“When I remember these things, I pour out my soul in me: for I had gone with the multitude, I went with them to the house of God, with the voice of joy and praise, with a multitude that kept holyday.” – Psalm 42:4
We have all heard and engaged in conversations about how life used to be. The elders can tell some fascinating tales of no running water, of walking miles on a dusty road to the store, of freezing cold winters, frost so thick that it looked like snow, and a single pot-belly wood stove for heat. But those were still the good ole days, deemed such because life seemed simpler and better. The elders were respected, children more obedient, people kinder, compassionate and honest. Hedonism existed only in the largest cities and only at night. There wasn’t as much on TV, but there was more of what mattered in people’s hearts.
Today, the world is a dangerous place, and wickedness rules the night as well as the day. Our children and young people are under vicious attack by liberalism’s ripening and poisonous fruit. There is virtually no sector of society that has not been invaded and infected by the toxic atmosphere being made ready for the Antichrist kingdom. Continue reading