shalt be visited [paqad] of the LORD [Y@hovah] of
hosts [tsaba'] with thunder [ra`am], and with earthquake [ra`ash], and great [gadowl] noise [qowl], with storm [cuwphah] and
tempest [ca`ar], and the flame [lahab] of devouring ['akal] fire ['esh]. KJV-Interlinear
6 you will be
visited by the LORD of hosts with thunder and with earthquake and great noise, with
whirlwind and tempest, and the flame of a devouring fire. ESV
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If you examine history, there is no such incident having already occurred, such as has been described in this passage. That therefore, assigns this series of events to the future. The Sennacherib siege has been the more prominent siege in the history of Jerusalem, and even though in a single night, that army was decimated, it was not so destroyed as described in this verse.
So, when the end times arrive, and when Jerusalem is surrounded and being hammered until it seems like the very end is near and all hope is lost, two things are going to occur.
First, and not mentioned here but mentioned elsewhere, there is going to be a great repentance of attitude toward Jesus Christ.
That attitude change may occur during the siege or it may occur in the weeks and months prior, but it will occur.
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