Changing times have always been interesting but, more often, challenging for societies. The way Israel rediscovered who they were, as former exiles, could shed light on who we are now in the 21st Century. Our Judeo-Christian heritage may give encouraging insight to not just surviving but thriving in the looming Christian tsunami of 2021-2050. (I’ll share more about that later.) We can either continue to survive or we can look for new ways to grow and prosper!
June 17 Nehemiah 5:1-2, 5-7, 9-12 Being accountable to God and each other
Nehemiah calls people out when they treat fellow believers in the same ill behavior as society. He helps those who have been given much to understand their greater responsibility to their kindred community. Love God; love each other.
June 24 Nehemiah 6:15-16, 7:1-2 With God’s help, anything is possible!
Words can be deceptive and harmful. Nehemiah builds both the wall and unity among the people and in the end reminded us that vengeance belongs to the Lord alone. Tribe by tribe the wall is built in just 52 days. Build it and they will come.
July 1 Ephesians 5:19-20 Singing a new song
Bearing fruit in a changing world leads us to question everything except God. The world we knew changed powerfully in 1965 and again in this century. How do we adapt and prepare for the world of 2025 and beyond?
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