What must we pray and seek in the hour of trial? If sorrows engulf, duty presses, and afflictions sift, what should your heart be craving? How can we endure the “valley of the shadow of death,” the night of pain, the steady approach of the hour of death, the ascendance of the wicked, and the humiliation of the saints, which though temporary, is a bitter cross to bear? What can lift the soul in the worst moments of life to a higher plane of peace and joy, hope and courage to move forward when forward means hardship and suffering?
From the Pastor's Desk
The Lord Jesus has provided us with a unique opportunity to serve him in these times. This opportunity pertains to work, a Christian ethic of work, and the Christian’s spirit in his particular work. The opportunity is not without its hardships, for there is also a bitter war against work, self-government, and government independence. Followers of the Lamb are the least likely to follow plans to remake human societies along the lines of secularist ideas and globalists utopias, which are popularly known as “the new world order.”