As the heavens begin to consume away with fervent heat, earthly cataclysms willlikewise mount, and
will fulfill His solemn Word to burn up
the lawless worksand the lawless devices/inventions of man which are now corrupting the globeworldwide. Impact from burning space rocks,
solar firestorms of brimstone,
and tidal waves
will give the Most High the final andultimate say over all those who think that His standards of morality are merelyoptional. At this time of approaching apocalyptic judgments, only righteousness willdeliver out of death. So it is believed we may learn very much from Chanok, who wastranslated that he should not see death.
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Chanok Walked With Elohim
Brief though it may be, the Scripture text regarding Chanok and his walk with
must be one of the most instructive and awe-inspiring in all the Book of Genesis:
And Chanok walked with the Elohim:and he was not, for Elohim took him.
Genesis 5:24And the writer of
comments on this text as follows:
By faith, Enoch was translated that he should not see death;and he was not found, because Elohim translated him: for he had witness borne to him that, before his translation,he had been well–pleasing to Elohim.
Hebrews 11:5Returning to the Hebrew text of Genesis 5:24, this Scripture appears as follows:
Myhlah - ta Kwnx Klhtyw
the Elohim with Chanok And hewalked
Myhla wta xql - yk wnnyaw
Elohim specifi- took for And hecally was nothim
for the first four words of this Scripture are seen directly below:
Matthew 24:29, Mark 13:25, Revelation 8:8
Genesis 19:23-25, Job 38:12-13, Psalm 11:6, Isaiah 30:26-27, Malachi 4:1-3, Revelation 16:8-9
Psalm 104:32, 144:5, Isaiah 64:1-2, Nahum 1:5-6
Psalm 82:5, Isaiah 2:18-21, 24:19-23