The earth also is defiled under the inhabitants thereof; because they have transgressed the laws, changed the ordinance, broken the everlasting covernant. Therefore hath the curse devoured the earth, and they that dwell therein are desolate: therefore the inhabitants of the earth are burned, and few men left (Isaiah 24:5 – 6).
The fire of the living God shall rise up in righteousness. The fire of the living God shall rise up in hope. The fire of the living God shall rise up in glory. And who shall behold the vengeance of God upon a land that is weary? Who shall stand before God when the grace and the mercy of God is removed from the wicked? Who shall say, the tempest shall withstand the atrocities of its ways? Who shall it be before a God of glory? Who shall it be before the terrible hands of my God? When victory has come to feast in a land that bears no good fruits, who shall bring out the spoils? Who shall say, this is my burden, where is my soul? For it is written, man will despise God even to the end. They will disregard the everlasting hope, and the true and living God. And men were scorched with great heat, and blasphemed the name of God, which hath power over these plagues: and they repented not to give him glory (Revelation 16:9). But beauty will be beautiful indeed, even so. The terrible hand of the LORD shall bring glory; everlasting glory shall not go vain.
The disobedience of man shall not avail much. And they that dishonor God shall not prosper. The tempest rage war, but defeat is in its midst. And who honors evil honors death. Who shall say, the tempest shall withstand the atrocities of its ways? Who shall it be before a God of glory? Who shall it be before a God of ordinances and laws? When the everlasting covernant of the LORD is broken, where shall hope live? Where shall it go? When man denied the face of God, where shall it go? Shall not the hope of those who have defaced the glory of God be burden with desolation? Shall not destruction comes when the light of the living God has been removed from the souls of men? O Father, shall not my God stand up with vigor and strength? Shall darkness have joy in a place of glory? I tell you the truth, darkness shall grow old in the land of desolation. It shall grow old and weary, thus saith the LORD. And who shall consider it then? Who shall consider the glory of dishonorable men? Who shall consider the ways of destruction, and the breakers of the everlasting covernant of God? Can somebody tell me who shall consider it? When death has made his bed in hell, who shall consider it?