Lord, This is Our Earthly Home
Psalm 90-1 reads, Lord, you have been our dwelling place throughout generations.
Our home should be a place we can relax and feel safe and secure with our loved ones. It should be a home of peace.
At times there is a betrayal that fills the air around us and stings our eyes that we cannot see or understand because we had an out-of-control government with a reckless president at the helm.
God wants us to know when the world goes wild like it is today that His help is always available, but it will be given to those who seek it.
We may lose our earthly home, but we still have our relationship with God. No one can take that away.
Our forefathers were not intimidated about professing religion and morality!
In this last election, our prayers made a difference. Remember that old saying, “Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition.”
“Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition” is an American patriotic song written by Frank Loesser and published as sheet music in 1942 by Famous Music Corp. The song was a response to the attack on Pearl Harbor that marked United States involvement in World War II.
The song describes a chaplain (“sky pilot”) being with some fighting men who are under attack from an enemy. He is asked to say a prayer for the men who were engaged in firing at the oncoming planes. The chaplain puts down his Bible, mans one of the ship’s gun turrets and begins firing back, saying, “Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition.”
Until next time, Praise the Lord!