What to Write?

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It’s Sunday–the sabbath, for many of us–and I don’t want to write about stealing elections and dumping our country into a cauldron of boiling-over wickedness: plenty of time to do that all week long.

I watch the chameleon catching the fly and I wonder whether God is trying to tell us something. The fly has no idea the chameleon is anywhere nearby. But here I am straying into the nooze… *sigh*

Judah the Maccabee, although he was fighting desperately for the preservation of his people, nevertheless refrained from fighting on the Sabbath: it was his way of honoring the sovereignty of God and declaring his trust in Him. So he would only fight if the enemy actually attacked him.

Against all odds the Maccabees recovered the freedom of the Jewish people. And their situation was much more hopeless than ours. They had to fight against men. We fight against cowards, liars, and fools.

Ach! There I go again. Sorry!

7 comments on “What to Write?

  1. Unlike the fly, we’re all too conscious of the chameleons. However, you’ve reminded me that I need to get away from the computer for a while and get back to giving praise and thanks to the Lord.

  2. The Lord is allowing a full-court press by the Left to take over America, but as Newton’s Third Law of Motion states: “For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.” A big backlash is coming and Trump is going to lead it. As with Judah the Maccabee, Trump is out for blood.

  3. God will get us through this. I’ve spent the last week refreshing my knowledge of the deliverances God has brought in the past. According to the Bible, God led the escaping Israelites directly into a situation where they were pinned down with no escape. They asked Moses if there were not enough graves in Egypt so that he would have to lead them there to die. The most powerful army on earth bore down on the Sons of Israel, and it looked bad. A day later, that army no longer existed.

    I don’t know what will happen with regard to all of this; I don’t have an idea. But I know with a certainty that worshipping the One True God is always the right thing. He will provide for us.

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