‘God-incidental’ Verse of the Day confirms ‘global thunder’ word

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve wanted to post the important three-part word Nina was given but didn’t have any appropriate timing in view of other material. SO I wanted the ungodly matters posted and done and then focus upon the spiritual for today’s full blogging day. BUT first thing yesterday I got a “GO!”

Most mornings include that day’s Sanctuary – Moments In His Presence reading, BUT yesterday upon waking, I was prompted to do something I’ve never done > check first for a scripture – well before going online at my desk’s pc!  HERE’s what popped up:

Therefore, I took the hint to get on as soon as able with Nina’s account of hearing from the Lord about a global clap of thunder. Before rising I read that chapter’s continuance of what Job’s friend Elihu told him about God’s goodness. Here, Elihu proclaims God’s control over weather and leads into the above ‘verse for the day’ with:

“At this also my heart trembles,
And leaps from its place.
Hear attentively the thunder of His voice,
And the rumbling that comes from His mouth.
He sends it forth under the whole heaven,
His [a]lightning to the ends of the earth.
After it a voice roars;
He thunders with His majestic voice,
And He does not restrain them when His voice is heard.
God thunders marvelously with His voice;
He does great things which we cannot comprehend…”

He concludes:

“As for the Almighty, we cannot find Him;
He is excellent in power,
In judgment and abundant justice;
He does not oppress.
24 Therefore men fear Him;
He shows no partiality to any who are wise of heart.”

I perceived that as as a confirmation from the Lord that it’s now time to publish and so thought of inserting the above screenshot at the beginning of my dear wife’s account. However, to help convey the image she had in mind I used one from my blog library instead.

Therefore, if you’ve not yet read what Nina writes and responses of a couple of readers, please click on this link:

At world-wide clap of Holy Thunder we’re to stand in our spiritual armour!

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