The Judges: The King Is
Coming To Reign Among Us
“Because there was no king in Israel, the people did that which was right in their own eyes.”
In the final teaching in the series on the Book of the Judges, Michael Rood takes us into the future of Israel. Although Israel always had a King, because he was not personally present in body, the people did whatever they thought right. That led to the desecration of the priesthood, outright sexual perversion, and the debauchery heretofore associated only with the heathen.
So it is in “churchianity” and most of the Messianic Jewish world today — the King is not personally present. Although we know how it is going to be when he rules the earth with a rod of iron in the millennium of his reign, everyone seems to feel completely comfortable with ignoring those rules today in favor of their man-made, denominational rules.
One day, everyone doing as they please will no longer be an option. Great tribulation is coming to separate the posers from the remnant — those strong in the meat of the word from those nursing on the milk 20 years after their birth — the warriors from the wussies. When the brimstone hits the fan, the tares will be burned and those gathering them into their “mega-barns” will run for cover… The King is coming!