How I talk about people who wronged me, How my attitude toward people of authority, How unforgiving and rebellious I am, is revealed so very openly. I fall short, God teaches me that. Tonight, completely relying on Jesus’ grace only, I call God to work in me. Tonight I want to dive deep in the ocean of God’s Godhood….
Peace to y’all, good night.
When Jesus comes back the second time, he isn’t coming to sprinkle love dust on everyone. He’s coming to make war on sin and rebellion.
Do you believe in that Jesus?
학교가는 청구역. 반대편 전철이 출발하면서 이편에 서있는 내게까지 그 육중한 몸의 진동을 전한다. 사람을 많이 실은 그 차의 존재감. The weight and its vibe. 그리고 생각한다. 많은, 모든, 사람을 지으신 하나님의 무게. And HIS vibe. 예수 안에서 담대히 나아가 그 분을 뵈올 그 날을 기대한다.
Intelligence with no purpose of gaining an answer leaves a man crazy, in a bad sense.
—reading ch.5 of
‘Then do. At once. Ask for the Bleeding Charity. Everything is here for the asking and nothing can be bought.’
1. Once he asked me to judge him to judge me. He knew how to play games smart.
2. I need to be childlike—not childish.
A simple life sounds good.
3. Why does faith not remain as it is but need constant tests to prove it afresh?
(I’m not really asking.)
Egypt at the Tipping Point
Millions of Egyptians are currently on the streets of Tahrir Square in Egypt, demanding that Islamist President Mohammed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood government step down.
The people are sick of his increasingly clear Islamist agenda and his economic mismanagement. The Morsi government has been brutal towards Christians and they have joined in the protests.
Recently, Morsi warned he would use the military against the crowds to restore order if he was threatened.
Well, one hour ago, the military came on the official government TV channel of Egypt (channel 1), saying that Morsi had to deal with the unrest in 48 hours or they will step in.
This seems to be great news but we worry that this could be a Morsi strategy to crush the protests while giving himself political cover. The Muslim Brotherhood has been waiting in the wings for 80 years—they will not go down without a fight and they are absolutely not afraid to use brutality.
Egypt stands on a precipice and whether it tilts toward an Islamic State or a democratic and free one is being worked out in the streets as you read this. The Islamists have been brutal towards Christians throughout their first year of power. If they are not deposed, the future is extremely bleak.
Please stop and pray fervently for Egypt. Pray for democracy so that the Christians, secularists, and moderate Muslims can live in peace.
Please spread this widely.
Prayer and the Lord are the true hope of the people as they face a foe that is organized, well-funded, politically savvy, and willing to use violence.
Sincerely in Christ,
Jeff King President, ICC