Posted by Lorren on May 11, 2013
It’s easy to point fingers at other people or the ancient Israelites for turning to government for help before they turn to God, but what about us? Do we pray that God will solve a problem before we write Congress or turn to the government to help us?
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In less than a lifetime, Israel went to a nation crying out to God to one wanting to be like other nations. The US is going through a similar process, it seems.
Posted by Lorren on April 6, 2013
Daniel is my favorite Bible character. He is for the letter D in the A-Z Blog Challenge
Posted by Lorren on April 2, 2013
The Bible is out on Blu-Ray and DVD today. It is a must-see.
Posted by Lorren on March 18, 2013
The world’s economies might begin their downward slide this week. Cyprus decided to confiscate people’s money, and other countries might follow their lead. European markets that are already open have already started to tumble. Will the NYSE go downhill this week as well?
Posted by Lorren on February 5, 2013
Do you want nano-particles in your body? It looks like that’s where things are headed. If you’re like me and are against it, there might be some severe backlash against you for it.
Posted by Lorren on January 21, 2013
Pharaoh wouldn’t let the Israelites go. Whether or not the people of Egypt agreed with their leader, they were punished for the actions of their government. The US, and many other countries of the world, are going through similar circumstances.
Posted by Lorren on January 14, 2013
Joseph didn’t know that he was about to lose his freedom when he woke up on the day that he was sold into slavery. The Egyptians didn’t know that they would be losing their freedoms when the famine began. Let’s not lose our freedoms when the hard times come in the future.
Posted by Lorren on January 6, 2013
Abraham had a lot of faith, but when it came to believing that God would give him and Sarah a child, he fell short. We can have faith that God can provide the big things, as well as the small things.
Posted by Lorren on January 5, 2013
Our culture has reached the point where people laugh at the suffering of others and think of vulgarity as entertainment. How did we get to this point? One part of it may be when we began to detach art from morality.