“All the darkness in the world cannot extinguish the light of a single candle.”
~ St. Francis Of Assisi
Our world seems to be falling apart before our eyes.
The fabric of our culture is coming apart one thread at a time, or perhaps, changing into something that many of us could have never imagined.
Many of us are worried and fearful of what is to come. Our Lord encouraged Israel to fear not because He was with them and that He had them by the right hand (Isiah 41:10-13). This same God came to us in the person of Jesus to lead us the way we should go.
Only God can orchestrate the chaos that seems to be happening around us into perfect peace. We may ask ourselves, how could any of what’s going on in the world be part of God’s plan? It is not only God’s plan—we are called to be an integral part of that plan.
Jesus taught us how to pray during troubled times. I invite you to join me in exploring the depths and the riches of the Lord’s Prayer. Five short verses, given to us by the Author of life Himself—perfect and complete. Not only a prayer, but words of comfort for all times—in season and out of season.
Our world is coming apart at the seams, and it is God that is doing the pulling. He expects us to be instruments of His grace and love to a world traumatized by fear. My hope is that the words of this book will help us in some way not to fear, for He is with us. And we may fear at times, and that’s okay. God’s compassions are new every morning (Lamentations 3:22-23). To borrow a bit from C. S. Lewis, for when that happens, we can take comfort in the fact that we have the Lion padding by our side. He is our safe place.
We must understand that we will look foolish to the world around us if we walk in peace in the midst of the chaos.
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