World Problems

Every prophet God sent to warn each generation presented the same message of how God wants his people to behave.       When Jesus began his ministry he confirmed the message of the prophets:

1. You shall love the Lord your God, with all your heart, and with all your soul,
and with all your mind.
“This is the first and great commandment.  And the
 second is like unto it.”      
2.  You shall love your neighbor as yourself.

      We are to obey God's commandments regarding the treatment of all people.
       Every person is our neighbor. We must treat everyone the way we would 
       want them to treat us. 

           The world problems exist due to the lack of those 2 commandments.
           Because of failure to abide by those two commandments, people are 
           committing violent acts against others in great numbers.
           Disrespect for the lives of others are seen in homes and in public places.   

           The Mirror of the World 
           The reflection we see in the mirror of the world are these things:
           health problems, starvation, violence and disasters caused by great storms.
           And destruction caused by other means.

           Street violence and wars have taken, the lives of innocent people, and
           have harmed others in great numbers.    
           This is factual 
        When God's laws are disrespected in homes, the world suffers from problems
          ___ Ellen J. Barrier
Author/ Medical Professional/Musician/Spiritual counselor

Source for the two commandments: 
Matthew 22: 37-40 (King James Version)

Challenges come to test our ability to persevere

We are stronger than our challengers, God is on our side.
He gives power and strength to those who become weaken
on the battle fields while fighting against;
injustices, financial distress, health problems, poverty, social issues,
 violence, pain and sorrows.
God gives power to the faint; and to them that have no might
he increase strength.  Isaiah 40:29

Even the youth shall faint and be weary, and the young men
shall utterly fall:

*But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength;
they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be
weary; and they shall walk, and not faint. Isaiah 40: 30 & 31

*We believe in the Power of Prayer!
__ Ellen J. Barrier
Author/Medical Professional/Spiritual Counselor