Do you feel bombarded with change from every direction? Do you feel stressed, overworked, with too little time to appreciate and enjoy life? Do you find it difficult to keep up with everything you need to do? If so, you're not alone. Our rapidly changing world is rapidly stressing us out. What can you do to cope?
Even before Hurricane Sandy the United States was already suffering from an enormous national debt crises, measured in the trillions of dollars. Sandy adds another $50 billion to the frightening total.
As we come down to the final hours before the nation plunges over the “fiscal cliff” we see a Congress frozen in gridlock. They’re apparently unable to respond to the looming fiscal crisis set to occur with the start of 2013.
In the last few months and years the United States has racked up some impressive records, but none of them are good. Its debt is exploding at unprecedented rates. What's behind the problem, and where is it leading?
Tax Day in America, normally April 15, has been extend this year to April 17—the day all tax returns are due to the IRS. My household returns are filed and I'm waiting for a refund. In fact quite a number of American households are waiting for a refund, and likely we have designs on just how to use the money.
Do you really believe Jesus Christ is coming and that the kingdom of God will be here on the earth? The scriptures reveal that the whole creation groans, waiting that day. Do you ache for it and pray "…thy kingdom come "?
The fundamental message of the book of Revelation is simple. It promises that God will institute universal peace, prosperity and cooperation over all the earth immediately after the return of Jesus Christ. It reveals how this wonderful new world will be established and why it will never be destroyed or superseded by any other way of life or social order.
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