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Harmony and disharmony?



Harmony or disharmony? I can still remember the harmonic sound of cracking bats, yelling fielders and the staccato of tennis shoes racing to first base. Baseball as a kid. It was a symphony of orchestrated noise that only a dusty old vacant lot could offer on a summer day.


Think about it. As Christians, you and I always need to be ready to work with others for the common good. That means we need to put our own personal political beliefs aside and focus our abilities working within community, for community.   


God’s Word tells us: “But Paul told the guards ‘Roman officials have had us beaten publicly without a trial and have thrown us in jail even though were Roman citizens. Now they going to throw us out secretly— (Acts 16:37)?”


When it comes to making this a better nation, the key to change isn’t in what we personally believe. Rather, the key is what we do with others as directed by God’s Word. Building a better America has everything to do with the harmony of “us” and not our own personal comfort; an effort none of us can do alone.


We pray. Heavenly Father “I pray help us trust our government as the God-given authority they are. Help us also to rely on God for our spiritual security; always putting that before all else. In Jesus name. Amen!”


“Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself.

Each day has enough trouble of its own” (Matthew 6:34)

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Harmony and disharmony?



Harmony or disharmony? I can still remember the harmonic sound of cracking bats, yelling fielders and the staccato of tennis shoes racing to first base. Baseball as a kid. It was a symphony of orchestrated noise that only a dusty old vacant lot could offer on a summer day.


Think about it. As Christians, you and I always need to be ready to work with others for the common good. That means we need to put our own personal political beliefs aside and focus our abilities working within community, for community.   


God’s Word tells us: “But Paul told the guards ‘Roman officials have had us beaten publicly without a trial and have thrown us in jail even though were Roman citizens. Now they going to throw us out secretly— (Acts 16:37)?”


When it comes to making this a better nation, the key to change isn’t in what we personally believe. Rather, the key is what we do with others as directed by God’s Word. Building a better America has everything to do with the harmony of “us” and not our own personal comfort; an effort none of us can do alone.


We pray. Heavenly Father “I pray help us trust our government as the God-given authority they are. Help us also to rely on God for our spiritual security; always putting that before all else. In Jesus name. Amen!”


“Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself.

Each day has enough trouble of its own” (Matthew 6:34)

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