Shane Idleman on The Danger of Becoming Complacent in the Midst of Chaos

A friend recently remarked, “Why are prayer meetings dwindling?” Granted, remnant groups are still pursuing God, but overall, our spiritual decline amid today’s turmoil is disheartening. Sadly, very few realize that the Titanic has been struck. Most people haven’t been affected by America’s unstable foundation — at least not yet.

In a recent article, Dr. Michael Brown sheds much-needed light on the jackhammers that are pounding away at this foundation: “H.R. 1 would dramatically reshape our electoral system so as to cement Democratic rule for decades to come. H.R. 5 would effectively gut religious liberties across the nation … and packing the Supreme Court would fundamentally restructure our legal system for good.” He added that “attacks on the Second Amendment would further cripple American rights, and that Big Tech censorship would silence all resistance.”

What’s It Going to Take?

Will you have to lose your job, your retirement, your health, or your comfort before you finally wake up? From mass shootings and civil unrest to the promotion of perverted sexual sin and the indoctrination of children, we can all add to the list. So my question is: What’s it going to take to get us back on our knees? It seems that most Christians are bored with God. When everything is on the line, they still have no desire to seek Him.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Shane Idleman