Under Attack

I feel it. Do you?

I feel that the values Jesus role-modeled for us as believers are under serious attack in our culture. Loving others, forgiving people, and giving other people grace when they aren’t perfect are all getting lost under mountains of political division and widespread judgement of anybody who doesn’t think like we do.

Jeremiah’s prayer to God echoes some of my concerns. He is praying this while he was confined within Jerusalem which was itself being confined by the Babylonians as they began to attack the city. “See how the siege ramps are built up to take the city,” Jeremiah prayed. ” Because of the sword, famine and plague, the city will be given into the hands of the Babylonians who are attacking it.” Jeremiah 32:24.

I see the siege ramps being built up to take away many of the values that have made our country a great “One Nation Under God’. I see the sword of division, the famine of truth and a plague of fear.

As I pray about this, I hear only one response from God, “I am in control”. God highlights Jeremiah 32:27 for me as I read his Word. “I am the LORD, the God of all mankind. Is anything to hard for me?’

No, Father. Nothing is impossible for you.

Your will be done, Abba Father.

2 thoughts on “Under Attack

  1. Kristin Hamrick

    Hi, Judy.

    I hope you and Dave are well. I so appreciate these posts and today’s message came at a good time for me; I needed to hear it. I know with all my heart that God is in control, yet saddened with “news” of recent world events and the anniversary/memory of 9/11 looming. I just wanted to reach out and say thank you. You are helping so many people with this outreach.

    Love you! 💙

    Kristin

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