In coffee shops, around dining room tables, or on the phone, sooner or later the subject will arise concerning the sad state of affairs we seem to be in. I am not a political person; in fact, I stay about as far away as possible. I’ve left “those discussions” to the wiser, more informed. But maybe I should say, “Shame on me.”
I asked a question on my Facebook page and have yet to get an answer. Here is my question; “Why did we let them take prayer out of public school?” Then, I asked myself, Who is them? Whom can we blame? I would really like to know.
We spend a great amount of time in our churches and homes studying, listening and, learning. We have all the knowledge to go to battle but become a shrinking violet when it really matters. We will never know our full potential until we enter the battle and take a risk.
Let’s take a look at David. He was a small, wisp of a boy in comparison to the giant, Goliath. Goliath was really insulted when he saw whom the Israelites sent to the front line. He shouted out at him, “Am I a dog that you come to me with sticks? Come on,” he continued, “I’ll feed your flesh to the birds.”
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