Last night, God gave me a vision of a man, the generic type that you might find on a public restroom door.
He was at a bus shelter waiting for his bus.
What struck me as significant was not his form, but his pose. He had one arm on the back of the seat and he was slouched lazily against it.
He had made himself comfortable as if in for a long wait. When his bus arrived in only a few minutes the man was taken by surprise and quickly jumped on board.
These past few days I’ve been reflecting on a song that we sang in church on Sunday. The line that got me was; Servant and King, rescued the world, this is our God.
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Today I was pondering our values as a society.
I was pondering how alcoholism, drug abuse, sexual immorality, flagrant rebellion and the worship and elevation of ‘self’ have become not only accepted, but the new norm.
How did this happen?