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I know that many of us wonder why the righteous suffer while the wicked prosper. The Hebrews of the Old Testament wondered the same thing. They did not know of a time that would come when the righteous in God would be taken up into heaven and live with Him in paradise for eternity. Although it may seem at times that there is no vindication in this world, we have the blessed assurance of spending eternity with Jesus. I believe that when we have a better understanding of this principle, we can find peace in our time of suffering on earth. I urge you, brothers and sisters, to read this, gain understanding about it, and share this knowledge with those whom you know are suffering. In Joshua, God says, "I will never leave you nor forsake you" (Joshua 1:5, NIV). God has a purpose and His plan is above our thoughts and earthly perception. No matter what you may be going through, know that God is in charge and His ways are not our ways and His thoughts are not our thoughts (Isaiah 55…
Inthe era of Postmodernity, no
one facet of the humanized culture has been more accepted, more revered, and
yet has caused more damage than the quest for human control. The human mind
desires to be in control of everything, from creation and sustenance, to
degradation and death. The quest for control has driven many a man to his wits
end and several to an early grave. “Perhaps nowhere is this sense of human
control more evident than in reproductive technologies” (Hollinger p. 96). The influence
and implications for Christian ethics that man’s need for control is having is
the reduction of God as the world’s Sovereign. If one desires to have children
and cannot, they hurry off to a fertility clinic. Likewise, if one is pregnant and
desires not to be, they hurry off to an abortion clinic. No one trusts God’s
will and His plan for their lives. We live in this era of Postmodernity as if God
has somehow lost control over the world and the people in it. A positive
feature to man’s determinat…
Jonah 4:2: He prayed to the LORD, 'Isn't this what I said, LORD, when I was still at home? That is what I tried to forestall by fleeing to Tarshish. I knew that you are a gracious and compassionate God, slow to anger and abounding in love, a God who relents from sending calamity'" (NIV).
My family and I were discussing the story of Jonah last night. As we discussed the story, we noticed how much hatred Jonah had towards the people of Nineveh. By nature, Jonah had every right to feel the way he did. The Ninevites had been repulsively brutal in the treatment of the Jewish people. The Ninevites were a ruthless people whom showed no mercy on and had no respect for human life. There are stories from history that describe how the soldiers of Nineveh stacked the decapitated heads of their victims' corpses in shapes of pyramids as a symbol of victory to themselves and as a message to their enemies. There are incidents where the skins of human flesh were peeled off as a t…