Bible Verse (KJV)
Post Modernism has a lot to answer for. The lack of empathy between
humans. The empty nihilistic feelings our youth have inherited.
And the bleak hopes for the future that is forced on this and
We have been forced to listen to those who are neither positive
nor negative. Those who will switch sides of an argument as often
and as quickly as someone may change their clothes.
In these verses we find a line being drawn in the sand by Joshua.
He first outlines everything God has done for the Israelite's.
The lengths God had gone to in proving his love for this rebellious
He then explains that the time had come once again for them to
decide which side of the fence they would stand. And that the
time for fence sitting was once again over. Though in reality
it was never an option.
The question posed by Joshua is as real today as it was in his
time. Will we return and embrace the promised goodness of our
Lord and Savior? Or will we follow those who are creating a self
absorbed nihilistic void of a universe. Where doing the right
thing is no longer fashionable?
In the words of Joshua: I believe we should each stand our ground
and state with firm conviction...
"as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD."
Lord, the World in its' cold impassive emptiness screams of those
who have embraced self seeking ways. The chaos can be deafening.
Please help my unbelief. Help me find the still quietness of my
heart. Where I can once again listen to the guiding comfort of
your Holy Spirit.
Lord, let me with a glad heart and without fear, say in public,
that I and my family will serve you always.