“For you will go out with joy And be led forth with peace; The mountains and the hills will break forth into shouts of joy before you, And all the trees of the field will clap their hands.” – Isaiah 55:12 (KJV)
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Quoting Isaiah 55:12 without noting the run up writings, is like waking up and not knowing where you are. Such concepts as “Seek the Lord while He may be found” (Isaiah 55:6), and “let the wicked forsake his way”, “and the unrighteous man his thoughts”, cannot be skipped over in order to reap the benefits of Isaiah 55:12. Those who do not “come out of her” (Revelation 18:4) cannot hope to escape “her plagues”, whether they live above a super volcano, but free from tanks, or in the Midwest. One must “escape” from the “daughter of Babylon” (Revelation 18:4) &(Zechariah 2:7), or they will “receive of her plagues”. The most prominent daughter of Babylon is the Roman church, and like mother like daughter, her daughters are the Protestants. They all have been deceived by the “beast with two horns like a lamb”, who was the 7th head of the beast (Revelation 13:11). We are now in the era of the 8th head of the beast (Revelation 13:14). The false prophet is dead, and his “unclean spirit” is gathering the kings of the whole world for the war of the great day of God (Revelation 16:13-15), to be held at Har-Magedon (Rev 16:16), which is between Damascus and Judea. The world is facing the “great earthquake”, and sitting above a super volcano (Yellowstone), which has had 2400 tremors in the last two months, seems like a bad option. Those who are to flee to the mountains are those in Judea (Matthew 24:17). As for the rest, the “cities of the nations fell” (Revelation 16:19). My suggestion would be away from the cities of the nations.
Thank you, Bob. And Merry Christmas