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Lamentations 5 – Solitary Man

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Lamentations 5

March 15, 2024 11:00 AM
Solitary Man


Lam 5:1 Remember, O LORD, what is come upon us: consider, and behold our reproach.

We now come to the last chapter of this highly emotional tome. The last chapter has been called the prayer of Jeremiah. It consists of a presentation to the Lord of Judah’s great miseries, a confession of sin, and a plea for deliverance. A very good pattern to follow in our own prayer lives.

Is it not the experience of every believer that at certain times in one’s life, it feels as if God has forgotten all about you? Doctrinally we know with our heads that he never leaves us nor forsakes us, yet our inner man at times cannot seem to find him. Those seasons of trial and test are part of our human experience, and only through perseverance, and a continual reflection on the scripture will we find the grace and strength that is needed to endure.

Jeremiah is asking God that now that judgment has run its course, please take a good look at our ruined state. We are in total disgrace. Please take a moment and consider just how low we have fallen.

Lam 5:2 Our inheritance is turned to strangers (zoor – profane, even adulterous foreigners), our houses to aliens (nok-ree – outlandish foreigners, something very strange).

Not only have we lost all our possessions to the enemy, but what makes it even harder to bear is who we have lost it to. Think of the people who are taking over everything on this planet. Never mind the billionaires at the top, we know of their calculated evil. I am thinking of the foot soldiers at the bottom. Thugs like antifa, blm, the deranged alphabet crowd, the demon possessed, ugly groomers who have access to our children. All these are the absolute sewage of society. I don’t care if some of you reading this have children that have fallen so low as to be a part of these groups. I am tired of believers who will not say a contrary word against all these wicked children of Belial, just because they have a son or a daughter caught up in these vile, abominable lifestyles. Our hearts go out to you, and yes, you carry a heavy burden. However you cannot compromise the truth about the horrible level of sinfulness that these creatures are engaging in. I am so sick of preachers who dance around this topic by stating that yes, sodomy is a sin, but so is a heterosexual couple that lives together outsider marriage. While technically true, the man lies to his congregation in implying that both sins are equal in God’s sight. One of the greatest heresies in the church is saying that all sins are equal. Just because all of us are born sinners and are destined for hell, it is a terrible lie in trying to make all sin the same.

Some preach lusting after your neighbour’s wife is exactly the same as actually committing adultery with her. Tell that to her husband. Or that thinking of killing someone is just as bad as actually pulling the trigger. It is astounding how easily we misunderstand and misapply the most well known scriptures in the bible. And nothing gets more mistaught than the sermon on the mount.

Just because Jesus widened the definition of sin for his Torah loving, tradition keeping Jewish audience, he was not also saying that all sins are equivalent. If that were the case then every sin would of gotten equal punishment in the old testament, where Yahweh clearly demonstrated his ways of acting when it came to judging sin.

The bible teaches that idolatry and immorality are in a class of their own when it came to the severity of sin. While old style idolatry is still not that easy of a sell (ie, the bowing down to gods depicted in wood and stone), yet our idolatry is worse and more all encompassing. Almost everyone worships their cell phone. It is a far more serious practise than most care to admit. In previous generations, we may of listened to too much radio or watched too much tv, but those were passive pursuits. It did not require a response from the receiver. With cell phones, every notification seems to require the receiver to respond. How many times have we experienced someone whom you are talking to who has their phone chime or vibrate, and immediately they break off from listening to you, as if you no longer exist, and read and respond to the text or tweet that they received?

How in the name of all that is holy is that ever considered proper behavior for any human being, much less a follower of Christ? Who cares if everyone around you lives like that, it is wrong, it was always wrong, and it will always be wrong. Not because you are acting rudely, but because you are engaging in idolatry. You are an idolater, plain and simple. No ands, ifs, and buts. I don’t care if you tell me that text was crucial. You have to take it. Then tell me this. How in the heck did humanity survive before the cell phone? What you define as crucial God defines as idolatry. You can agree or disagree, that is your choice.

Getting back to the main point, I am recalling certain street evangelists who try to get their listener to agree that they have told a lie, at least once, or used God’s name in a curse at least once. That is pretty easy to do, as everyone has done that. They may agree when you force them to admit that they are a liar, but most likely they are just trying to get you to go away. After you leave, no real conviction takes place most of the time because they will compare themselves with the rest of mankind, and they stack up pretty good.

