Great Sermon! Many Christians don't want prayer to be answered. Many want America to have great material gain once more. Believers and unbelievers are clamoring for the same thing.
"Make America Great Again." Daniel prayed for his nation to return to the God of heaven. We must seek God's prominence.
This can only be done by the preaching of the gospel, prayer, and righteous living.
Great Sermon! Terror is everywhere; especially when we are using our freedom to express things destructive to the human spirit.
We fail to remember that we are not wrestling against flesh and blood.
Jesus is still reigning. He is to be exalted. Not sinners.
Great Sermon for Christians! America. A cesspool of thieves, adulterers, money-mongers, deceivers, liars, etc. have embedded themselves among the wheat.
The heart of the king is in the hand of the Lord. Seek God's will. Pray for our leaders.
â€śThis thread could be put back into the late 1800s and look very similar. Some would say don't allow any immigrants in... And others would say let them All in... it's who comes here and how they get here.... If we made the legalization process much smoother and faster, the good ones would have no issue â€¦ . Meanwhile, the bad ones would continue crossing the border because they know if they get tracked,â€¦ . they'll be caught in what they're doing. America has always welcomed immigrants.â€™ European immigrant â€¦ believed this was a better than the country that they came fromâ€¦ Overtime they improve their situations and now their descendants indistinguishable citizens of our countryâ€¦ These Latin Americans are no different... They're willing to pick fruit, pick up trash on construction sites, etc. â€ś
We could use more sound thinking people like you, Just a Guy. Your thoughts are comforting, encouraging, and worthy to be considered by all who claim to have the mind of Christ. There are reasonable and peaceful solutions to the issues we face today. But the proud and unregenerate are unwilling. Their idea of justice is from beneath, and man-made.
People need the Lord and people need to be loved as God in Christ has loved us.
Christopher000 wrote: By the way, NC...I'm not gonna pick on anyone's grammar or sentence structure, etc., because I'm sure you excel in other areas that I would be clueless about. I will ask though if you could try to make your comments more readable, and sensical. Trying to decipher your points, and things being said is an unnecessary waste of time, and if you proofread your comments before submitting them, hopefully you'll see what I'm talking about. The way you've been laying things out seems more like laziness and being rushed, rather than an inability to make better sense, but if it's the latter, just say so and I won't say another word about it.
Tim, Christopher, etc. will you consider spending the day praying for victims of a mass shooting in Squirrel Hill, a heavily Jewish populated area, that occurred today?
I have friends who attend the Tree of Life synagogue. This is where it occurred.
My heart is heavy beyond my capacity to withstand.
Heart Stirring Sermon! Listening to this pastor's teaching makes God's living word experiential as it breaks our will and inclines our hearts toward God's will. It is quick and powerful.
The mere reading of both Isa. 63 and 64 reveals the necessity of God's people to look to him to restore his work among his people.
Praying earnestly and purely for his presence produces insight into the need of the hour. He must rend the heavens and touch our prayers to be revived. He will show us our need.
Oh Lord, our God, we can do nothing unless you turn us. Deliver your people, our brethren. Come down and revive us. Save our children. Ignite our passions for those things concerning righteousness and holiness. And in thy wrath, remember mercy.
Hear our prayers. Let thy work appear unto thy servants, and thy glory unto their children.
And let the beauty of the LORD our God be upon us: and establish thou the work of our hands upon us; yea, the work of our hands establish thou it (Psalm 90:16, 17).
You have placed hope and trust in us and our expectations are of you.
It is time for you to work O Lord.
May God bless us all with the truth of his word as we post. May we strive to have others glorify God. May we be gracious in the words and statements posted. May we post with hearts full
Wayfarer Pilgrim wrote: Does take a bird dog to know anyone affiliated by Sojourners magazine or organization is a leftist front. Thatâ€™s like Matthew Vinesâ€™ deconstruction of Jesusâ€™s teachings- donâ€™t give this the time of day. Weâ€™re asked to have discernment and not to get involved in engaging with people about issues who espouse to false teaching, destructive politics or destructive personal attacks.
Soros and other socialists are in the dark. Our argument is not against man; flesh and blood.
It is better to make people aware of how socialism enslaves men. It makes them careless, lazy, immoral and left feeling useless. It robs men of hope and purpose.
Socialism is evil to the core. George Soros needs to be enlightened to the truth of the Gospel.
Can we believe that God will open a door to witness to this man? Let's pray to God and ask him bring a Christian in his path.
I don't think we should attack, but find a way to tear down wicked, exalted imaginations, etc. Sometimes our posts instill hatred instead of brokenness. We know his state. But we also know God wants us to show mercy and kindness to others.
His heart is in the hands of the Lord as well as kings. He can be made to eat grass as Nebuchadnezzar.