A Fresh Perspective


Whom have I in heaven but You?
And there is none upon earth that I desire besides You.
My flesh and my heart fail;
But God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever. Psalm 73:25-26

Psalm 73 has to be one of my favorites because it points to the fact that as a child of God, it is normal to question, to wonder, and yes, to doubt. The writer of this Psalm, Asaph, struggled greatly over the fact that while he was doing his best to serve God, the wicked were seemingly enjoying a continuous state of prosperity. This caused him no small amount of doubt, dismay, and confusion, as I’m sure it does with you and I today when it appears as though the “rich get richer and the poor get poorer”.

To better understand his perspective, it’s important to know a little bit about Asaph. He was was from the priestly tribe of the Levites, and was one of the three men that David had put in charge of the singing part of their worship. In today’s religious circles he would be called a worship leader or a song leader. [1]

Despite his position and his loving relationship with the Lord, it did not prevent him from feeling as though he was getting the short end of the stick. While he was doing his best for the Lord, it appeared to Asaph that the wicked were living better than he was. In other words, if the wicked were prospering while at the same time living life on their own terms, why should he continue to walk the straight and narrow if the wicked were also being rewarded?

Have you ever felt this way? Have you been the person at work who is known for always taking the high road, for example, only to see someone of questionable conduct or character get the promotion? It happens all the time, doesn’t it? It’s enough to make you question what in the world is going on here, or at least say along with Asaph ” Surely I have cleansed my heart in vain“. [2]

Just like Asaph, when we feel unfairly taken advantage of or somehow slighted, questions and doubts begin to formulate in our minds. Our flesh, being what it is, causes us to be envious of the wicked who appear to be rewarded for their deeds, leaving us to wonder about the injustice of it all. Asaph himself said that he was envious of the boastful when he saw the prosperity of the wicked. [3]

The reality is that we live in a fallen world, a world of hurt, pain, and injustice. A world where what is fair and just has been supplanted with undeserved accolades being heaped upon the enemies of those who desire to do good and to follow God. In essence, the world seems to have done a 180 when it comes to what it considers right and wrong, just and unjust. Evil, it would seem, is rewarded while Godliness is reviled in our world today.

All of this of course was spoken about in the Scriptures, so no one should be surprised that it is occurring now. The truth is, none of this is new. It’s been happening for as long as man has inhabited this earth. Even Jesus said that the rain fell upon the just and the unjust. [4]

Still, believers are no strangers to doubts and struggles. After all, we have very real emotions, emotions that can get the best of us at times. It’s important then to remember that we are not robots, programmed to act and feel according to a preset narrative. 

Who doesn’t have ups and downs in their walk with the Lord? Like many of you, I can attest to the fact that sometimes our faith is strong and sometimes it is weak. There are times when we look at the world and it has no attraction for us. Other times it seems that we can’t stop looking and admiring the things of the world. Our humanity dictates that there will be times of strength and times of weakness.

Asaph allowed the seeming prosperity of the wicked to nearly shipwreck his faith. He describes how that in trying to make sense of it all that it became too painful for him. [5] We’re like that too, aren’t we? We can become so fixated on what others have or are doing that it consumes our every thought, causing us to lose sight of the big picture. Focusing on the perceived wrongdoings of others blinds us to the reality that God is the only one qualified to make righteous judgements.

It wasn’t until Asaph went into the sanctuary that God gave him understanding in the matters that were so troubling to him.  It was then that he saw that the end of the wicked was certain destruction. Yes, the wicked certainly do prosper in this life, we see it every day, but what really matters concerning them is the same thing that matters to the righteous: where will eternity be spent?

You might say that when Asaph went to church, he received a fresh perspective on things!

Once God enlightened Asaph regarding the end of the wicked, his heart was grieved and his mind was vexed at how foolish he had been not to trust that the Lord had all of this under control. It wasn’t until after he had entered the sanctuary and enquired of God that he was able to speak the words at the top of this post.

