Every day the media takes an opportunity to stir up our outrage. Hate. It’s all over the news. Every crime they paint with the brush of hate. They tell us something must change. The hashtags begin calling for a movement of ending hate.
My heart breaks over hate. But my heart also breaks over the idol of social justice and the lack of truth being spread from the mouths of the ones who have the answer for the cries of the human heart.
The era is upon us where anyone can make a video or post of anything they want. Many of these claim a special knowledge from God or a secret insider knowledge they want to enlighten the world with. This knowledge becomes both captivating and addictive. Thus, we must fine tune our discernment radars.
After the inauguration, I began to see videos circulating claiming “It’s not over yet.” Looking back over the past several months, I noticed a similar theme running through social media threads. Conspiracies and internet rumors about the pandemic, child pornography rings, child sacrifices, political party coups, and the list goes on. My intrigue was piqued because I saw something within the human heart worth exploring.
Join me for a today’s full post where I share how to have hope and peace in a world filled with mysteries and conspiracies.
How specific do you get with God? I lean in the direction of broader prayers. However, I’m growing and desire to become more specific with God. I believe when we narrow our prayers, we see the movements of God with greater clarity. He’s always moving, yet we often miss it. I wonder if we spent more time in the details if we’d have more opportunities to see His amazing works.
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Today I share posts I’ve shared on social media this week. On Forgiveness The enemy, the accuser, stands to remind us of all our past sins so that we bow down under the weight of shame and guilt. But God, full of full send forgiveness, stands on our behalf and says, “Forgiven. Forgiven because of […]