Sound the alarm is to awaken people to the reality of what lies before them. There are many who need to wake up in regards to ungodly ways. There is the filth of ungodliness that is polluting many once godly nations and wrongly influencing the lives of young and old alike. There is a consumption that undermines compliance with God's Word. There is an extreme lack of fear (or reverence) towards the God of our creation.
The prophet Joel cried out: "Blow the trumpet in Zion, and sound an alarm in the holy mountain: Let all the inhabitants of the land tremble: for the day of the Lord comes, it is near at hand" (Joel 2:1). The trumpet was used for various purposes but in this instance; instruction was given, to blow the trumpet because of the seriousness of the crisis that was before them.
The prophet Isaiah was instructed to cry aloud, do not hold back, and lift up your voice like a trumpet. Tell my people their transgressions (Isaiah 58:1). We are seeing many hold back today, in America and other once godly nations, who will not reveal what is happening because they fear a backlash for having done so; or have allowed themselves to be subject to the same. There are those who have grown content in their own ill-conceived sin. They have had their conscience seared with the constant flow of immorality (1 Timothy 4:2).
No wonder America, and other once godly nations, have drifted off course and are headed towards the wrath of God; unless repentance, comes into the forefront. No wonder our younger generation have lost their sense of direction. No wonder many politicians have lost their integrity. Why, because there are those who are holding back, not giving warning concerning the immorality that is flooding the land.
The prophet Jeremiah, in lamenting over Judah, spoke the words of the Lord in saying: "You have heard the sound of the trumpet...but my people are foolish, they have not known me; they have no understanding, they are wise to do evil, but to do good they have no knowledge" (Jeremiah 4:19-22). Jeremiah was witnessing the results of the people's failing to take the Word of God serious.
Can one not see that America, and other once godly nations, being polluted from within; no longer embrace the ways of the Lord? They have allowed the ungodly to flourish and overtake the land. Laws and judgments are being handed down that help facilitate indulgence of ungodly ways. Even our main stream news media, and social media, are helping to promote the ungodliness of man. Indifference abounds; with acceptance of the previously unacceptable, and only a few to sound the alarm to give warning.
Scripture tells us that if the trumpet gives an uncertain sound, who shall prepare himself (1 Corinthians 14:8)? The trumpet was an instrument made from the horn of an animal which was audible at a great distance. It was used by designated watchman who were to sound the alarm when danger approached. It was also used in battle to start an attack, to stop an attack, to pursue the enemy, or to stop the pursuit. Each particular event had a different sound played on the trumpet.
Has America, and other once godly nations, come to a place; they now find themselves in, because the trumpet has not been blown; no one to sound the alarm? Or is it that now the trumpet plays an uncertain sound; and due to the lack of clarity, people are consuming that which was previously forbidden?
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