So what’s the lesson in all of this? Well, I think there are many things we can take away from this Psalm, but I want to highlight just three of them:

  1. While it is perfectly normal for us to question the injustice of wicked people prospering while the righteous suffer lack, such things are not for us to judge. God alone is righteous, therefore it is He who determines the fate of us all. This, of course, requires much faith on our part, as well as the strength to focus on our own particular calling.
  2. Sometimes the simple truth is that we need to take things to God in prayer. All of our mental wrangling over things that are beyond our ability to comprehend are best given to God. We can lay awake at night, tormented by a thousand “why’s”, only to have the sun rise upon them the next morning with nothing having been resolved. As Asaph learned, God has a different and higher perspective than we are capable of, and we can save ourselves much anguish by simply letting go of things that are outside of our own lane.
  3. Because it is a normal thing to question and doubt at times, we should use the lesson of Asaph to encourage other Christians when they too have struggles and doubts. This is far better than for us to haphazardly judge them, especially as we see so many struggling today.

I hope that you will take a few minutes today and read the 73rd Psalm in its entirety. In it you will find the answer to one of life’s greatest mysteries. I don’t know about you, but from time to time I need to see things from a fresh perspective.

Have a blessed day,


[1] 1st Chronicles 15: 17 [2] Psalm 73:13 [3] Psalm 73:3 [4] Matthew 5:45 [5] Psalm 73:16

The Balm of Forgiveness


I’m writing this blog for no one in particular, yet it seems appropriate to say I am writing it for everyone.  I am writing it for the person overwhelmed with the guilt of past mistakes. I am writing it for those who have known the depths of discouragement and defeat. I am writing it for those who stumble under the weight of “if only” or “why did I?”. 

Most especially I am writing it for me.

Living, as we do, in a broken world, it is next to impossible to pass through it without accumulating our share of battle scars. Innumerable regrets, a multitude of sorrows, and days of desperation and hopelessness mark the road we have traveled. It’s enough to cause the strongest among us to ask “why bother?”.

The answer is because we have a Father in heaven who loves us and cares for us, and he has promised to never leave us or forsake us (Heb. 13:5). To put it plainly, what we cannot do in and of ourselves, God can. He alone can forgive us and blot out every sin, leaving us to stand before him without guilt.

The Psalmist David experienced the forgiveness of God on several occasions, one of which he wrote about in Psalm 32. This is one of the most beautiful and encouraging Psalms for it speaks of the soul rejoicing in the wonders of God’s grace and mercy. In this Psalm, we see God’s forgiveness of sin, we see Him comforting the sorrowful, and we take from it the knowledge that God is merciful to those who turn to him. 

1 Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven,
Whose sin is covered.
2 Blessed is the man to whom the Lord does not impute iniquity,
And in whose spirit there is no deceit.

3 When I kept silent, my bones grew old
Through my groaning all the day long.
4 For day and night Your hand was heavy upon me;
My vitality was turned into the drought of summer. Selah

5 I acknowledged my sin to You,
And my iniquity I have not hidden.
I said, “I will confess my transgressions to the Lord,”
And You forgave the iniquity of my sin. Selah

6 For this cause everyone who is godly shall pray to You
In a time when You may be found;
Surely in a flood of great waters
They shall not come near him.

7 You are my hiding place;
You shall preserve me from trouble;
You shall surround me with songs of deliverance. Selah. Psalm 32;1-7.  NKJV

As David found out on more than one occasion, unrepentant sin is like having a huge weight around your neck. It wears you down and will eventually destroy you. The “heavy hand” that David speaks of is the conviction of our heart, and it will not go away unless God takes it away. Oh, how I thank God that in his compassion he removes our sins and casts them into the depths of the sea! (Micah 7:19)

If you’re carrying a heavy load of guilt and shame, you don’t have to carry them any longer. Jesus Christ bore your guilt and shame on the Cross, releasing you to live in freedom. All you need to do is turn your heart towards the Lord and ask Him to forgive you.

Have a blessed day!


Attending church in Canada will cost you $880


I’ve been saying for some time on this blog that the church in North America will not always be free from persecution. Since I became a Christian nearly 45 years ago, I have held to the belief that the days of Christians freely going to worship God at the church of their choice would one day come with a price tag.

Well, the wait is over. As of now, attending church in Ontario Canada will cost you $880. That is the cost of each fine handed out to the 47 worshipers at the Aylmer Church of God in Aylmer, Ontario Canada who attended services recently in spite of continued threats from the government not to assemble in Church.

