Our Only Hope

Psalm 33 20-22 We wait in hope for the Lord;    he is our help and our shield.  In him our hearts rejoice,    for we trust in his holy name.  May your unfailing love be with us, Lord,    even as we put our hope in you.

There are thousands of awake people out there scrambling for solutions to the terrible situation we now find ourselves in, with the entire world heading for a global dictatorship.

I regret to tell you that the solution is not yet coming because we are looking in the wrong place for it.  We, the people have turned our backs on God and until we turn back to him, there can be no solution.  He is the solution.

Read your Bibles and see what happens to nations that turn their backs on God.  See how nations who embrace him are blessed.  If you listen to nothing else today, listen to history.  The entire European continent has a rich Christian history.  Do you really suppose that it is a coincidence that she is in mortal peril, just as she has decided she doesn’t need God?

You must turn back to God today if our nation is to have any hope.  You are the one who can make a difference.  On your decision today, our nation stands or falls.

Why do the nations conspire[a]     and the peoples plot in vain? The kings of the earth rise up     and the rulers band together     against the Lord and against his anointed, saying, “Let us break their chains     and throw off their shackles.” The One enthroned in heaven laughs;     the Lord scoffs at them.

2 thoughts on “Our Only Hope”

  1. I beg to differ in several ways. One cardinal error I perceive in what this article says, and what has been said in christian circles for years, is the equating of the body of christ with a wordly nation. No, I don’t think that europe thrived because of its “rich christian heritage” – at least not if you equate that heritage with organized churches, church buildings and the like. In reality, europe did strive because of the blood of martyrs that stood up for the truth of the gospel and often went unnoticed by the world but well noticed before God. For example, in Germany we hold Martin Luther in high esteem, but how does God see him alongside those anabaptist believers who were drowned to death at the word of the “great reformer” for their insistence in baptism upon faith. We need to turn back to the real gospel, which speaks of a narrow gate and a broad gate, and warns us that the world will hate us as it hated Him. The nations are lost, and to some degree they are lost because the church has kept its pet doctrines and practices instead of simply reading, learning and obeying. Yes, I think judgement is unavoidable and in order. I just hope there will remain enough remnant afterwards to start over again.

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