I point this out in that the problem isn’t that people think they’re sinless. No, the real failure of humanity is not one specific sin or another, but the fact that we all live for self rather than for God. No one has a defense against that. Either we have made the decision to live our lives to please Jesus in all things, or we still mostly live to please ourselves. Is this not what we are all called to do? To follow him with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength? Just getting someone to admit that they lied once does not make them a liar. Really, it’s actually kind of silly. If you paint one picture in your life (and of course it turns out awful), does that mean we are now to call you a painter? If you fix one leaky faucet, does that make you a plumber? I am not denying that we are all sinners, but simply getting someone to admit that yes, they lie occasionally, does not mean that you get to label them as a liar, as a defining label. No, the real issue is that all of us have sinned. None of us truly live for God. We all live for self, especially in this ultra narcissistic, social media soaked culture.

Therefore, prioritizing responding immediately literally dozens of times a day to somewhat meaningless texts and tweets simply give rock solid evidence as to who you are really living for.

Let us be honest enough to allow God to search our hearts in all sincerity, and be courageous enough to go against the flow when he speaks to you. God knows, we will all be called to make radical sacrifices in the days ahead.

Getting back to the verse at hand, the most vile people imaginable are in our governments, in our schools, and all over the media. Never in history has a certain class of people received such special protection as these woke degenerates. You cannot say one word against them, or you will be cancelled completely. In Canada, the death knell of our nation occurred a few years ago when Parliament unanimously passed the anti-conversion law, which made it illegal to help transgenders seeking help in wanting to turn back into a normal person. The blasphemy and level of obscenity that was exhibited by our government at that moment was something that would not and could not be forgiven by our father in heaven, who we so easily forget is absolutely holy and righteous, and does not pardon unrepented sin (2 Ki 24:4).

Lam 5:3 We are orphans and fatherless, our mothers are as widows.

Jeremiah continues to recount the results of sin and judgment. Depopulation is always at the heart of what one sows when there is no repentance. Men die in pointless wars. Women and children are left, vulnerable and helpless, to fend for themselves.

Lam 5:4 We have drunken our water for money; our wood is sold unto us.

What we once owned freely now we have to pay for. Who would of ever thought that there would come a day when we have to pay for the very air we breathe, as Canadians have to do with this vile and outrageous carbon tax? I believe we are the only country in the world to have such a thing. Other countries attempted it, but only Canada keeps sticking with it, and it goes up and up every single year. It is simply meant to drain the bank accounts of every citizen who still has any financial resources left. And even with all this legalized theft that is bringing in obscene amounts of money, our deficit is growing at a record pace. Once the restraints have all disappeared, then the wicked lose all self control and just cannot stop until they have stolen everything that you own.

Lam 5:5 Our necks are under persecution: we labour, and have no rest.

Many more each month are finding out that they just can’t make ends meet anymore. First the savings disappear. Then a second job must be taken. Then the house must be given up. Then the food chosen must be less and less, and of a poorer quality. Then more and more are willing to take whatever handout the government offers, regardless of the conditions attached. A condition such as, your vax status. Or your allegiance to your dear leader via a mark.

Lam 5:6 We have given the hand to the Egyptians, and to the Assyrians, to be satisfied with bread.

In order to survive, the remnant had to submit themselves to foreigners. In Judah’s case, many fled to Egypt as their country was being destroyed. They may of found a temporary shelter there, but certainly not on their terms. The Assyrians is probably meant as the name of the empire that they once held, but was now recently conquered by the Babylonians. Perhaps that empire was still labelled as the Assyrian empire, by common usage. It would take some time before people would start calling it the Chaldean or the Babylonian empire.

Today, we are not governing ourselves. This mysterious group of elites control every level of government in the west. It is a supernatural, dark miracle to behold. How they did this is a mystery. But control they certainly do. As stated in this verse, we gave it to them, they didn’t take it from us. Because we ignored God and lived for self, the outcome was inevitable.

Lam 5:7 Our fathers have sinned, and are not; and we have borne their iniquities.

