As believers, we are to follow Christ, for He is the truth. Also, the Holy Spirit will guide us into all the truth. Having never lived under oppression as Solzhenitsyn did, I appreciate his insights and the practical ways he suggests to not support lies when living under a repressive system.
If you don’t know the history of global spiritual awakenings (and even if you do), I recommend this look into what happened in society when God moved on people’s hearts. If you’re praying for revival, then you must take the time to listen to this message by the late Dr. J. Edwin Orr (1912 – 1987).
Squanto helped the Pilgrims establish a peace with the local Native Americans that lasted fifty years, a stunning accomplishment considering the troubles that settlers would have with native tribes in the centuries following.
I’m excited to share about a new podcast. Ligonier Ministries launched Luther: In Real Time on October 10th. This podcast dramatizes Dr. Martin Luther’s life 500 years ago. The new episodes air on the 500th anniversary of specific events in his life.
C. S. Lewis wrote: “This is the first point to be made: and the first action to be taken is to pull ourselves together. . . not huddled together like frightened sheep.” He would advise us to not let the coronavirus “dominate our minds.”