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The earth shall reel to and fro like a drunkard, and shall totter like a hut; its transgression shall be heavy upon it, and it will fall, and not rise again.But may the God of all grace … establish, strengthen and settle you.
Isaiah 24:20; 1 Peter 5:10

What hope is there for our world?
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” This quotation from Charles Dickens on the French Revolution might well apply to the start of the 21st century in the western world, too. The expectation of life has never been so good, material comfort equally so, and the means of travel and communication are numerous and highly effective.

Our era, however, is also marked by countless crises – economic, political and social – that can fill us with anxiety. Isaiah’s prophecy made more than 27 centuries ago and quoted in today’s verse is relevant for today.

The question therefore arises: is there any hope for the world today? God’s reply in the Bible is clear: the world that crucified Jesus, His Son, and continues refusing the authority of the Creator is running to ruin. The problems will only worsen until God’s patience is exhausted and He judges the inhabited world (cf. Acts 17:31).

God loves every individual, however, and offers him the chance to escape the judgment. He says to each one: “I have set before you life and death …; choose life” (Deuteronomy 30:19). Choosing life means accepting God’s verdict on us, on the one hand, and salvation through faith in Christ, on the other hand.

Today’s reading: Jeremiah 12:1-17 · Luke 22:31-38





 


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