I keep thinking nothing will surprise me, but it does.

Hebrews 13:8 Jesus the Anointed One is always the same: yesterday, today, and forever.

As we hit rock bottom with verbal and physical racism incited by politicians and police, coupled with callous killing and selling of newborn life as well as unprecedented levels of socially permissible immorality and religious terrorism on our own soil, I’m trusting in the Shepherd of my soul, The Sovereign Lord Who Was, Who Is and always will Be.

We fail to respect human life, each other, and especially God. 

  • How can it be okay to murder unborn babies and discuss their bodies as if they were merchandise for sale to the highest bidder, which apparently they are?
  • Why can a rich politician-wanna-be decide he’s going to be President of the United States and proceed to insult Mexicans, other politicians, and really anyone else just because his money allows him to buy this privilege?
  • Why has the media covered this rich politician-wanna-be and ignored all the other candidates of both parties running for the highest office in America? The advertising dollar speaks.
  • Why do we allow obscene advertising to entice young minds?
  • Why can American-based terrorists easily buy weapons and murder people in a church and on an American military facility? How is that even possible?
  • Why can the United States “Supreme Court” decide that Ephesians 5:31 really doesn’t mean marriage between one man and one woman as ordained by the God who created us?
  • How can the symbol of American freedom, our White House, be covered with a rainbow that has nothing to do with God’s covenant (Genesis 9:3) with the people he created?
  • Why can police summarily arrest and kill people of color whether they are black, Hispanic or other non-whites?
  • Why are murders, rapes and robberies consistently the lead stories on TV, radio and online morning, noon and night?

On and on…

I keep thinking nothing will surprise me, but it does.


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