Godliness makes a nation great,
but sin is a disgrace to any people. –Proverbs 14:34
America truly has been an outstanding nation. Recently, we’ve heard politicians say, “Let’s make America Great Again” or MAGA. It’s a very novel idea as America has truly been a light to the world. What has made America so outstanding. Without a shadow of a doubt, the founding fathers and their commitment as believers to build a nation that was founded on the Bible and godly principles.
As we have seen the country stray from it’s founding guidelines, trouble has risen. Sin has crept in. The number of the ungodly has increased along with their perversion.
God keeps America because His people in the nation praying for it. Let us not give hope for our nation. We can and will change our circumstances when we pray. God promises that when He says,
Then if my people who are called by my name will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sins and restore their land. –2 Chronicles 7:14
Luke 12:40 (NASB)
You too, be ready; for the Son of Man is coming at an hour that you do not expect.”
Jesus is coming soon. People are so busy with their business, families, politics, news, and personal activities.
We must remember that when Jesus comes back it will be sudden and unexpected like lightning.
Are you ready?
“If I’m wrong about God then I wasted my
Life. If you’re wrong about God then you wasted you eternity
“God is a Faith God. We are a Faith Family.
We are all born by Faith. We live by Faith.
By Faith we live, breathe, and have our being in Christ.
If there are no Miracles, then there is no reason for Faith.
If there are no Miracles, God can’t answer prayer, because He can’t answer prayer of any character that is not a Miracle.”
Excerpt From “In His Presence” By E. W. Kenyon
“All three of the Godhead are brought into the prayer life.
You are praying to the Father.
You are praying in the Name of Jesus.
You are praying through the Holy Spirit.”
In His Presence
E. W. Kenyon