Death Without Care…

… they don’t care at all.

Go before God this Sunday and pray for your nation as priests and kings:


3 responses to “Death Without Care…

  1. Just rulers are to be a terror to evil works.

    “Those do well that pray morning and evening in their families, those do better that pray and read the scriptures, but those do best that pray and read and sing the psalms.” – Philip Henry, Matthew Henry, The Life of Philip Henry, p. 75

    Psalm 82

    1 God is in His congregation;
    Judge among the gods He stands.
    2 How long will you judge unjustly,
    Favoring the wicked hands?

    3 Judge the destitute and orphan,
    And the poor, distressed defend;
    4 Free the destitute and needy;
    Save them from the
    wicked’s hand.

    5 These are they who have
    no knowledge,
    To perceive no effort make;
    They walk on in utter darkness;
    All of earth’s foundations shake.

    6 Gods you are, I have declared it,
    Sons now of the Highest, all;
    7 Yet you’ll die as common men die
    And like any prince shall fall.

    8 Now, O God, arise we pray You,
    And the earth to judgement call;
    For You, as Your own possession,
    Shall inherit nations all.

    Tune: All For Jesus

    Trinity Psalter
    Publisher: Crown & Covenant Publications

  2. “One death is a tragedy, but a million deaths are a statistic.” – Joseph Stalin

    “Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless.
    Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act.” — Dietrich Bonhoeffer

    “God, now step in and destroy your enemy. Use your power, let your righteous wrath blaze forth.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer

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