Solving the Problem

By   •   July 16   •   Topics:


Only a few years ago children were delighted at the prospect of a trip to the wharves to see the great ships come in. Today they are blasé about helicopters and jet planes. We who once marveled at the telegraph now take for granted the far greater miracle of television. Not so long ago many of the physical diseases were termed hopeless and incurable. Today we have drugs so effective that age-old diseases are becoming rare. We have accomplished much, of that there is no doubt. But with all this progress, we have not solved the basic problem of the human race. We can build the highest buildings, the fastest ships, the longest bridges—but we still can’t govern ourselves, or live together peacefully and with equality.

Is a better, more peaceable world really possible?

Prayer for the day

In loving and being loved by You, there is all I have longed for, my Savior, Jesus Christ.

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  1. cos says:

    Dear Father, Please hear our prayers every moment and renew our life, and give us power. We will rejoice and praise you our heavenly Father. Amen.

  2. Daniel Kalani Baldwin says:

    Instead of being caught up with the rewards of being saved, we need to focus more on the Savior and His intricate work and love He provides for our lives. Love you Lord. Always.

  3. Gerry says:

    A time of eternal, perfect peace will come to those who are in the family of God. Don’t wait too long to decide, because only God himself knows that date.