Nations thoughout the world are facing severe economical hardships. Foreclosures and unemployment appear to have no end in sight. So what are we to do? One thing we cannot do is give up hope, for we must believe that things will get better.
Man needs to continue the search for a jobs and homes because once a person stops, all hope stops. The words, “keep hope alive” means that hope must be stimulated, it just doesn’t stay within man, but by believing in a better tomorrow, that hope keeps churning. Man must not be too proud to do what he may have never done before. For example, if working at Burger King was unimaginable; a man must be prepared to work there.
In other words, the phrase “Ain’t too proud to beg” is the way to go. And last but not least, remember to make time for God. In the past, there has been too much emphasis on making money and no time for the Lord and that kind of conduct must stop (Proverbs 1:20-33; Deuteronomy 28:1-68).
There has been a lot of talk and investigation about the Amtrak train crash which killed 8 and injured about 200 people. And rightly so, there should be lots of talk and much investigation because people are dead or injured!
We heard the engineer was driving too fast at the Frankford Curve, and that might have been true. But there is another thing which supposedly took place that fateful night which makes no sense and has no right to be found on earth. That stupid act is throwing rocks at the trains traveling that route! How in the world could anyone do that? Such an act endangers operations and places lives in jeopardy. No one has come forward and confessed their part in the rock throwing and I don’t suppose they ever will. But the Lord will deal with them in His way and at His time. Be it known to those rock throwers that they helped make the tragic events of that night come to past. May it bear on their conscience about the lives ruined by their so-called just having some fun with stones. The word of God teaches men will reap what they sow (Galatians 6:7-8; Proverbs 26:27).
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Here are four things that men will not be saying once they end up in Hell.
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Thomas asked Scott why he doesn’t use profane language, to which Scott replied; “it costs more then I can afford.” Now maybe you are puzzled by all of this, so allow me to explain what Scott meant.
Scott had some knowledge of the word of God, and he knew that words aren’t free. Like a credit card, man’s use of them will have to be paid one day. Jesus Christ said, “But I say unto you, That every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment, For by thy words thou shalt be justified, and by thy words thou shalt be condemned” (Matthew 12:36-37; Jude 14-15).
Scott doesn’t use profanity because he doesn’t want to answer to the Lord on Judgment Day and have those words condemn his soul to a burning Hell.
Next time you hear someone use an obscenity, be sure to remember what you have learned today. Can that person afford what they just said?
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In 2 Samuel 13:1-20, we read of a man who met a girl, sweet talked her, had sex with her, and afterward treated her like a dog! This happen centuries ago, and it is still happening today because some females are just too gullible. These women are suckers for sweet talk and a smooth smack-talker will sweep them off their feet.
And after the sex, these women will see that they have been used. Ladies wise up! Talk is cheap! Where is the substance in the man? You must respect yourself because if you don’t respect yourself, no man is going to.
Here are somethings I hope you will keep in mind, before you take that man to meet your parents are or get very serious.
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