“On that day, men shall fling away, To the flying foxes and the bats, The idols of silver And the idols of gold Which they made for worshiping.” Isaiah 2:20
BIN: A new quarter minted by the U.S. Treasury features an image that was benign several years ago when the coin was designed, But in our current coronavirus reality, the coin precisely evokes Isaiah’s inexplicable end-of-days imagery.
A ceremony on the island nation of Samoa took place on February 13, as the coronavirus was raging around the world. Held in the National Park of American Samoa in Utulei, American Samoa.
The ceremony celebrated the minting of a new U.S. quarter featuring, of all things, a bat. Read More …
Opinion: Isaiah 2:20 NKjv
“On that day, men shall fling away, To the flying foxes and the bats, The idols of silver And the idols of gold Which they made for worshiping.”
When the Lord’s vengeance comes ‘on that day’ or ‘the day of the Lord‘, men’s hearts will fail them as the world is shaken. Men will be terrified as they throw away worthless idols and run into caves because the Lord is shaking the earth.
Sound like today? It’s not yet, because the ‘day of the Lord’ is the tribulation, or a 7 year period when God will turn His attention to saving Jacob (Jeremiah 30:7).
It is the time of trial that Jesus spoke of in Revelation 3:10. He promised the faithful church would be kept from (Greek ek out of), and it is the time of trial for the descendants of Jacob when God will save Israel (Romans 11:26).
The bat imagery in this day is in a word … prophetic