Standing on the Promises of God
One of my favorite songs we sing in church is Days of Elijah. We see how Elijah declared the word of the Lord not only when it was hard to hear but also when it was hard to preach. We’ve looked at John the Baptist who was a voice in the desert crying,
“Prepare ye the way of the Lord!” We can read in Leviticus where the details for the year of Jubilee were laid down. Basically, it could be described as a whole year of party. No work was to be done in the fields, slaves were freed, debts cleared and property returned to its original owners. It almost turned the economic status into an episode of Star Trek.
You know, no matter how bad the situation was, no matter how big the problem, you knew that by the start of the episode, everything would be back to the same way it had begun.
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