Apparently Ontario Premier Doug Ford is no fan of the church, as he has declared it illegal for the citizens of Ontario to gather in groups of more than 10 people for “non-essential” activities like attending church. I guess that means that groups deemed “essential” can still gather in groups of more than 10 people??

What is most intriguing about all of this is that while Ontario has been on lockdown for almost a month and has had just over 6,000 Covid deaths over the past 11 months, all but 230 of those deaths occurred in ages 60 or greater, and nearly all of those in nursing homes. So with a population of 15 million they have had an average of 552 Covid deaths per month. Yes, of course even one death is too many. I doubt anyone would argue that. Yet these numbers pale in comparison to the number of innocent babies aborted in Ontario. Hmmm….no outrage about that in Ontario.

What’s the real issue here? There is something sinister going on in Ontario in regards to the Christian church when the police act like Gestapo agents working under the cover of darkness to issue fines to people. It is obvious that the church has been singled out for persecution, as fines were also issued to people who sat in their cars or were in the church parking lot.

I am of the firm belief that the enemies of God’s church have been handed the perfect excuse to enact this persecution in the form of Covid. In the United States we have seen numerous instances of governmental interference of the right to worship, with more occurring weekly. Could anyone forget the images of thousands of maskless demonstrators terrorizing our communities, of whom hardly any were prosecuted, yet states governors ordering the closing of churches under the guise of preventing the spread of the virus by assembling to worship?

We are entering a dark and dangerous time when the freedom to worship is so easily denied those who wish to gather to exercise their right to do so. We must understand that what just happened in Ontario is no mere ruling out of concern for the health and welfare of its citizenry. No, what we are now witnessing is the embodiment of Paul’s discourse on spiritual warfare.

For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Ephesians 6:12. KJV

My earnest prayer for the church is that she will open her eyes to the truth about what is currently happening and to that which is soon to happen to those who will remain faithful to Christ. We cannot afford to walk around with spiritual blinders over our eyes any longer.

The days are coming my friends when $880 will seem to be a paltry sum to pay for the privilege of worshiping our Lord. I leave you with a final thought about the high price we must be willing to pay as children of God.

And there went great multitudes with him: and he turned, and said unto them, If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple. And whosoever doth not bear his cross, and come after me, cannot be my disciple. Luke 14:25-27. KJV

Have a blessed day,


This says it all

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I came across this several weeks ago and thought it worth sharing with everyone.


And that, dear friends, sums it up nicely I think. It’s long past time to stop playing the blame game for all of society’s ills. It’s time that we own our own sinful choices and acknowledge that we need to repent.

It’s a place to start….

Which is Greater?


The sins of the nation, or the sins of the Church?

Say what you will, but the Almighty never called the House, the Senate, or the White House to be the standard bearer of righteousness to a nation. That high calling rests solely upon the Church. It was the Church that Jesus Christ charged with transforming the world, one heart at a time.

It was to the Church that Jesus said “I know thy works”. It was to the Church that Jesus said “I have somewhat against you, because you have left your first love”. It was to the Church that Jesus said “repent and do the first works or else I will come and remove your lampstand from its place”. It was to the Church that Jesus said “But I have a few things against you”. It was to the Church that Jesus said “I have not found your works perfect before God”. It was to the Church that Jesus said “So then, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will vomit you out of My mouth”. (Scripture references taken from Revelation chapters 2 and 3.)

The sins of this nation, as great as they are, pale in comparison to the sins of a complacent, sin-abiding, and dead Church. A Church that has not demanded righteousness from within, but instead has found its niche in bed with politicians, power brokers, financiers, and purveyors of spiritual wickedness in high places. A Church content to look the other way as millions of innocent babies are torn apart in the womb. A Church so emaciated and complacent, so utterly powerless to stand against the forces of Satan that are raging against her, that one has to wonder if the church of Laodicea shouldn’t get a free pass for its sins. A Church without any fight left in it. A Church that frankly Jesus Christ must weep over continually.

A Church comprised of you and me.

You tell me: which is greater? The sins of the Church or the sins of the nation?

