Well it is now the wee hours of election day 2008 and no matter who wins this election will go down in history as one of the most historic ever. I believe that this election maybe part of a series of pivotal events that will impact the future of all mankind. As a person that has an interest in the study of Biblical numerics I have found some recent events to be very interesting. As most of you know recently the stock market has experienced some very chaotic days of trading. On one in particular day September 29 the stock market ended with the numbers -777.68. For those who study Biblical Numerics they know that 777 is the number of Christ 6 is the number of man and 8 the number of new beginnings. Another interesting thing to note on this same day September 29th after sunset the Jewish New Year began which marked the first day of Tishrei of the year 5769 exactly 8 years away from the first day of the year 5777.
Maybe God is trying to tell us something. However the question is are we listening?
(Mat 24:44)Therefore you also be ready, for in that hour you think not, the Son of Man comes.(Mat 24:45Who then is a faithful and wise servant, whom his Lord has made ruler over His household, to give them food in due season?(Mat 24:46)Blessed is that servant whom his Lord shall find him doing so when He comes.
(Mat 24:47)Truly I say to you that He shall make him ruler over all His goods.Now more than ever we should be doing the work of the master because as we view world events we know that our Lord is coming soon. Don’t get so caught up in the cares of this world that you neglect to do the master’s will. Those of us who know Christ as Savior and Lord should be putting forth our maximum efforts into telling those that don’t know the Lord that it is time to accept him before it is everlastingly too late. On this Election Day make sure that you have chosen the right candidate the one that not only promises change but performs it in all of those who ask. One that has not only promised but who has and will deliver on everyone of the promises that he has made. Not for a short term but for eternity.