Saw God Coming – Wasn’t Good / King County Not Afraid

Saw God Coming – Wasn’t Good / King County Not Afraid

Hank felt there was something bad around the corner.  – see article

Be assured – you are not afraid enough.

I know what it is to fear God, and you, my friend, are not afraid enough.

King County Courts are not nearly afraid enough – best they drop the pride, pronto!

God is coming.

God is coming for you.

God is coming with His Judgment Seat.

For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, that each one may receive what is due him for the things done while in the body, whether good or bad. Since, then, we know what it is to fear the Lord, we try to persuade men.  (2 Corinthians 5:10-11)

Bonus Wisdom: I suggest you humble yourself before a godly pastor that knows what it is to fear God. Rather, than sitting on a cushioned pew. To be taught how to get a fear that doesn’t come from man. A fear that is sent from a holy God. A fear, your run-of-the-mill-“Christian,” persecutes. Persecutes those who have surrendered to the the rebukes of God in their lives.1 If you had responded to my rebuke, I would have poured out my heart to you and made my thoughts known to you. (Proverbs 1:23)

Want God?

You will have to shove, and push, your way through the self-righteous crowd to find Him.

Either way, God is coming and He is made as hell. : opinion that counts |  Sunday, March 20, 2016 | Timothy Williams

Article Reference

(—But one big thing is left out of the movie: the singer’s mysterious death. It was something he apparently saw coming. On the evening of December 30, 1952, the restless, rail-thin 29-year-old tossed and turned in bed at his home in Montgomery, Ala. When new wife Billie Jean asked what was the matter, she claimed his reply was, “I think I see God comin’ down the road.”

Hank Williams in 1948Photo: Getty Images

Within 48 hours of Williams’ prediction, he had met his maker, but the circumstances surrounding how he died have given rise to one of music history’s greatest debates.

“I think he had a profound sadness in him,” says Marc Abraham, writer and director of the new biopic. “Tom [Hiddleston, the actor portraying Williams] puts across that impending sense of doom. Hank felt there was something bad around the corner.”