We continue to witness to a changing world and a country that has abandoned its walk with God.
One writer this week described our national and spiritual condition as a “cultural Gettysburg,” comparing our condition morally and politically to the time of the great struggle during the Civil War. Whoever won the war, America would never be the same.
This New York Times writer is not a pastor or even a Christian journalist, but he believes the nation is in trouble. The nation will never be the same after this election. The constitution’s purity and the appointment of three Supreme Court Justices will make changes, not for four years, but for 20 or 30 years into our future.
This time in our lives is a living illustration of darkness and light: whether we are walking with God or walking against God.
We are not seeking an easy or broad way. We are not looking for a politically correct answer for a hurting family or city, but we are faithfully pointing them to Jesus, our Lord and Saviour!
Dr. Warren Wiersbe wrote about being willing to accept the challenge to confront the enemy or righteousness. Dr. Wiersbe wrote that we should be available to stand up for Biblical principles.
For his book, he taught from the book of Judges. He compared the past to the present:
- There is no King in Israel
- People are doing what is right in their own eyes
- God’s people can’t seem to work together
- People are in bondage to various enemies in the world
When a man, woman, family, church, city, or nation turns from God, there will be heartache, rebellion, sin, and suffering. God’s hand of judgment is in our future!
Pray together for revival!
You are loved,
Pastor and Muzette