End of the Accuser

Revelation 12:10   (KJV)   10 And I heard a loud voice saying in heaven, Now is come salvation, and strength, and the kingdom of our God, and the power of his Christ: for the accuser of our brethren is cast down, which accused them before our God day and night.

Jesus is the Prince of Peace; He is the Lamb of God. These are wonderful titles and descriptions. The seemingly ever evasive peace is a desire, wish, and prayer of so many people. It’s a common theme in international conventions and in world leaders’ negotiations. Genuinerevelation-12-10-end-of-the-accuser and lasting world peace is a priceless treasure that will become a reality only through the leadership of one Entity: Jesus. Peace, Lamb—they bring some kind of indescribable quietness in us who know Him truly. But they’re often erroneously equated to weakness, and often, inability to do anything of great impact and worldwide in scope.

But truth is more delightful than error; in a magnificent display of God’s glory, our precious Lord Jesus brought peace on earth and goodwill to mankind. He accomplished what everyone else failed to do. He lived a perfect life; He defeated all His temptations and trials; He endured all His agonizing pain and tortures; He died for our sins; He defeated death, hell, and the grave, and rose again on the third day; He ascended back to heaven and glory. Seated at the right hand of the Father, He will come again to bring our ultimate salvation. He has saved us from the power and penalty of sin, but this time, He will save us even from the presence of sin.

Everyone will see Jesus in power, glory, and authority. Every knee will bow, every tongue will confess—either with extreme gladness or extreme sadness, that our Lord Jesus, the Prince of Peace, the Lamb of God, is also the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords. This is the time when all of God’s enemies will be brought down to their expected end—that of total humiliation, defeat, and destruction. The non-stop accuser will finally be silenced. This is written; we consider this done. That’s why in the middle of the most horrendous attacks coming from the soon-to-be-totally-destroyed foe, we rejoice. The enemy’s panicking; the King is coming.

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