Friday’s List To Live By #75

Tuesday’s post, Troublesome Times Are Here, resonated with our readers as it dealt with the current conflict in Ukraine.

Last night I came across a very succinct synopsis with seven points that perfectly complements that post written by my friend and preaching colleague, Doy Moyer, and posted on his facebook page.  It speaks to the issue of trusting God during such difficulties.

I share it with our readers without any editing.

Reminder to Trust the Lord in Troublesome Times

1. The world is always going to act like the world. Don’t be surprised by what we already know.

2. Kingdoms of the world will rise and fall. Wars and conflicts will continue until the Lord comes.

3. The Christian’s mission never changes, regardless of what is happening at any given time in the world. That mission is set and endures to the end.

4. This means, as servants of God, we are to be devoted to prayer, dedicated to holiness, and committed to reaching out to people from all nations and tongues.

5. The kingdom of heaven will endure through all threats and problems associated with the world.

6. The Lord conquers all nations by means of His own shed blood.

7. Judgment will come in the Lord’s time. Jesus’ resurrection is the assurance of our resurrection. Look, then, for the new heavens and new earth in which righteousness dwells.

Thank you, Doy, for this timely reminder.

Remember…

It is better to trust in the Lord
Than to put confidence in man.
It is better to trust in the Lord
Than to put confidence in princes.
–Ps 118:8-9

Trust in the Lord with all your heart,
And lean not on your own understanding;
–Prov. 3:5

–Ken Weliever, The Preacherman

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2 responses to “Friday’s List To Live By #75

  1. Peggy T Hobbs

    Great post and reminder this morning from Doy Moyer. Yes, “troublesome times are here” and we just need to trust that God’s will be done in all things. Continue to pray!

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