Worshipful Wednesday: Lessons from the Past

Today’s world is no better than the past. It seems like what happened in the past is happening right this time. I fear that the world will fall like Sodom and Gomorrah. I fear that the world will be like Hitler’s time or the two World Wars. I fear that we, human beings, have reach the point where we do everything for the so-called freedom that the history will repeat itself. And we cannot do anything about it but be imprisoned by the “freedom” set by the world.

“The Word of God is our mirror and all of history testifies to His sovereignty and wisdom in the precepts and laws He gave to free us. Boundaries and limits were set to bless us, but man, tempted by the enemy to pridefully think he knew better, supplanted God’s truth and replaced it with lies. There is nothing new underneath the sun.”

Seeing Deep Blog by Denise Pass

Photo Credit: cover of book edited by Jon Quinn & Warren Berkley Photo Credit: cover of book edited by Jon Quinn & Warren Berkley

Psalm 78:2-7

2 I will sing a song that imparts wisdom; I will make insightful observations about the past.  3 What we have heard and learned–that which our ancestors have told us– 4 we will not hide from their descendants. We will tell the next generation about the LORD’s praiseworthy acts, about his strength and the amazing things he has done. 5 He established a rule in Jacob; he set up a law in Israel. He commanded our ancestors to make his deeds known to their descendants, 6 so that the next generation, children yet to be born, might know about them. They will grow up and tell their descendants about them.  7 Then they will place their confidence in God. They will not forget the works of God, and they will obey his commands.  8 They would not be like their ancestors– a stubborn…

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