I both appreciate and enjoy the (Arkansas) Baptist News. I am a member of FBC, Kensett. My pastor is Bro. Joe Clement. I turned 83 Aug. 3. I am a retired Sunday school teacher, 1970-2004. My husband, who died Feb. 7, 2012, was a deacon and teacher.
I would like to express my thoughts on all Christians and our place in life as I see it!
As a Christian, what are you a part of – family, church, work, community service, neighbor, public servant, school teacher or leader or some other thing?
Let the Christ in your life speak for you; not offensively (unless the hearer chooses it that way), but firmly stand and encourage unity of Christians in prayer for our nation, in our biblical beliefs and in our wholesome well-being!
In our lifestyle, may we be a witness for our Savior, not a compromise for Satan nor acceptance to get along with opposites! Banding together as Christians to pray for revival, repentance and people to be saved and people listening to God for our own well-being and the preservation of our nation and Israel.
Not just Baptist or any denomination, but all denominations in the name of Christ, praying to evangelize and renew our faith strong in our God (the only true God) and our Savior Jesus Christ!
God’s Word speaks louder than us!
Psalm 33:22: “Let Thy mercy, Oh Lord, be upon us, according as we hope in Thee.”
Psalm 9:17 says, “The wicked shall be turned into hell, and all the nations that forget God.”
Now to the Supreme Court, read this from 2 Samuel 23:3b: “He that ruleth over men must be just, ruling in the fear of God.”
To all, read Psalm 33:12a: “Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord.”