Generational punishment is a rule of law. I am skeptical of all this breaking of generational curses. Find me one scripture that speaks of this practice. It certainly cannot be found in the epistles. Instead, the word clearly teaches that at times the iniquity of the fathers is passed down to the third and fourth generation. In some cases, to the tenth generation. You may try to break the so called generational curse all you want, but it almost seems like you are fighting against biblical reality.

People love to quote how Jesus has redeemed us from the curse of the law. Certainly this is true. Your ticket to heaven is punched when you wholeheartedly accept Christ. Your father’s sin, and your fathers’ father sin, cannot stop you from entering heaven. However, that personal deliverance has nothing to do with the national spiritual state of a nation that refuses to repent over several generations. The judgments begin to pile up. Warnings are given and ignored. Eventually, what happened to Israel, then to Judah, happens to us. We are that generation that is called to account, to bear the iniquity of our fathers. Not personally, in that it prevents us from individual salvation, but collectively, in that we are the generation that has been chosen to reap the consequence of national rebellion and waywardness.

Lam 5:8 Servants (eh-bed – bondmen) have ruled over us: there is none that doth deliver us out of their hand.

It is believed the Chaldeans sent slaves, or those who filled menial tasks, to rule over them. Or, perhaps it is meant to be understood that the sons of Ham are to rule over the sons of Shem, inverting the prophecy given in Gen 9:25-26:

Gen 9:25 And he said, Cursed be Canaan; a servant of servants shall he be unto his brethren.
Gen 9:26 And he said, Blessed be the LORD God of Shem; and Canaan shall be his servant.

This was when Noah cursed his grandson, the son of Ham, to be an eternal servant to his 2 brothers. The Chaldeans were supposed to be servants of Shem, being descended from Ham. In Judah’s middle eastern culture, that was driven by the concept of shame and honor, this would of been a double blow.

Regardless of the racial undertones the destroyed Jews felt, it is never a good thing for the lowest in society to attain high office. Just look at our own nations that have filled important posts based on equity, not merit. It is not the fact that these incompetents are minorities, it is the fact that they are uneducated, wicked, and very stupid that make them so destructive to all.

Lam 5:9 We gat our bread with the peril of our lives because of the sword of the wilderness.

When you have been conquered, you are at continual risk of further attack. Depopulated, overrun, most likely disarmed, roving bands of thugs are now at liberty to prey on the weak, as law and order disappears. These things have already come to pass in our lands. Lawlessness is the new law. Unless you are righteous. Then you are fair game.

Perhaps this is our near future as we become shut out of the commerce of Babylon. We will need to find creative ways to get our food.

I sure hope and pray the Lord will give us new ways to interact with one another, in the hopes that we can find a method to help one another without being constantly surveilled and monitored.

Lam 5:10 Our skin was black like an oven because of the terrible famine.

Hunger dries up the pores, so the skin looks as if it was scorched by the sun. We haven’t quite gotten to this point yet. God forbid that we have to experience the consequences of sin to this extent, as I don’t think the pampered west will be able to take it.

Lam 5:11 They ravished the women in Zion, and the maids in the cities of Judah.

Rape is standard fare of all occupations. I always cringe when I hear feminists blather on about how hard they’re done by, especially so called Christian feminists. If ever there was a term that was an oxymoron, that would certainly qualify.

All the women out there who are bleating about how patriarchal our society is, please stop. First of all, never in western history has any country been less patriarchal than North America today, with diversity, inclusion and equity running the show, and the ultra feminization of the males. Second, go check out a country such as Sweden and ask the local girls how they feel when the muslim immigrants rape them at will, and hold many as sex slaves, with no help from the law as that would be racist. Third, when our society collapses, and all women are fair game for all the illegals, won’t you give anything for a real man to protect you, or will you still want your metrosexual, latte sipping, paisley tie wearing, high pitched sensitive man that prioritizes your feelings above everything else?

Lam 5:12 Princes are hanged up by their hand: the faces of elders were not honoured.

Whether they were hung by their hands to die a slow death, or hung by the hands of their enemies, the point of the matter is that Judah’s leaders were taken out of the way. Is not the enemy doing everything in its power to take all our leaders away?

One or two lowly citizens moaning and complaining about something does not scare the wicked. Someone who attracts a following, and has the potential to influence many others, those people have to be extra careful in these evil times.

