Connecting the Dots in an Unconnected World

Friday, February 4, 2011

The Best of Times – The Worst of Times

Charles Dickens begins his novel A Tale of Two Cities with the line “It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.” This could be well spoken of life in the 21st century.

While there is much difficulty on the international scene, in our own nation and even in our own state with the economy, unemployment,, social unrest and religious ambiguity. There is much to be positive about.

The gospel is still the power of God to salvation when it is clearly proclaimed. We have free opportunity to preach the gospel in more places than ever before. God still blesses the faithful and judges the wicked. The church is till the pillar and ground of all truth. All of this gives us reason for hope.

We must look to the future days with a faith that produces a positive attitude. Ultimately our attitude will determine our action. The need to win a lost world is as great today as the day Jesus spoke the Great Commission. God can and will use us if we will make ourselves available.

Determine that you will have a positive attitude and ask God to use you to win someone to Jesus today.

Attempting to connect the dots…

Romans 1:16

“Two men looked through prison bars, one saw mud the other stars.”
~ Fredrick Langbridge


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