Watch Out For That “Leviathan!”

Watch out for that “Leviathan,” that dragon. He is around 25 to 30 feet tall, with eyes of piercing rays, a mouth of streaming flames, with sparks of shooting fire (see Job 41, NIV), spitting out words of hatred, injustice, and unrighteousness. The Leviathan is a dragon who is autocratic, selfish, and with thick hard skin who hovers over those they lead or is to care for. God despises the dragons, for they seek to kill, steal, and destroy (John 10:10) His people, His nation, and His world.
Listen, He says, as I speak, the thunder will clash, smoke will rise, in that great day of the Lord. Listen, all you who are haughty and not wise. Look up to the sky, what I say is true, My Son is returning to you. Read my Words, they say what He will do. Repent is the word of the hour, for your life will be like the withering flower.

The water, the blood, and Spirit (1John 5:8 ) of Grace He has left in the land. When He comes back, that sword, He will be carrying in His hand will slay all dragons in the land. “Vengeance is mine,” says the Lord (Deuteronomy 32:35; Romans 12:19).
Listen, My faithful ones, my elect, rise as the children of the light, cling to Me, like a baby clinging to a mother’s breast, meditate on my words both day and night, flee from the dragon’s snare, stand firm till the end comes, and be filled with the Spirit of love, peace, joy, and power; For you will be saved on that great and terrible day of the Lord, whatever the day or the hour. Keep watch and be prepared.
Jesus said, He would be coming, and His Word is true. Remember, those who are Mine, love others as I have loved you. Don’t be a dragon spitting out actions and words of hatred, injustice, and unrighteousness; Be humble not proud, and you will meet me in the clouds.

Listen carefully to the thunder of God’s voice as it rolls from his mouth. It rolls across the heavens, and his lightning flashes in every direction. Then comes the roaring of the thunder— the tremendous voice of his majesty. He does not restrain it when he speaks(Job 37: 2-4, NLT).

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