Isn’t it horrific that our elderly were the first ones targeted by the covid killers? The ones who should be given the most respect, who should be cared for the most, those are the ones they deliberately murdered with their stuffing together into locked down nursing homes and the implementation of their murderous protocols.

Lam 5:13 They took the young men to grind, and the children fell under the wood.

Our children have become enslaved by satan. They are not allowed to be raised by their parents anymore. Parents stopped instructing them in the ways of the Lord. Satan is now in charge of their education through critical race theory, queerness crap, gender fluidity, wokeism, insane environmentalism, transgenderism, historical revisionism, drag queen story hours, self hatred, marxist propaganda, toxic masculinity, and on, and on, and on.

As Judah’s conquerors took their children for slave labor, so too do our conquerors abscond with our children to serve their woke agenda at best, and become their sex toys at worst.

Recently I listened to a most disturbing video. A former spy, who was killed by covid protocol in a hospital in 2021, stated that up to 8 million children yearly are taken for various nefarious purposes. 8 million! While that number cannot be verified (indeed, how could it ever be), more than one source has stated that number is indeed, in the millions. This man’s testimony stated that the majority of children are raped continually, and they last on average for 2 years. Used up, they are then disposed of just like garbage. According to the movie ‘sound of freedom’, America is one of the top destinations for child sex slaves.

And we still wonder why God is judging us so?

Shouldn’t the question be why is God still waiting to finish the job?

Anyone who still listens to these false prophets painting a rosy future for America need a serious reality check. Oh, do not continue to be deceived. Repent while there is still time. God is coming to cleanse the land, and you do not want to be caught napping when the king suddenly returns to reclaim what is his, and to settle the accounts of all those who have opposed him.

I do not think most Christians have the stomach to face the true horror that is going on in this sin sick world today. Unfortunately, as we follow Judah’s path and pattern, things are about to get much worse.

Lam 5:14 The elders have ceased from the gate, the young men from their musick.

The elders used to meet at the gate of the city to judge cases and govern it. Young men, once so full of life and love, are now nowhere to be found.

Lam 5:15 The joy of our heart is ceased; our dance is turned into mourning.

How can any sane person still claim that now is the most exciting time ever to live? Talk about living in la la land! Can one be any more delusional? Judgment is when God sends evil. Evil is not fun, except for the masochist, or the clinically insane. I do not care how much potential you think there will be to preach the gospel because all these afflicted people will magically (in your mind) all repent, you are simply crazy. That is Marie Antoinette type thinking. Totally disconnected from reality.

Forget about the maybes and the perhaps. Perhaps people will repent like crazy. Maybe judgment will bring great revival. If these things occur, hallelujah. That is neither here nor there. What does matter is the monstrous pain, horror, and agony that total judgment unleashes upon all. Not just the wicked, but the righteous as well. Forget about your Alice in Wonderland fairy tales that your warped imagination has conjured up. Just stop it. Deal with the reality right in front of you.

There should be no joy or dancing when you see the victims of total destruction. Only creatures like the Edomites rejoiced in such a time as this, and you know what their fate turned out to be. It is not some sort of weird act of faith to pretend that all is well, when it is not.

Get real and start helping someone. Pray for those that are vax injured. Go and spend time with the lonely. Reach out and help that widow who lost her husband to the shot. Maybe start a garden with others who are struggling to provide enough food for their families. But for God’s sake, let’s get real! Stop pretending that everything is going to be all right, because it is not.

Lam 5:16 The crown is fallen from our head: woe unto us, that we have sinned!

Jeremiah has poured out his heart and soul to the Lord. He describes current conditions. He doesn’t lie. He doesn’t sugarcoat any of it. He doesn’t say all is well, when it is not. He admits of the existence of each and every curse that God has sent.

But at the end of his lament, he clearly states why this is so. It is because we have sinned. Not that Zedekiah sinned. Not the princes or the elders. Not even just the false prophets and priests. We – all of us, have sinned.

He didn’t spend time wondering why me? Why am I suffering? Have I not been faithful? Have I not been obedient? He doesn’t try to make a case that a special exemption should be handed out to him, like all the Christians who think they should be raptured out of here before it gets any worse and my comfort is affected.

He says we are now the tail, and not the head. Woe unto us, for we have sinned. He did not say God is for us, he is for us. No, he said woe unto us, woe unto us!

