April 4, 2010
During the last presidential election campaign, we heard a lot of speeches about change. Don’t worry. This is not going to be a political sermon. Because regardless of which candidate you supported, I think all of us can agree that we could really use a change. Of course, change can mean a lot of different things. Not all change is good. We don’t just want change for change sake. That would be pointless. If were going to have changes, they really ought to be changes for the better.
All politicians talk about making changes. I don’t know of any political party, left or right, which advertises as its platform: Let’s keep things the same! We are all in agreement about the need for change. The disagreements come about once we start to decide what specific things we want to change and how to go about doing it. The devil is in the details, as they say.
Let me ask this question: Do you think the world, as it exists today, operates the way God intended when He created it?