On September 2, 1945, President Truman announced, Japan had surrendered, and World War II was over. All of America was celebrating, A Sailor was so happy, he ran around Time Square of New York City, kiss and embracing every lady he saw. A photographer, saw the sailor kissing random women and quickly snapped a photo as he was kissing a nurse. There were celebrations in Washington DC, Chicago, Kansas City, and Miami. Many Americans were so happy, they thought that war would never end, soldiers and sailors were dying at the rate of 800 per day. American was at war with Nazi Germany and Japan; Hitler committed suicide when he saw he was losing, and Germany surrendered on May 7, 1945. Japan was desperate to win, willing to fight to the very last man. The US dropped two atomic bombs that could kill a vast amount of enemies at once, So Japan that enough, so they surrender. All Americans had a common enemy, Nazi Germany, and Japan; when the war machine of both of them ended, all the people of the United States celebrated. Americans were dancing and kissing strangers, people they really didn’t know, and they didn’t care! The war was over, and peace had begun. Victory Day ( V-Day) is a perfect time in US history to explain Proverbs 11:10 when people have the same enemy and that enemy is crushed, a celebration will break out! Brothers and sisters of Christ have a common enemy, the Devil, and those who do his will. When the Devil is crushed permanently a celebration will happen and the book of Revelation has a different scripture that gives praise to the Lord for His victory. All of heaven rejoices, believers of all ages, Adam and Eve, with their son Abel, Abraham and Moses, the Apostle Paul with Peter. God the Father, the Son Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit, celebrating with all the kingdom of heaven. Singing, shouting and dancing, kissing and hugging, like such that has never been seen, but will last for all eternity, Amen! The only difference in Heaven, no one will be strangers; we will all know, we are brothers and sisters and in the family of God. You can also participate in the victory celebration, If you want to how, ask and I will help you. God bless you all, the Bridegroom; Jesus loves you, and so do I. Samuel J Head.
Revelation 18:20-22 Rejoice over her, O heaven, and you saints and apostles and prophets, because God has pronounced judgment for you against her.” 21 Then [c]a strong angel picked up a stone like a great millstone and threw it into the sea, saying, “So will Babylon, the great city, be thrown down with violence, and will never be found again. 22 And the sound of harpists, musicians, flute players, and trumpeters will never be heard in you again; and no craftsman of any craft will ever be found in you again, and the sound of a mill will never be heard in you again;