Warning to the nations.WARNING TO THE NATIONS
This warning is straight from the Bible
Why are the nations getting together so noisily and the people plotting so uselessly? The kings of the earth are taking their stand, and the rulers are planning together against the LORD and His Anointed/Christ saying: “Let us tear their ropes in pieces and throw them away.”
Sitting on His throne in heaven, the Lord laughs and scoffs them. Then he talks to them angrily and by His fury terrifies them: “I installed My King on Zion. My holy hill.”
I will tell about the decree of the LORD: He said to Me, “You are My Son, today I have begotten You. Ask Me and I will give You the nations as Your inheritance and the most distant parts of the earth as your possession. You will break them in pieces with an iron rod and smash them like a potter’s jar.” 1
Now then, you kings, be wise, be warned, you rulers of the world. Serve the LORD with fear and live in dread.
Worship the Son lest He become angry and you perish on your way; because His anger blazes quickly.Blessed are all who find shelter in Him. Psalms 2 AAT
But now Christ did rise from the dead, the first in the harvest of those who are sleeping in their graves. Since a man brought death, a Man also brought the resurrection of the dead. As in Adam all die, so in Christ all will be made alive. But everyone in his own group: first Christ, then, when He comes, those who belong to Christ.
Then the end will come when He hands over the kingdom to God the Father after He has put an end to every other government, authority, and power, since He must rule ad King till He puts all enemies under His feet. The last enemy He will get rid of is death. You see, He puts everything under His feet. When He says: everything is put ;under Him, this clearly doesn’t include Him who puts everything under Him. But when everything has been has been put under Him, then the Son also will put Himself under Him who put everything under the so so that God will be everything in everything. 1 Corinthians 15:20-28 AAT Bold emphasis added