A Facebook friend yesterday asked if I had ever written on the subject of Romans 13, which speaks of how Christians should view government. I offer today a blog I wrote in 2015 about that. We naturally focus on the obedience Christians owe to government, but the passage also clearly points out government’s responsibility to carry out the mandate God gave it. Too often, I believe we have a tendency to turn government into an idol and we assume whoever… Read more »
For those of you who don’t follow me on Facebook, this is to inform you that I’m taking the next few weeks off and will start up again in the New Year. Have a blessed Christmas season.
For those of you who check this site regularly (and are not on Facebook with me), and who might be wondering where I am, I left home due to Irma and won’t be back until late Thursday. I’ll probably start pondering some principles again this Saturday. FYI, our home was untouched even though the hurricane went right through our city. Grateful to God for His protection.
I’m going to be very family-oriented the next two weeks, so Pondering Principles will be taking a break. See you again the last week of July.
Pondering Principles will be on hiatus for a couple of weeks. When I return in late May, I’ll certainly let you all know what I was doing during those weeks.
If you’re here looking for a new blog post, you’ll have to wait until 2017. Taking a break.
For those who may check here regularly without the benefit of Facebook prompts, just wanted to let you know I’m taking a break from blogging this week. No, it has nothing to do with my feelings about the GOP convention (although I’m kind of glad I don’t have to comment on it). I’m taking time with family and will return on Monday.