For the time has come for judgment to begin at the house of God; and if it begins with us first, what will be the end of those who do not obey the gospel of God? 1st Peter 4:17 NKJV


Who But God?


Have you ever thought about what it took for God to orchestrate the birth of Jesus Christ? I mean really thought about it? Well if you haven’t, pull up a chair and come along with me on a journey that tells the story of how God did the impossible time and time again, leaving us to wonder “Who But God”?

Shortly after the creation of man, Adam and Eve disobeyed God, thus bringing sin into the world. The stain of this original sin would be passed onto every person born. To rectify this, God tells us that a Savior would come from the seed of the woman, Eve.

And I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your seed and her Seed; He shall bruise your head, and you shall bruise His heel.” Genesis 3:15 NKJV

Though it seemed that Satan had the upper hand, God intervened immediately and said that this seed would be the one that would crush, or bruise the head of the serpent. This seed, of course, refers to Jesus Christ. Moses, under the anointing of the Holy Spirit, wrote these words almost 1500 years before the birth of Jesus Christ. All of which leaves us to ask “Who But God”?

Later on in the book of Genesis we find a man called Abraham. This man loved God more than anything or anyone. In fact, Abraham was willing to leave everything he knew just to obey God. He was even willing to sacrifice his son Isaac if that was what God wanted him to do. Sound familiar? It was through Abraham that God said He would bless all the people of the earth.

I will bless those who bless you, and I will curse him who curses you; and in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed.” Genesis 12:3 NKJV

God made a promise to Abraham that he would make of him a great nation, and that all people on earth would be blessed through him. This great blessing upon mankind points to the One who would redeem people from every tribe, tongue, and nation on the earth. One look at the genealogy of Jesus demands that once again we ask, “Who But God”?

Over 700 years before the birth of Jesus, a prophet by the name of Isaiah said that there would be a sign given to mankind to let them know that a Deliverer would one day come to Israel.

Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign; Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel. Isaiah 7:14 KJV

This scripture points to the impossible, that a virgin would conceive a child. In all of human history, this is the only occasion where such a thing has happened, leaving us to marvel and ask, “Who But God”? This scripture reveals one of the many names associated with Jesus Christ: Immanuel. I love this name because it literally means God with us. This points to both His humanity as well as His divinity.

So precise was God’s plan that 800 years prior to Jesus being born, He told us the exact name of the town where His Son would be born.

But you, Bethlehem Ephrathah, though you are little among the thousands of Judah, yet out of you shall come forth to Me The One to be Ruler in Israel, whose goings forth are from of old, from everlasting.” Micah 5:2 NKJV

This might be a good time to interject a comment for those who may be reading this and are on the fence about whether or not you believe any of this. “Who But God” could speak through the prophet Micah to let the world know the exact name of the little town where the Savior would be born?

O little town of Bethlehem
How still we see thee lie!
Above thy deep and dreamless sleep
The silent stars go by
Yet in the dark street shineth
The everlasting Light
The hopes and fears of all the years
Are met in thee tonight

Finally, lets look at another Old Testament prophet who foretold the coming of the Savior. About the same time as Isaiah prophesied that a virgin would conceive, a prophet named Hosea wrote what could only be described as a reference to a future event about the Redeemer.

When Israel was a child, then I loved him, and called my son out of Egypt“.

This verse is very interesting because it looks back to Egypt, where Israel was held captive for over 400 years, but it also looks forward to a time when the Son of God would be called out of Egypt. Matthew recalled this prophecy as he recounted the events of Jesus earthly family fleeing to Egypt to escape Herod.

When he arose, he took the young child and his mother by night, and departed into Egypt: and was there until the death of Herod: that it might be fulfilled which was spoken of the Lord by the prophet, saying, “Out of Egypt have I called my son“. Matthew 2:14-15 KJV

“Who But God” could have decreed this event to such an extent? Think of the almost 2000 year history of man that led up to the birth of Christ. How many wars did Israel and Judah fight? How many times did God intervene on their behalf? How many kingdoms were subdued in order for the next in line of Judah’s kings take their place on the throne, all while knowing that there was yet to be a future King of Judah that would rule the world?

The story of Christ’s birth is miraculous on many fronts. From the beginning where God reminded Satan that there was coming a “seed” that would crush him, to all the Old Testament prophets who spoke of His coming, we are left to marvel at the awesome power of the only God who could bring all of this to pass.

