Dear Reader, The end of the world does not mean the end of the Earth! When checking out the origins of the phrase it is found that the end of the world refers to the (well needed) annihilation of the current political, religious and demonic systems that man has introduced upon the Earth, so it refers to the the end of that type of ‘world’.
The Earth, which is the globe or planet that we live on, and the material our bodies are made out of, cannot end. It may change, but those changes will bring a restoration. How that fully occurs I am not sure, but the present earthquake sequences appear to be bringing the Earth into an upright position, as in a restoration or resurrection which is a part of the process. How about your personal bit of Earth?
Political and religious worlds have ended many times before, with whole thinking patterns changing, or even just being forgotten about; Continue reading