To find meaning is to find the connection between ourselves and everyone else. We need to know where we belong and how our efforts affect our world. Whether or not we are people of faith, we are curious about eternal things. Even if we try to shelve our spiritual questions, our subconscious minds continue to wonder.
Words are very powerful and it is through them that everything in the world is made. But many of us do not know this. And even if we do we still inadvertently use them to our disadvantages. Words shape the world; they are what keep the world moving.
Nowhere in Mark 16:15-'Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature[KJV] - nor in any similar Scripture did Christ command us to go only into the Western or capitalist world. Nowhere did He say to exclude the Communist world.
History is going somewhere. And we know full well that He who does all things well will bring beauty from the ashes of world chaos. A new world is being born. A new social order will emerge when Christ comes back. A fabulous future is on the way.
We all have one other world we live in: our public world. Some people call it our public persona. This is the world where someone who doesn't know you privately, personally, or professionally hears your name and has some opinion about you one way or another. So the question becomes: where is integrity rooted? Some people think it's rooted in their public life. They spend all of their time trying to spin their public image. It's not rooted there, however. It's simply revealed there. People who lack integrity will have it revealed publicly.
In many ways we've become the Babylon of the modern era. We learned our lessons at the feet of Nebuchadnezzar himself. It's little wonder that we've lived to see Bible reading and the display of the Ten Commandments removed from public view and creation science excluded from classroom instruction. None of this is new. It has its roots in Babylon, and thus reveals that the book of Daniel is one of the most relevant books of the Bible in our world today.
William Marrion Branham, Pastor Mensa Otabil, Mike Murdock, Martin Luther King Jr., Dag Heward Mills, Rick Rigsby, David O. Oyedepo, Billy Graham, Smith Wigglesworth, Benson Andrew Idahosa, Jerry J. Panou, Bishop Tudor Bismark, Justice Kojo Bentil, Ravi Zacharias, Kenneth E. Hagin, Adrian Pierce Rogers, Joseph Prince, John F. MacArthur, Dr. Myles Munroe, R. C. Sproul, Kenneth M. Copeland, John C. Hagee,