God has told us repeatedly that He doesn't change.
Therefore, when it comes to God's promises, we need only to examine
the past to see what He will do in the future. When God was going to
kill the rebellious people with the flood, He protected Noah and his
family through a combination of Noah building the ark and making
sure that it stayed afloat during the flood. Daniel and his friends
received divine protection in Babylon; the only thing that they had
to furnish was faith in God. Herod had the apostle Peter arrested
and sentenced to death but he was protected through the prayers of
the church members. The twelfth chapter of the Book of Revelation
contains seven different messages about the past and the future.
When we understand each segment correctly, we find that God is not
going to operate any differently than He has done in the past. We
can't stop the events mentioned in the Bible concerning the end
times, but at the same time, God will not abandon believers in
Christ to their own fate. Our part in God's program is to reject
fear, move in faith and leave the rest to Him. God wants you to rise
up and claim His promises in faith. Remember, Jesus Christ is the
same yesterday, today, and forever.