This chapter begins with the second coming of Christ and the final judgment of the world. Some things of note, we saw that when He came the first time there was nothing attractive about Him. He came as an average man, laborer. But now He comes in royal apparel, yet His garments are stained with the blood of those whom he judged. We tend to neglect that aspect of God, he does indeed love everyone but there will be a judgment day. Also note that He alone passes judgment, just as He alone purchased salvation. We are not able to judge, just as we can't save ourselves. This first section is a grim picture but grim or not it is the future for the pagan world. Finally I look at the last three verses, a confession that they've wandered so far from God's ways that they don't even feel it any more. Sometimes I think that's where we are today as a nation, so far from God that we don't fear Him, and so many don't even believe in Him.
Today's workout, cardio intervals
step, windmill, Russian twist, jump rope, climber