The nation’s primary problem: Americans have forgotten God

6 Responses

  1. dan.w says:

    Well said..We have forgotten God.I have in my travels to my job..felt led to engage conversation with a city employee of a small town,and the next day with a utilities employee.I started the ‘small talk’ about these times we live in,about the stupid mask/social distance thing..about why we changed protocols on handling viruses,etc..then brought the Lord Jesus into the conversation and provided Jesus movies and Christian materials..and hope and action steps.Both of these gentlemen thanked me,and stated this was no accident we met.I told them it was by divine appointment.Both of them felt energized and both were believers like us.Pray for them to impact the world for Christ..God knows their names…

  2. dan.w says:

    I just want to be found faithful..and hear well done good and faithful servant by the Lord.God bless you as well brother John.

  3. dan.w says:

    Father God..Thank You for president Trump…He is a faithful servant Lord..and his decree’s line up in many ways to Your’s.Please continue to bless him and protect him.Use him mightily in this world for You causes..and in the world to come.Breathe Your salvation on him..and guide his family and staff as well.Deep six the Deep state Lord…Amen.

  4. Wayfaring Sojourner says:

    I have a suspicion that a lot of folks who idolize Donald Trump may be in for a huge disappointment come November 4, 2020. Too many evangelicals see Donald Trump as a type of messianic figure. Those people would do well to apply Psalms 118:8 instead. The sovereign Lord may decide to humble those worldly minded Christians with their false illusions of MAGA and give Americans the kind of leadership they deserve. Pseudo Christians are too preoccupied with seeking satisfaction in the temporal things of this fallen world, where as spirit filled Christians tend to be more focused on goals that will have a lasting and positive legacy for time and eternity. I like what the late Charlie Daniels once said.

    ” Any earthly leader or government, no matter how pervasive or powerful are only temporary place holders who will pass into oblivion and be reduced to dust.”

    Get ready for a reality check, America. Regardless of who gets elected as the U.S. President, it appears the next four years will very likely bring with them some interesting–although mostly nerve-racking–times to the inhabitants on planet earth. Our hope should not be in a national revival–it is not in dodging revolution and national self-destruction through one more election cycle. Our only real hope is in the person and promises of the Lord Jesus Christ. I’d like to close with a timely quote by Adrian Rogers.

    ” The Gospel is not intended to save civilization from wreckage; the Gospel is intended to save men from the wreckage of civilization.”

    • JohnMcTernan says:

      You obviously don’t know about the great outpouring of the Holy Spirit throughout America history.
      How about this verse for you: Psalm 144:15 Happy is that people, that is in such a case: yea, happy is that people, whose God is the LORD.