This Christmas I am humbled by the sheer majesty of the Almighty. So much so that I am left without words, except to say “Who But God”?

Merry Christmas everyone!


The Branch of Righteousness

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“Behold, the days are coming,” says the Lord,
“That I will raise to David a Branch of righteousness;
A King shall reign and prosper,
And execute judgment and righteousness in the earth.
In His days Judah will be saved,
And Israel will dwell safely;
Now this is His name by which He will be called:


These two verses (5-6) from Jeremiah chapter 23 were no doubt encouraging to a nation steeped in sin and suffering from deep corruption within the religious hierarchy of the day. Judah and Israel would soon fall into bondage, the promised punishment for their having abandoned the commands of God. Chaos was the order of the day, and lawlessness prevailed on an unparalleled scale. Yet even in the midst of their backsliding, God was looking to a new day.

I am reminded of these comforting verses as we approach the day in which we celebrate the coming of the promised Messiah. “Behold, the days are coming” remind us that the evil and injustice we see in our world today will not always be. Because of the Branch of Righteousness that came as the Redeemer of mankind, a better day is coming. And you and I are the beneficiaries.

This is why I have hope for the future. To be clear, my hope is not centered on this life, but the life which is to come. Because of God’s Branch, I have hope that one day Godly judgment will be the norm. I have hope that the day will come when the voice of crying will never be heard again. I have hope that one day there will never be another loved one leave us because of death.

“Behold, the days are coming,” says the Lord.

I’m ready. How about you?

Have a blessed day,


Sound Familiar?


Conspiracy theories abound today whenever the words “Corona, Pandemic, or Virus” are tossed around. Like everyone else, I have my own thoughts about the reasons why this very real virus was unleashed upon the world. Without going into those reasons (since this post isn’t really about that), suffice it to say that this virus is serving a purpose largely lost upon the entire world.

What is that, you ask? I believe the fallout from this virus is a precursor to the mark of the beast that Jesus spoke of in the book of Revelation. More to the point, I believe this virus serves to condition humanity to accept something they otherwise would not accept by withholding goods, services, medicines, and even food unless one accepts the terms imposed upon them.

Just in case you think that sounds a bit too far-fetched, you should know that Israel is already working to “motivate” their citizenry to take the vaccine in January. Their plan is actually quite simple: take the vaccine and you are free to do as you please. Refuse the vaccine and your life will never return to normal.

‘We won’t force vaccine; but here’s what we will do’ – Inside Israel – Israel National News

From the article:

The issue of how to “motivate” vaccine compliance has generated increasing interest, with commentators such as Mike Cernovich writing: “Government won’t force you to take vaccine. Amazon will. Airlines will. Banks will. You won’t be able to buy, sell, or trade without the vaccine.”

Sound Familiar? Well, if you are a student of God’s Word that last sentence should sound very familiar to you!

He causes all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their foreheads, and that no one may buy or sell except one who has the mark or the name of the beast, or the number of his name“. Revelation 13:16-17 NKJV

Like it or not, agree with it or not, the fact remains that God’s Word has a 100% accuracy rate. It has never failed to be correct. Every specific prophecy either has already or one day will be fulfilled. Not one of them will go unfulfilled. That includes Revelation 13:16-17.

What was once thought of as being far into the future is now on our doorstep, and there is no hiding from it. To be clear, the COVID vaccine is NOT the mark of the beast referred to in Revelation. It is, in my opinion, the prelude to condition humanity to eventually accept this mark.

Rest assured, the world will be watching Israel to see how its citizens react to the vaccine, as well as how they react to the “motivation” to be vaccinated. Here in America, we are very likely to follow the same path of implementation that Israel will take.

Which leads to the question…how much “motivation” will you require?

Have a blessed day!


God Will Make a Way


How many times have I heard it said that “God will make a way”? Thousands of times I’m sure, as have many of you. I’ve used the statement hundreds of times myself when consoling someone or trying to offer hope in a desperate situation.

