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Summary: We are living in a very troubling time in the world. The rapid spread of COVID-19 has turned the world upside down. The world conditions have escalated from confusion to chaos.

We are living in a very troubling time in the world. The atmosphere of our world has dramatically changed. The world conditions have escalated from confusion to chaos. In recent days this has been confirmed by the events in many countries of the world.

Tragically, things must often get worse before they can get better. This is sad, but necessary in order to convince us of our need of the Lord.

“The nations are in chaos, and their kingdoms crumble! God’s voice thunders, and the earth melts!” (Psalm 46:6 NLB) “The city of chaos is broken down; Every house is shut up so that none may enter.” (Isaiah 24:10 NAS) “LORD, I have heard the report about you. LORD, I fear your work. In the course of the years, renew it. In the course of the years, reveal it. In all this chaos, remember to be merciful.” (Habakkuk 3:2 GWT)

Let us pray that God will use these chaotic circumstances to reveal Himself as the sole Source and Solution to all of our problems. And pray that many will turn to Jesus Christ to find peace and protection amidst the chaotic conditions that are upon us.

Where the Lord God Almighty reigns there is order, peace, and stability, but where man reigns chaos abounds. Yet, we take hope because in all these things we are more than conquerors through Christ! And since the Lord Jesus Christ is our Shepherd we fear no evil. Hallelujah!!!

To discover what has led up to this, listen to my message on “Living in a World of Confusion.” https://www.sourceministries.net/go/2012/08/living-in-a-world-of-confusion/

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