El Shaddai reveals His plans for the two cities that had become very wicked. Abraham challenges His mercy and the two discuss the number of righteous people living in the cities compared to the wicked. For how many righteous would El Shaddai relent on his judgment? Fifty, forty, twenty? Finally, El Shaddai yields to Abraham. For the sake of ten righteous, He will not destroy the cities. Unfortunately, only Lot, his wife, and Lot’s two unmarried daughters meet the criteria.
Tag: Sodom and Gomorrah
Revelation Chapter 11 – Two Witnesses
Yochanan is giving a measuring stick and told to measure the Millennial Temple and the Altar. Specific measurements for the Temple are revealed by the prophet Ezekiel. He measures the thickness of the walls, the gates, the gate entrances, the guard rooms, the courtyard, and the sanctuary, and the Most Holy Place (Ezekiel 42). He is also given the dimensions of the Altar:
Day of Tammuz –– Gay Pride
On June 28, 2015 or the 11th of Tammuz on the Biblical calendar, purely by divine coincidence, I was in San Francisco during the gay pride parade. Thousands and thousands of Americans celebrated the ‘greatest event in the history of the United States’ –– the proclamation by the Supreme Court that same-sex couples were given the right to marry –– #lovewins.