But what are we really saying when we tell someone that ‘God will make a way’? Are we telling the person that whatever their situation, God will move in their favor? Are we telling them that the rent money will show up somehow or another? Are we telling them that a job is finally coming their way? If in fact that is what we are doing, how do we know for certainty that God will make a way?

Can the statement ‘God will make a way’ be supported by scripture? That’s a great question, and one worth investigating. The answer is that is there are exactly two verses in all of scripture (KJV) that declares ‘God will make a way’. In 1st Corinthians 10:13, the apostle Paul says this: “There hath no temptation taken you but such as is common to man: but God is faithful, who will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; but will with the temptation also make a way to escape, that ye may be able to bear it”. The second example is found in Isaiah 43:16: “Thus saith the Lord, which maketh a way in the sea, and a path in the mighty waters”.

Did you notice anything in particular about those two verses? Here’s a little hint. Neither of them speaks of receiving a financial blessing, or any other materialistic gift. What they speak to is that in the midst of temptation, God will make a way for you to be able to endure that same temptation! When all around you are the rising flood waters of despair, God will make a path through those waters for you.

Think about that last paragraph for a few moments. Whenever the Lord came to the rescue of Israel, it was because they were in trouble. God did not come until they needed his help! In other words, it is true that God will make a way. We have an entire Bible full of examples of this. He is not, however, a genie that we can summon at our command so that he can present to us everything that is on our wish list.

So, what has to happen for ‘God to make a way’ for us? The first thing that has to happen is we must call upon the Lord. The battle is His, after all. Secondly, we have to trust Him. That means we are trusting completely in His Sovereignty to bring deliverance in the manner of HIS choosing, not ours. If you’re like me, there are few things more challenging than letting go of the issue and giving it to God. Yet that is what He demands from us: our complete trust and faith in Him.

If you are dealing with an impossible situation, give it to God. If your back is against the wall and there’s no way out, give it to God. If the Dr. has said there is nothing more I can do, give it to God. In the midst of it all, He will make a way that you might be able to bear it.

You are loved!


Well, Now What?


As I write this, the “official” word has been given that we have a new President-elect of the United States. Depending on your political point of view, this news will be met with either joy, hopefulness, and relief, or with a feeling that America is doomed to slide into the abyss of an eternal inferno at breakneck speed.

It seems that in America these days there is no middle ground, no common territory where all can feel welcome and safe to express their personal opinions. You’re either one of them or one of them, but you better not be one of them!

Long time readers will remember that I’m one of them. I’m one of those who hold to the Biblical viewpoint that God is always working in the affairs of man. This statement from Daniel chapter 22:20-21 sums it up nicely I believe.

Daniel answered and said:

Blessed be the name of God forever and ever,
For wisdom and might are His.
And He changes the times and the seasons;
He removes kings and raises up kings;
He gives wisdom to the wise
And knowledge to those who have understanding

Whatever is to come, rest assured that it will not take God by surprise. On the contrary, this world and all that it contains is encased in God’s eternal plan of redemption for man. Therefore, the results of an election can not alter what the Almighty has already decreed. Whether your favorite candidate won or lost is of no consequence to the Ancient of Days, for He alone knows the end from the beginning.

What then is our role to be in all of this?

To Pray.

Christians are commanded to pray for those in authority. That’s right, praying for our leaders is not optional according to God’s word. Paul said in Romans 13:1 to “Let every soul be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and the authorities that exist are appointed by God“. We are all held to the same standard, meaning every one of us is required to pray for our leaders. You may not like the person in authority, but the word of God says it doesn’t matter. We are to pray for them. Regardless of whether or not you voted for them. We do not get a choice in the matter.

Additionally, our Christian witness and testimony should be one of gratitude and thanksgiving that we live in a nation where we have the opportunity to have our voices heard. If we fully understood just how rare that is, I’d like to think we would appreciate such opportunity even more. We cannot be Christlike only when our candidate of choice is elected to office, for to be so would be hypocritical. What does such an attitude say to the world about us, or our Lord?

Christians in America would do well to remember that God is Sovereign. He rules and reins from His throne over every nation and government, and that includes America. The writer of Hebrews reminds us that God will never leave us or forsake us (Hebrews 13:5). Why would we ever think He would do so now?

The answer to the question of “well, now what” is simple: PRAY.

Have blessed day everyone,


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