Sunday, April 26, 2009

David's Prophesy

Focus verses: Psalm 14

Reading this psalm it feels like David had a crystal ball into our world today. The fool says in his heart "there is no God."

If there is no God, there is no absolute right or wrong. From this we get situation ethics and tolerance of virtually every perversion in the name of diversity. "It's not right for me, but it may be right for you." What balderdash!

There are no more two kinds of right than there are two kinds of straight line. A thing is right or it isn't. A line is straight or it isn't.

We try God's patience with our waffling about right and wrong. In fact, we've waffled so long that there is no sense of wrong any more. Our society is in complete moral decline. It will take concentrated repentance and prayer to turn this fatal slide around.

But He has promised that if His people repent and pray, He will hear and will heal the land.

Father, God,

Help us to see Your absolutes with clarity. Give us the humility and heart to repent and pray for our nation.
In Jesus' most precious name.

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