Unless and until we can forcibly drag ourselves into the proper frame of mind during this unique time in our nation’s history, we can’t even get to first base in hoping to deal with, and possibly get this thing turned around.

Lam 5:17 For this our heart is faint; for these things our eyes are dim.

Our spirits fail us, and we are almost blind with weeping. How many of us can honestly say that we have shed the amount of tears that our situation calls for? I certainly can’t. I am ashamed at how little emotion I feel at times over all the evil that has obliterated our once beautiful land.

Lam 5:18 Because of the mountain of Zion, which is desolate, the foxes (jackals) walk upon it.

Desolate lands are the haunt of creatures such as jackals. Scavengers, who feast upon the dead. A place where the glory of God once reigned, now is a haunt of every unclean animal. Spiritually, our lands are overrun with a quantity and quality of demonic entities such as we have never seen. Physically, it seems as it the goal is to corrupt and destroy all life on this planet, most likely as a payment to the devils for all the power that the elite have been given. I believe satan is demanding that the cabal destroy all of God’s creation, in order that satan has his revenge on his maker. Second, it is to show that satan’s disciples are willing to do anything that he asks. If they are doing it just for fun, then I cannot comprehend the level of insanity that entails, as this poisoned, ruined, unusable planet that they will leave behind is where they have to live too, don’t they? So why would they want to inherit a barren wasteland, after they have depopulated us? Unless they want to move into the cloud as quickly as possible, and only are concerned about making the planet inhabitable for machines, as in the matrix and the terminator movies.

Lam 5:19 Thou, O LORD, remainest for ever; thy throne from generation to generation.

Now we come to the final portion of this heart rendering dissertation. In the end, regardless of our situation, when all else is lost, there is still God. If God were not at the end of all things, then this life would be utterly without purpose and meaning. Utterly intolerable. There would be no reason to carry on.

Our current circumstance is temporary. God is eternal.

Lam 5:20 Wherefore dost thou forget us for ever, and forsake us so long time?

Now that the object of Jeremiah’s desire is recalled to mind, out of the prophet’s grief and sorrow he asks God why has he been judging us for so long a time? Does it not always feel that our personal dark time will never end? Is this not the common experience of all godly men and women?

Sometimes our personal trials last a lifetime. Whether short or long, when we are in the midst of it, it can feel like an eternity of torment. We all will have reason to feel as Jeremiah does in the days ahead.

Lam 5:21 Turn (shoob) thou us unto thee, O LORD (Yehovah), and we shall be turned (shoob); renew our days as of old.

Please, please, please, Lord. Shoob. If you shoob toward us, then we can shoob toward you. Why in that order? Because man has no capability of obeying, or even of wanting to obey God, unless the grace of God shines in man’s heart first. In this one point the Calvinists are correct. No man in and of himself has any natural desire to want to live for Jesus. No man can come to Jesus unless the Father draws him (Jn 6:44).

Even our desire for God must be given to us by God. Yet how can we assure that God will give us an increasing desire for him? By acting (shoobing) on whatever desire he has already placed (shoobed) in our hearts. The fact that you are reading this proves that God has given you plenty desire for him. I can guarantee you that these commentaries will never be made into a series in the Laodicean Express monthly magazine for all you health and wealth types out there!

Respond to what flame has been ignited in your heart. Turn, and keep turning toward him. The more you turn, the more he will turn toward you as well, an endless loop of intimacy and blessing.

Lam 5:22 But thou hast utterly rejected (maw-as maw-as – spurned, cast off, loathe, made to disappear, treated as a vile person, reprobate) us; thou art very wroth (kaw-tsaf meh-ode – burst out in rage with vehemence and speed) against us.

I knew it was too good to be true. After that previous verse, I was hoping we would end on a bang, a super positive note!


Look at the Hebrew nuances contained in this last verse. Jeremiah’s plea for God to turn toward them is accentuated and magnified when he states the current spiritual state of affairs between God and his chosen people. God is currently treating them as if they were vile, something to be loathed, even to be made to disappear. And in what sort of mood is God in? Is he dispassionate? Indifferent? Melancholy? Full of love, yet forced to reluctantly act, though his loving heart pains him to do so?

Think again. He is said to be bursting out in rage with all vehemence and speed. And this is towards his own people, not toward all those heathen sinners out there in the rest of the world! Nowhere else is God described as being so emotionally invested as he is when he is judging his own.

