I call what we are in a ‘SPIRITUAL DROUGHT’ in New Mexico and all of America. Our sins have more than caught up with us. Sodom and Gomorrah comes to mind.
Aborting God’s babies, rape, sexual addictions, phonography, so called men of God raping children, murder, drug addiction, now pot, assisted suicide, the list is getting longer. Only fools do not beleive in the wrath of God, ramifications for evil behavior. The New Mexico Legislature just passed a bill so you can get booze delivered to your home! Feeding addiction! How very stupid!
“God’s wrath is his love in action against sin.” The Wrath of God explained
When I look at the U.S. Drought Monitor, my heart sinks. Many of you know that I am a gardener. I see trees and shrubs dying all over the Albuquerque area. I am watering our trees and shrubs twice weekly right now, deep watering. Please water your trees and shrubs we need them, they are a vital part of our environment. The problem in Albuquerque is that so much vegetation is surrounded by rock and pavement. During the summer it cooks them. Zero landscape kind’a went overboard here. This week we had a dust storm, from our house it looked like a blizzard of dust in the Sandias. We already have had two fires in the Bosque NM FIRE INFO. Sadly, with all the problems Albuquerque and the state of New Mexico has, I do not think the drought is getting the attention in needs. At our local city park, the roots of all the trees are coming up out of the ground because of the drought. The ranchers in Catron County and many other places in New Mexico need rain very badly. I make a call every year, many times, for TEAM JESUS to pray for rain!
New Mexico, like all of America, is suffering from a SPIRITUAL DROUGHT!
Tony Evans explains it this way…….
He said to me, “Son of man, can these bones live?” And I answered, “O Lord God, You know.”
– Ezekiel 37:3
Spiritual dryness comes when we overextend ourselves and don’t take time to be alone with the Lord. Sin is another reason we feel dry and distant from God. The nation of Judah struggled with both of these problems. They were too busy, and they began to worship pagan gods, knowing all along that the Lord had told them, “You shall have no other gods before Me” (Deuteronomy 5:7). Yet they ignored His command and suffered for it.