If you’re certain that your nation’s future is secure, you need to read Ezekiel.
The good news is that God is ready to forgive anyone who repents and seeks him. He will do this “for my name’s sake, not according to your evil ways” (Ezekiel 20:44).
He is calling us to share his truth and grace as his watchmen for this day. He will give us the words to say and the courage to say them. He anoints all he appoints.
In the midst of wildfires that have swept across Northern California and killed at least seventeen people, one survivor told the New York Times: “Our phones were off and our neighbor was relentless in trying to wake us up. . . . She was knocking and ringing our doorbell, and because of her, we got out with our two young children.”
Whose door will you knock on today?
‘Pure devastation’: At least 17 dead as firefighters struggle to contain California fires
The Washington Post
About 180 people are still missing and more than 2,000 buildings have been destroyed by the deadly wildfires. Read the full story
Jim Denison, Ph.D., speaks and writes on cultural and contemporary issues. He produces a daily column which is distributed to more than 113,000 subscribers in 203 countries. He also writes for The Dallas Morning News, The Christian Post, Common Call, and other publications.