Churches have often served as the moral compass for the nation—to confront, challenge, encourage and exhort. And this is precisely where I’d like to focus this article.
It’s time for us to turn back to absolute truth and away from relativism—back to Christ and away from the broad road that leads to destruction. We must repent, ask for forgiveness, and seek restoration. We should not apologize for preaching God’s Word, redefine what He meant, or back down from conflict. We are in the midst of a spiritual battle. We will be hated for following Christ, mocked for believing in truth, and challenged for promoting righteousness. We are called to deny ourselves, pick up our cross, and follow Him. Clearly, the day of the passive church is over. We must lovingly preach righteousness in our pulpits again: “Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people” (Proverbs 14:34). Watch the short clip, America - Bring Back God, here
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Right Priorities in a World Gone Wrong - Crosstalk (VCY America)
Nations That Forget God - Institute for Creation Research
The Road Back: A Guide to Restoring Our Nation - One Way Jesus
Hope for a doomed culture - One Way Jesus
Is there such a thing as absolute truth / universal truth? - GotQuestions