Who Are We?

Are we a stiff-necked people? Are we refusing to repent?

Are we on the edge of losing our freedom?

To worship?

To maintain our consciences?

To educate children, ourselves in faith?

Do we see a connection between the state of our hearts and the state of our nation? That connection is real. We miss it to the peril of judgment.

I see more prayer efforts than I’ve seen during other election years. But who are we in our hearts?

Is our praying repentance or just begging favor?

Lord, forgive our sins. Convict us to turn from them. Hear our prayer.

Heal our land.

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18 Replies to “Who Are We?”

  1. Amen, Nancy. We need healing, and healing comes only through Christ Jesus.

  2. Yes, one word. AMEN. I see the connection and I am trying to do my part to repent because I need to and not to just gain favor. Thanks for your honesty.

  3. Such a powerful reminder, Nancy! Yes, we do need to repent and pray. As many have been reminding me, God’s judgment begins with the household of God. As we look out and see a deteriorating country, it begins with us, God’s salt of the earth. May we repent. May God show mercy on us. May we season His earth with His Word, His Son and His Spirit, as we were called to do.

  4. Nancy, simply powerful. To really and authentically reflect on who we are in our hearts and what our prayer life says about us is sobering. Thank you!

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