Hunger for God is our Only Hope; Go Where People Are Hungry for God
LISTEN NOW! Greg, John, and Pat discuss how hunger for God is our only hope and how we must be willing to go to those who are hungry. They continue to discuss how hunger is about being consumed with God and having an attitude of gratitude for all He has done. They also discuss how you can damage your own hunger by continuing to try to feed those who have no hunger. People with no need seldom look for answers. They continue to discuss the hunger in the land but they also discuss whether you will have anything to feed those who are hungry. Desperate times are upon us and many will be seeking God, the question is when they come running searching for spiritual food will you have something to give them? There is nothing more beautiful than hunger for God. Instead of being content to live locked up in gated communities we must be willing to go anywhere people are hungry for God. They discuss how Heidi Baker did just that as she set out to Mozambique Africa to minister to those who are hungry for God. She now ministers to several thousand children and has also planted many churches in the area. God make us hungry not for religion but for more of you. Much of the church today is trying to win the church. Jesus said I didn’t come for the healthy but for the sick. They continue to discuss that good can come out of tragedy. Recently , Franklin Graham, son of Reverend Billy Graham sent a letter urging Christians to pray for the Ukraine. In recent news Russia has invaded and annexed Crimea after protesters were stirred in the country. Today many of the citizens in Ukraine are seeking God out and Christians who represent a small percentage of the population are hitting the streets, setting up prayer tents and counseling centers as well as passing out 5,000 New Testament Bibles a day. To date the Ukraine’s former president has repented. In regards to the Ukraine’s interim President this is what Franklin Graham reports “Observers say Oleksandr Turchynov was chosen as interim president because, in a nation plagued by corruption and self-serving politicians, he stood out as a man of conviction and principle with a reputation for integrity. He is a man of godly character and a committed follower of Jesus Christ “Overnight God replaced corrupt politicians and immediately replaced him with Godly leadership. We don’t need to complain about tragedy striking if people will turn to God in the midst of it.
Assimilation; When did that become a Negative Concept?
Greg, John, and Pat discuss when the concept of assimilation became a negative concept. America is a melting pot. The uniqueness of America is the diversity yet we are one country, undivided, with liberty for all. The commonality of America is the vision of America although we are many we are one. We are one nation under God and a nation of laws. As Americans we pledge allegiance to the flag to the republic for which it stands. We also have a constitution that protects every citizen and lets them know what their rights are. They continue to share that as the end comes closer there are those who will attempt to be united around one world religion. Today many are hearing buzz words like unity, diversity, and tolerance. Unity for unity sake is not of God we must not get this confused. We are not to accept diversity when it comes to accepting other gods. There is only one true God. Just because we hear these words it doesn’t mean they are using them in a way in which Jesus would be honored. As Christians we should not have any tolerance for sin in our lives. They continue to discuss what is happening in Sweden as CBN reports that Sweden is sliding into becoming a third world nation. This is particularly important because when President Obama visited Sweden last year according to CBN he expressed his deep admiration for the Swedish model. Today in Sweden to tell someone to become Swedish that is considered a racist statement. Also assimilation in Sweden is equivalent to a Nazi word. Although they are one; they are many. When people came to America in times past they understood they were assimilating to the laws of the land and they were Americans. It is not wrong to assimilate in our country it’s still okay to be one nation under God.