Pride Comes Before a Fall

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In the bible ,there is a ruler named Nebuchadnezzar. This man waxed great and out of his arrogance, made a comment about how he single handedly built the largest city ever by the might of his power.

While the words were still in his mouth, God judged him and said, seven years he was to live like an animal until he learned that God was Almighty. Without God, we are nothing.Where are you today with all your wisdom and intelligence without God? Fear is everywhere and no one seems to know what to do.

People have been living like there is no God.In homes, He is hardly mentioned. Kids are growing up watching Harry Potter movies and celebrating Halloween instead of exalting the living God.  America, founded on the principles of the word of God, has been the most blessed country on the planet. But when she started embracing strange doctrines, the glory has been fading.

We need to turn back to God in humility and repentance.It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of an angry God.We need to start with our own families, teaching them the ways of God. Abraham was known as a friend of God, because God knew that he was going to teach his children the statutes of God.

Restoration can only start when we show remorse for the sin of neglecting our faith in the living God.Jesus is our only hope and not the recovery of Wall Street.Our hope should and must only be in Jesus.Prosperity is in Him, alone.

Worship Him, exalt Him, celebrate Him and love Him and peace shall be within your walls.

Richard Taruvinga is the CEO of Richard Taruvinga Ministries based in Carrollton,GA USA.We assist widows and orphans around the world through establishing self help projects. For more infomation please visit www.richardtaruvingaministries.org

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