Whose Life Matters Most?
“Then the word of the LORD came to me, saying: “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you…” Jeremiah 1:4-5, NKJV
In around 580 B.C., the prophet Jeremiah wrote that God thought each and every life was important; even the life of the unborn in the womb.
In Jeremiah chapter one, verse four and five, God said, “Before I formed you in the womb I already knew you.” That tells us that from the womb to the tomb and beyond, each every one of us are precious to the Lord and He knows us all.
We are not given the power to declare whose life is more important than others. A life is not important because we declare it to be important. Life matters because God declared it to matter.
I truly wish this world would read, listen and then apply God’s word to our current situation. So much could be resolved if we just went back to the Bible.
Many think it is nothing more than an antiquated history book. In reality it is a living book being lived out and fulfilled in front of very eyes; even this day.
The tragedies we see in our own country and around the world are an abomination unto God.
Long before there were guns, Cain killed Abel, his own brother. Some bible scholars say that Cain used a rock while others say he used the jawbone of a donkey.
Though many will disagree, the problem is not with the gun of today; the problem is with the heart.
Cain didn’t have a rock problem, he had a heart problem.
Christians cannot be distracted by the current chaos that surrounds us. We must press toward the “high calling” of Christ Jesus.