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Step Up and Be Bold

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Step Up and Be Bold
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In Psalm 13:2, listen to what King David says: “How long shall I take counsel in my soul having sorrow in my heart daily? How long will my enemy be exalted over me?”

We are indeed living in a season of sorrow. Opioid addiction, teen suicide, and social division are just three alarm bells going off and telling us that our nation is in deep trouble. It’s because we have rejected the words and the ways of God. It is safe to say that our practices and words lead us as a society into defeat.

It’s not too late to get up and return. As believers in Christ, we must speak to this generation on God’s behalf. It’s time for us to step up and be bold.

It’s time to pray.

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Our Time Is Short

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Our Time Is Short
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Jeremiah 2, verses 11 and 13: “Has a nation changed its Gods which are not Gods? But my people have changed their glory for what does not profit. For my people have committed two evils. They have forsaken me, the fountain of living waters, and hewed themselves cisterns, broken cisterns that can hold no water.”

The prophet Jeremiah wept with a broken heart over the people of his time, who, having forsaken God, had no idea of the unsolvable hardship that lay just before them. The arrogance of the stubborn and fallen human heart repeatedly believes, contrary to the evidence of history, that God’s ways can be mocked and rejected without consequence.

Today we would do well to learn from the ashes of their former societies. In America today, our time is short.

It’s time now to pray.

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