gives his food to the hungry and clothing to those who need it;
Eze 18:8 he neither demands nor accepts interest on a loan; he refrains from what is evil; and he judges honestly between one person and another.
Eze 18:9 In short, he lives according to my laws and observes my rulings, so as to act faithfully. Such a person is righteous, and he will certainly live,” says Adonai Elohim.
Eze 18:10 “Now suppose he is the father of a son who is a robber, a murderer, or who does any of these things to a brother —
Eze 18:11 whereas the father himself does none of them. He eats on the mountains, defiles his neighbor’s wife,
Eze 18:12 wrongs the poor and needy, takes by robbery, doesn’t restore pledged property, raises his eyes toward the idols, engages in disgusting practices,
Eze 18:13 demands and accepts interest. Should he live? He will not live, because he has engaged in all these disgusting practices — he must be put to death; his blood is on him.
Eze 18:14 “But now suppose he has a son who sees all the sins his father committed, thinks about them, and behaves differently.
Eze 18:15 He doesn’t eat on the mountains, raise his eyes to the idols of the house of Isra’el, defile his neighbor’s wife,
Eze 18:16 wrong others, keep pledged property or take by robbery, but gives his food to the hungry and clothing to those in need of it;
Eze 18:17 he refrains from oppressing the poor; and he neither demands nor accepts interest. He obeys my rulings and lives according to my laws. So he will not die for his father’s sins but will certainly live.
Eze 18:18 Yet his father, because he oppressed so cruelly, committed robbery against his brother and never did anything good among his people — he will die for his sins.
Eze 18:19 “You ask, ‘Why doesn’t the son bear his father’s guilt?’ When the son has done what is lawful and right, has kept all my laws and obeyed them, he will certainly live.
Eze 18:20 The person who sins is the one that will die — a son is not to bear his father’s guilt with him, nor is the father to bear his son’s guilt with him; but the righteousness of the righteous will be his own, and the wickedness of the wicked will be his own.
Eze 18:21 “However, if the wicked person repents of all the sins he committed, keeps my laws and does what is lawful and right; then he will certainly live, he will not die.
Eze 18:22 None of the transgressions he has committed will be remembered against him; for the righteousness that he has done, he will live.
Eze 18:23 Do I take any pleasure at all in having the wicked person die?” asks Adonai Elohim. “Wouldn’t I prefer that he turn from his ways and live?
Eze 18:24 “On the other hand, when the righteous person turns away from his righteousness and commits wickedness by acting in accordance with all the disgusting practices that the wicked person does, will he live? None of the righteous deeds he has done will be remembered; for the trespasses and sins he has committed, he will die.
Eze 18:25 “So now you say, ‘Adonai’s way isn’t fair.’ Listen, house of Isra’el! Is it my way that is unfair? or your ways that are unfair?
Eze 18:26 When the righteous person turns away from his righteousness and commits wickedness, he will die for it — for the wickedness he commits he will die.
Eze 18:27 And when the wicked person turns away from all the wickedness he has committed and does what is lawful and right, he will save his life.
Eze 18:28 Because he thinks it over and repents of all the transgressions he committed, he will certainly live, not die.
Eze 18:29 Yet the house of Isra’el says, ‘Adonai’s way isn’t fair.’ House of Isra’el, is it my ways that are unfair, or your ways that are unfair?
Eze 18:30 Therefore, house of Isra’el, I will judge each of you according to his ways,” says Adonai Elohim. “Repent, and turn yourselves away from all your transgressions, so that they will not be a stumbling block that brings guilt upon you.
Eze 18:31 Throw far away from yourselves all your crimes that you committed, and make yourselves a new heart and a new spirit; for why should you die, house of Isra’el?
Eze 18:32 I take no pleasure in the death of anyone who dies,” says Adonai Elohim, “so turn yourselves around, and live!

4 thoughts on “Feb 10, 2013 (Audio) Who is being unfair? re: UFO Motherships

  1. Interesting. So now its all fake. I am feeling like they put this stuff out for us to grab and run with. Meteors fake or not…not important. Aliens are demons and they are not fake…but would LOVE for us to think they are. Don’t fall for that one …please! Many blessings and love.

    Sharon

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