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Short Take: When you put your head on the pillow at night, what gives you hope going forward?

The Christian Worldview / David Wheaton
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April 26, 2020 8:00 pm

Short Take: When you put your head on the pillow at night, what gives you hope going forward?

The Christian Worldview / David Wheaton

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April 26, 2020 8:00 pm

Description: Short Take from The Christian Worldview program - In Other News Beyond the Pandemic

https://www.thechristianworldview.org/topic-in-other-news-beyond-the-pandemic/

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Someone ask you just from a personal standpoint when you put your head on the pillow at night and then the privacy of your own thoughts.

What gives you reason for hope going forward in on what is that hope or your worldview based that you have optimism going forward for like where this is going to take us now in the world will have about three different levels of hope in the most superficial II was me and I've been really worried about China. I really how I just thought you know what 1.4 billion under communist regime is bragged about taking over the world was scary and I think this was a wake-up call. No longer is going from some eccentric not warning about China and the voice in the wilderness.

People don't listen. It's a wake-up call that that's reassuring the second thing is for all the mistakes we made in all the panic and all the weaponization of the crisis every day either read or hear. I meet nurses, truckers, farmers, people who are quite brave and they remind me of prior generations and then finally I live in a house that had six generations.

My group of stories of how they survived the 1918 flu out here, and got the polio epidemic of 21 and she stayed here for the next 60 years crippled in the living room and all things. They went through my father through 40 missions and over Tokyo on a B-29 and I remember all the things they did and they all had confidence in the United States and they have a sense of transcendence is very important that they believed them a God that you get jail Christian tradition that all of what were doing.

In some ways, will be a reflection of where we are permanently and that means that you get a brief chance on life to display heroism and virtue, and that is not forgotten in the back in itself makes people better. People and I think we, lost out in this country and we we deprecated people that were in the shadows. It did really important task. We got arrogant we got very affluent and complacently got agnostic and atheistic, and we were living sort of the gratify the appetites and I think this comes around. It says all what you were doing was sort of a joke. The impeachment was a joke.

The Mueller thing was that these were all cited traction.

This is an existential threat is a virus or the reaction to it and how you behave in it is not just important but it's a chance for redemption that you can show yourself to be virtuous and have a soul and have a God in worship and know that you're not alone. There's past generations are looking at you and there and there with you. I think that's kind reassuring. I think a lot of people are feeling that the while were sympathetic people we get into cul-de-sacs and detours. We have to be slap back onto the main course. Maybe this will do it and hopefully it will do it without a lot of human loss of life


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