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Never again! details logo The Good Seed - Saturday, August 13, 2022
by GBV Dillenburg GmbH
Never again!

The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked; who can know it? I, the LORD, search the heart … to give every man according to his ways, according to the fruit of his doings.
Jeremiah 17:9.

Never again!
“Never again!” How often have we heard this horrified cry? It is uttered at anything unbearable: murderous wars, the atrocity of genocide, inconceivable terrorism etc. One wishes that we might learn lessons from the past, but what is the use? Blood continues to flow in many regions of the globe, and the lack of balance everywhere justifies worrying. The fact is that, despite the praiseworthy wish for better human relations without horrors, man remains a wolf for mankind.

It is useless expecting rationalism in economic, political or social matters. The problem lies basically in each one of us. The Bible calls it sin, which has separated us from God and is at the bottom of all the disorder in our world.

The day when Jesus Christ was crucified, the greatest of all sins was committed. He was the One sent by God to save people. During His whole life He did nothing but good, stooping to relieve the misery of those He met. Yet men were united in demanding His death. What other proof is needed to show that the human heart is fundamentally wicked?

Let us not expect any improvement in the human race. Jesus did not come to improve the world, but to appear as the Saviour ready to settle the problem of sin for each of us, so that we are reconciled to God. He came to earth, for He loved sinful man, and His love led Him to give His life for us.

Today’s reading: Job 22:1-30 · Acts 13:1-12


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