Yesterday, my neighbor's chow puppy, who was twice the size of my Yorkies, crossed the fence into our pasture. She set off our cameras, so I went out to help her get back to her home. I tried to persuade her to come to me and console her with a calm voice, but she was afraid of me. I was concerned she would hurt herself by getting caught in the fence. I got close to her because I had her cornered and thought she would settle down, but she bit me. Finally, her owner had to come and get her; there was no calming her down.
Right now, mayhem is unleashed and causing the atmosphere to stir. We are not to become overly concerned; prepared but not obsessed over what is to come because we are not the ones who need to fear. It is our enemy that needs to worry. They are cornered and fighting back; be careful because they will bite. Their goal is to distract us from our source. Focus. Don't allow anything to draw your attention away from Jesus. He has promised us that he will return, and those who adore him eagerly wait for him to appear.
so Christ, having been offered once to bear the sins of many, will appear a second time, not to deal with sin but to save those who are eagerly waiting for him. Hebrews 9:28