So why do we keep painting the picture of this loving God, who spent all his negative energy at the cross, having not a single hard feeling left in his body, for all of eternity? Well, it is because we only teach a small portion of the scripture. If our theology revolves around ‘For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believeth on him should not perish, but have eternal life’, then we will only see the word ‘love’, and sort of discount the rest.

Let us look at this verse closely. Is it speaking of all of God’s actions that he has done, or ever will do, in regards to his dealings with man? No! It is simply stating one fact. It reveals the motivation for giving up his son to die on the cross at one point in time. Love made him do that one thing. It does not say that love makes him do everything that he ever does. It does not say that this is the only thing that he has done, or will do in the future. It does not say that no other emotion except love motivates him. It does not say that unless love is involved, it cannot be of God. It does not say so many things.

Yet the pastors teach it, and we hear it, as God is love, which is true. Yet we subconsciously also believe that is says that God is only love, which is not true. God is also angry at sin. So angry, at times, that he bursts out in rage with vehemence and speed against us. He is a jealous God (Ex 20:5, 34:14, Dt 4:24, 5:9, 6:15, Josh 24:19, Nah 1:2). He is also many other things, such as holy and true.

Exo_20:5 Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me;
Exo_34:14 For thou shalt worship no other god: for the LORD, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God:
Deu_4:24 For the LORD thy God is a consuming fire, even a jealous God.
Deu_5:9 Thou shalt not bow down thyself unto them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me,
Deu_6:15 (For the LORD thy God is a jealous God among you) lest the anger of the LORD thy God be kindled against thee, and destroy thee from off the face of the earth.
Jos_24:19 And Joshua said unto the people, Ye cannot serve the LORD: for he is an holy God; he is a jealous God; he will not forgive your transgressions nor your sins.
Nah_1:2 God is jealous, and the LORD revengeth; the LORD revengeth, and is furious; the LORD will take vengeance on his adversaries, and he reserveth wrath for his enemies.

A sure sign of maturity is when we look to the entirely of the word of God for instruction, for reproof, for training in righteousness. When we are mature enough to accept the truth of all of God’s word and not just some, then God can begin entrusting us with the real treasures of the kingdom of heaven.


Well here we are. We made it. We have been taken on a fascinating and fantastic journey that has given us a deep and thorough glimpse into the life and the heart of one of God’s greatest prophets.

The man Jeremiah was asked to perform quite a unique task. He was to spend forty years, the best years of his life, in speaking words of warning and uttermost calamity to a recalcitrant and royally rebellious nation. Not only was he charged with this unenviable task, but he was then asked to live through the awful fulfillment of his very pronouncements. On top of the dreadful experiences of the wrath of God firsthand, he had the additional burden of enduring several severe situations of such things as slander, torture, imprisonment, starvation, shame and continual sorrow. For his troubles he was labelled a traitor and an enemy of the state. He was not allowed to marry, so he could not even experience the momentary comforts of a loving spouse, to aid in the amelioration of his woes (Jer 16:2).

As we have fully discovered for ourselves, this man was truly the prototype of a man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief. We was despised, and not esteemed at all. The iniquity of the people was projected upon him, falsely, of course. He bore the sufferings of his people in his soul and also in his body. Starting to sound like someone familiar, isn’t it?

These 2 books are not for the faint of heart. They are not for the frivolous fop who favors facetious flights of fancy, such as the Laodicean peddlers of theological porn that they are so willing and able to provide. Pronouncing pseudo pietical pronouncements of pernicious pomposity, they do nothing but lead the befuddled, muddled, and kerfluffled masses of miserable recipients of their tripe to a ruinous terminus. One that will not be able to survive the tribulations to come.

This is the book of Lamentations, not the Song of Solomon. Save your squeals of romantic delight for the marriage supper of the lamb.

Don’t you know there is an apocalypse to endure? Put aside those wedding invitations for a moment. Get out your armor, and get ready to battle. If nothing else, each and every one of you has been awakened to what is really going on in your world today. You are all called to the fight.

I have been seriously blessed to dive into these books with you, my beloved reader. May the Lord Jesus Christ himself illuminate you, fill you, and keep you in his presence until that final glorious day.

May God bless you richly.

Solitary Man


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