Monday, August 19, 2013

Another question just popped into my mind. If age 20 is the basic age of moral responsibility, and the people in many countries are not acting morally responsible (abusing power- voter fraud for example, using illegal drugs, abortion- killing the innocent, living impure lives- pornography, encouraging poor Israel God's chosen people to give up their lands etc., etc.), is God using this number in a mysterious way?
Could 2020 be the year God says he'll leave those  behind who haven't accepted his Grace via his Only Begotten Son The Lord Jesus Christ to his wrath that will be out poured upon the Earth. Will it be the year he takes those to Heaven that did, because they were morally responsible and accepted Jesus Christs' freely given gift and tried to change their lives to live the way he wanted them to live.  
I know that when God speaks of something twice that it is suppose to have greater meaning. 2020, may not be words but the number 20 is repeated twice in a single year form. Could it represent those who did not want his gift and wanted instead their own form of morality as adults, and on the other hand those who did accept his gift and wanted to find and abide by God's form of morality as adults.   Once again, I'm not date setting folks. Just thinking out loud. There are mysteries in the Bible and people were not suppose to understand them until it was time. Yet, we are suppose to know when it's near, even at the door. Granted we are not to know the day and hour, but we are suppose to be looking and be ready. I don't think many adults are trying to follow God's blue print of morality for their lives in the Holy Bible, nor do I think are truly looking.   I'm wondering if many are ready at all.

I'm going to add onto this post on 9-1-2013.  I know some preachers who say the wheat and the shaft are separated at the same time.  So is 2020 (the basic age of moral responsibility according to Jewish traditions) also the year that some 20 year olds (and other ages of course), and some other 20 year olds (and other ages of course) are separated from one another like wheat and shaft?  Just thinking out loud again per say.  I'm not date setting, just wondering.

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