Must Repent

December 17, 2012

We have glamorized (idolized) the wrong things in life, i.e. the rich, the famous, the beautiful, the fifteen seconds of fame wanna-be’s.

Think about this statement:
The innocent must die for the guilty.

After the tragic events, in which a murderer killed 20 innocent children in Conn., I’ve thought to myself, it takes this kind of event for us as a nation to pause for a moment and reflect, “what got us here in the first place?”

There have been so many ideas, from banning guns to arming everyone to whatever.

As a believer in Christ, I’m not shocked by this horrific event, I’m disgusted, but not shocked because I see the sin in humanity. And a need of a Saviour.

Our nation allows for unborn children to be aborted, pot to be legalized, and unethical people in power to run this country. So, no wonder things of this magnitude happen.

So, for things to be made right, God sent his Son to die (the truly innocent) in our place (the guilty).

Now that’s grace.

That’s what we need. That’s what this country needs to realize and believe. If not, don’t be shocked, because more things like this will happen if we don’t want God in our lives.

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