A Post Made the Paper

For those of you who don’t live in Chattanooga, and for those of you who don’t have Facebook, here is some fun news from the Chattanooga Times Free Press.

Pastors in the area are sometimes asked to contribute so a section of the paper called “Voices of Faith.” Today’s Saturday edition featured a slightly re-written post I wrote for this blog a little while back. It was the third of three entries I submitted – the first two made my stomach upset the more I thought of them.

So, check it out, forward it, or do whatever. I hope it’s a blessing to someone 🙂



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7 responses to “A Post Made the Paper

  1. Amos Lowrance

    Well written and good content. You done yourself proud Amos

  2. Anonymous

    Hmmm…I’ve been seeing several posts about “doubting” lately. Could it be this worrisome election? Will God sustain us if we end up “on the wrong side of history?” (Of course He will!) How can we survive if some people think of us as “deplorable?” (God is our judge!) Must we “change our religion?” NEVER!

  3. Oh my, some doubt just creeped into my alone time with the Lord this morning! I read Romans 13-14 and Psalm 148, daily plan. Then looked at my feed in Twitter (I mainly follow like-minded believers) and saw the latest Wikileaks (about one party feeding false polls info to the media)….so went back and re-read Romans 13:1-5. Then read it in various versions. How could God let liars and cheaters “win” elections and then we have to obey them???? So reached out to others then shut everything down and prayed. God reminded me we get the leaders we deserve! To bring us to repentance, 2 Chronicles 7:14 after all!!! But didn’t we do that in 1996 (when I was first introduced to 2 Chron 7:14), and then again and again at each election cycle???? Oh Lord, have mercy!!!!

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