“We are at a time in our world today of needing God more than ever in our lives. A moral decay is deteriorating earth. So often we think that we know all of the answers when in reality we do not. The problem is our pride which is a sin in itself. We are not able to humble ourselves to think of a force more powerful than man. Praying to God on problems is out of the question for some. We are disregarding nearly every law that God has presented to us. There are no morals in the world any longer. Without morals, it’s natural now to even take the Lord’s name in vane. People have taken the word freedom literally to do whatever they please. Relying on God is not a disgrace, rather an uplifting emotional experience that will enlighten us on the inner most mysteries that face us. That is why we need God daily in our lives and start each day with a little inspiration”
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by on October 21, 2016
- Xlibris, October 2006
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