The Day of the Lord is referenced dozens of times in scripture. It describes a “great and terrible day” when the wrath of God is poured out upon an unrepentant world.

This week, we discuss the characteristics of the Day of the Lord. They include:

  • It comes suddenly (1 Thess. 5:2–4; 2 Peter 3:10; Rev. 3:3, 16:15)
  • It’s a day of darkness (Zeph. 1:15; Isa. 13:10; Joel 2:1–2, 32, 3:15; 2 Peter 3:10; Ezekiel. 30:3)
  • It’s a day of God’s wrath (Isa. 13:9; Isa. 22; Joel 1 & 2; Amos 5; Zeph. 1:14–15; Rev. 11:15–18)
  • It’s a day of battle (Eze. 38 & 39; Zeph. 1:16; Rev. 16:14–16, 19:11–21)
  • God judges the nations (Eze. 39; Isa. 13:11–12; Joel 3:9–14; Oba. 15–16; Mal. 4:1–3)
  • Global destruction (Joel 1:15, 2:3; Zeph. 1:15–18; 1 Thess. 5:3; 2 Peter 3:10)
  • God saves a remnant from Israel (Isa. 2:2–4, 4:2–6, 11:1–13; Zech. 14:16–17; Her. 30:18–31:40; Micah 4; Zech. 13; Joel 2:18–19, 32; Jer. 30:8; Rom. 11:25–27)
  • The death of the “gods” (Isa. 2:18; 24:21–23, 26:13–27:1; Psalm 82)
  • God is exalted in all the earth (Isaiah 2:17; Ezekiel 39:7)

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