I saw a sign on FaceBook with questions about who were the people of the land of Nod that Cain went and settled with. Honest questions deserve honest answers, but I find other passages in the Bible a lot more troubling. Like the passage I read this morning in Luke 18:
…won’t God bring justice for His chosen people when they cry to Him day and night? Will He be slow to bring them justice? Mark my words: God will intervene fast with vindication. But here’s the question: when the Son of Man comes, will He find anyone who still has faith? Jesus
Later in the same chapter Jesus asks a blind man: “What do you want me to do for you?” and when the blind man says he wants to see, Jesus responds, “Receive your sight, your faith has made you well.”
I believe Jesus is at work in the same way today. If you are seeking honest answers to honest questions, ask Him. He won’t be embarrassed or put on the spot. He can handle your questions. He wants you to receive sight and have a clear view of everything.
He hates deception. He wants you to be whole and integrated in every area of your life. I dare you to ask Him. Ask Him to reveal Himself and show you His ways and lead you to answers that will bring life and justice in your life.
I pray that God would grant victory to innocent victims – those injured when given ‘modern medicine’ that they thought would lead to life, but it has led to suffering. I pray that God would answer the cries for help of soooooo many families who are suffering due to medical misinformation.
I pray for you, if you are reading this post, that you will be healthy and prosperous, body and soul. We all serve someone. I have chosen to serve Jesus Christ. I don’t always get it right, but I try to share all He has done for me with ENTHUSIASM!
Author: Becky Hastings, wife, mother, grandmother, passionate follower of Jesus Christ and truth seeker, especially in the areas of health and children. Navigating our present day world can be challenging, God’s timeless truths in the Bible are my guide.