Rock a bye, baby
My wife and I were a couple of stories beneath the ground yesterday and told that until we walked back up several flights of stairs, there would no cell phone service. With a broad cross-section of age, gender and race of people, you'd think that notice might be concerning, but most people clapped when they heard the news. You see, we were among mostly older and godly people in the large screen Pink Palace theater to see a documentary on Jerusalem in 3D.
Seldom do I watch National Geographic or the History Channel's productions because of the atheistic, socialistic, new-age and anti-God bias they show. What we saw yesterday confirmed my conviction. It was a feeble geopolitical attempt to prove that Jerusalem belongs to men and their religions. Biblical prophecy tells us that one day Jesus, the Lord of Lords and King of Kings, will walk into Jerusalem and establish His Kingdom on earth. That makes Jerusalem His and not any religion's. What concerns me, however, is that most of the God-fearing people in the theater yesterday seemed oblivious to what was "really" being told them.
NOTE: I just added the word Jerusalem to my topical index and laughed when I saw it came after JEHOVAH and before JESUS. I guess some things are meant to fall in the right place.
Thank You, God, for Your Word, the only way to remain steadfast in faith.
Also: Jerusalem; Religion; Prophecy
This day in past devotionals:
only when a person gets to the end of their effort that they are truly
able to trust God to work. (2002)
God is real (authentication) and can validate someone through whom He
is speaking. (2004)
If we never
pray, how can we know the peace that comes through spending time with
We not only need peace with God, but peace of God. (2006)
Working for Jesus is is not laborious. (2007)
Just because it feels right doesn't make it right. (2008)
Talk is cheap; right actions priceless. (2009)
It's funny how a hypocrite can't see his own hypocrisy. (2010)
Show someone what God hasn't showed them and waste their time and yours. (2011)
There's no need for a Fender to amplify God's Word. (2012)
You will offend someone before you get out of bed. (2013)
God is not enabled by our decisions, but we by His. (2014)
Devotionals began on January 2, 2006 and are the original creation of James R. Green, Prayertower Webservant Content is derived from his alternating
and sequential survey of both the Old and New Testament to offer insight
2. Resources are derived
from daily devotions of James R. Green called, Just Thinkin'... (2000-2003),
Read the Bible Thru in 365 Days (2004), Pray Thru the Word in 365 Days (2005) and One Minute Devotional (2006-2012).
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