I’m reminded over the past few days that I have no tolerance for lawlessness and chaos.
Sadly, I’ve learned over the past few days that many seem fine with lawlessness and chaos, as long as it helps achieve some objective.
I’m reminded over the past few days of just how precious life is – every life. Black, white, brown, pre-born, and how each of these deserve to be protected.
I’m reminded over the past few days that government leaders are human beings in need of prayer support from the faithful.
I’m reminded over the past few days that my political views differ greatly from those of many people important to me, and that I still treasure their friendships.
I’m reminded over the past few days that evil is ready to take God’s place when we open the door and invite it in. We see this playing out in many great cities across our country.
I’m reminded over the past few days that this is my Father’s world, and even in the midst of human chaos, Jesus is on His throne.
I’m reminded over the past few days of just how vast and ripe is the harvest of souls for Christ; that He loves each and every one of them, and how badly I want to be salt and light to this lost and fallen world.
I went to bed angry last night. I woke up angry this morning. This is no way to live. My prayers this morning are for our nation, our elected officials, and for those charged with keeping the peace. I also pray that we Christians would rise above the fray and be Jesus to our world. We can do better. We must do better. In Christ, we will do better.
Soli DEO Gloria.
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