Our Greatest Danger

Former President Herbert Hoover expressed his concern that America might fail if it’s people accepted evil and tolerated scandalous behavior.

Have we reached that point on our society?

From “Addresses Upon the American Road, 1950-1955.”

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Hey buddy, you got change for a trillion?

How do you solve a problem in today’s world?

It’s easy.

Throw money at it.

I’m serious. It doesn’t matter what the problem is. It doesn’t matter if it’s a big problem or a little problem. If it’s a problem, the solution is money. Preferably trillions of dollars.

And don’t worry if you don’t actually have trillions of dollars lying around in your bank account. All you have to do is print new money.

Then throw the money at the problem and the problem is solved.

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How to Fix America

What do you do when things look bleak for a country?

In case you haven’t noticed, America is on a steep and possibly fatal decline.

Divisions, hate, racism, inflation, cancel culture, normalization of obscene behavior … are just a few of the ills plaguing our society.

Democrats aren’t going to fix it.

Republicans aren’t going to fix it.

The solution isn’t political.

Because the problem isn’t political.

The problem is spiritual.

As a nation, we have turned away from God and are reaping the results of living in a godless society.

You think things are bad now?

Trust me, it will get much worse. Unless …

A few thousand years ago, God told Israel that if they turned away from Him, the nation would face drought, crop failures, pestilence, and destruction. But God also told them there was a solution. Perhaps, that solution is also available to us.

2 Chronicles 7:11-22

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