God’s End-Time Judgment


“Come near, you nations, and hear! Pay attention, you peoples! Let the earth give heed, and all who are upon it, the world, and all who spring from it. Jehovah’s rage is upon all nations, his fury upon all their hosts; he has doomed them, consigned them to the slaughter. . . . When my sword drinks its fill in the heavens, it shall come down on Edom in judgment, on the people I have sentenced to damnation.” (Isaiah 34:1–2, 5)

“My Beloved had a vineyard on the fertile brow of a hill. He cultivated it, clearing it of stones, and planted it with choice vines. He built a watchtower in its midst and hewed for it a winepress as well. Then he expected it to yield grapes, but it produced wild grapes. . . . Let me now inform you what I will do to my vineyard: I will have its hedge removed and let it be burned; I will have its wall broken through and let it be trampled. I will make it a desolation: it shall neither be pruned nor hoed, but briars and thorns shall overgrow it.” (Isaiah 5:1–2, 5–6)

“As for my people, babes subject them; women wield authority over them. O my people, your leaders mislead you, abolishing your traditional ways. Jehovah will take a stand and contend [with them]; he has arisen to judge the nations. He will bring to trial the elders of his people and their rulers, [and say to them,] It is you who have devoured the vineyard; you fill your houses by depriving the needy. What do you mean by oppressing my people, humbling the faces of the poor?” (Isaiah 3:12–15)

“See, Jehovah comes with fire, his chariots like a whirlwind, to retaliate in furious anger, to rebuke with conflagrations of fire. For with fire and with his sword shall Jehovah execute judgment on all flesh, and those slain by Jehovah shall be many.” (Isaiah 66:15–16)

“Wickedness shall be set ablaze like a fire, and briars and thorns shall it consume; it shall ignite the jungle forests, and they shall billow upward in mushrooming clouds of smoke. At the wrath of Jehovah of Hosts the earth is scorched, and people are but fuel for the fire. Men will have no compassion for one another. They will snatch on the right, yet remain hungry; they will devour on the left, but not be satisfied: men will eat the flesh of their own offspring.” (Isaiah 9:18–20)

“Mankind is brought low when men debase themselves, causing the eyes of the high-minded to be downcast. But Jehovah of Hosts will be exalted by a just judgment, the holy God show himself holy by [his] righteousness. Then shall [his] sheep feed in their pasture, and proselytes eat in the ruins of the affluent.” (Isaiah 5:15–17)

“For Jehovah is our Judge, and Jehovah our Lawgiver. Jehovah is our King; he himself will save us.” (Isaiah 33:22)

“Many peoples shall go, saying, Come, let us go up to the mountain of Jehovah, to the house of the God of Jacob, that he may instruct us in his ways, that we may follow in his paths. For out of Zion shall go forth the law, and from Jerusalem the word of Jehovah. He will judge between the nations and arbitrate for many peoples. They will beat their swords into plowshares, their spears into pruning hooks: nation will not lift the sword against nation, nor will they learn warfare anymore.” (Isaiah 2:3–4)

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