Today’s word for April 15, 2011

May grain abound throughout the land;
on the tops of the hills may it sway.
May the crops flourish like Lebanon
and thrive like the grass of the field.
Proverbs 72:16

Although throughout history some nations have experienced good times ─nothing permanent, never there has been general and thorough prosperity in every corner of the globe. Always the financial health of any nation or empire has been achieved by exercising control and mastery of the riches of other nations or empires, which obviously end up in an economically disadvantaged position because of having to meet the demands and needs of the dominant power. Empires and powerful nations that yesterday dominated today are not as powerful as they were and other nations now take their place. A balance where everyone benefits equally from the riches of the planet has never been achieved. And despite all the lofty speeches heard in economic summits, no country is seeking the general welfare of the world but their own.

God has promised that in the future, hopefully very soon, the earth will experience a general well-being as it never has been known, where all nations will prosper, without distinction of climate, latitude, land, races, industrial capacity, agricultural and mineral resources, transport routes, availability of water or access to sources of energy. To participate in this bonanza it will be imperative that all nations subject themselves to the dominion and government of He who will come as conquering King to impose order, justice and prosperity on all of the earth. With great hope we await that moment in which all nations shall bless each other, every knee shall bow before the King of kings and all of us will consider ourselves blessed. We wait with much optimism for the return of our beloved Savior and Lord Jesus Christ. To God alone be the glory!


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