So when you pray about the elections, do not just pray for who gets into office. Pray for the heart of our nation, that we have a heart after God’s own heart. Pray that His will be done in this nation.
Who I vote for or even if I vote has nothing to do with whether I am a born again Christian. “But Pastor, aren’t you proud to be an American?” I am! Nevertheless, not nearly as proud as I am to be a Citizen of Heaven.
America is “one nation, under God,” but I’ve found neither of those statements to be quite accurate lately. The “under God” part is clear to see…
When Jesus washed the feet of his disciples he was taking on the form of a servant. He was walking in complete humility. This is our Lord whose Father was the King of the universe.
Today we are going to engage with a topic that is on many of our minds and lips: Black Lives Matter. How would Jesus engage the Black Lives Matter movement?
So many are asking, “What about my rights?” and forgetting to ask, “What is right according to God?” Our calling is not to fight for our rights, but to walk in love and share our faith.