It’s all our fault

Many people, especially conservative people, complain about the condition of the world today. They are especially concerned about America’s political system and its leadership. It is true that there are many things that have gone wrong. Gas prices are very high. Our social system is breaking down to the point that immorality is blatantly showing its evil. Young adults are so ignorant about current events. Our educational system has caused students to be dumbed down, not knowing some of the basics. The cost of living is high.

With this and more that could be said, when we take a closer look, it is the fault of those same conservative Christian people who were complaining. For some reason this group behaves in an impotent fashion. They would rather complain than take steps to insist that our society heal itself. In response, we must say that evil triumphs when good men do nothing.

Paul said in 1 Corinthians 16:13, “Be watchful, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong.” God expects us to stand up for the truth and resist evil. How does this compare to what is happening today when parents take their young children to see a drag queen show? How does this compare to our government that has made us so vulnerable to drugs coming across the border? What has happened? How can we say that we as Christians are being watchful, standing firm in the faith, etc. when we have done nothing to resist and overcome evil in our society?

Fortunately, there is a cure for the ills of our world! There is a way to rectify all that has been happening. There is a way to turn our complaints into solutions. Those who profess to be Christians to know Christ as personal Savior must step up to the plate, be strong, and demand that all the evil that has been happening stop immediately. We can look back in history and easily discover how the greatest empires fell because of their own internal weakness. Let us not allow that to be the case for America!

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