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by: Kevin Bennie • June 19, 2020
Have you ever been puzzled by scripture? This psalm used to bother me just a little. There is so much beautiful imagery here, "we will not fear, though the earth gives way," "he lifts his voice, the earth melts," and "a river whose streams make glad the city of God." (which I couldn't fit in...darn designing! Read the full psalm, its fantastic) There is, of course the more well known "be still and know that I am God." But what is all this business about war? I kind of wish the writer would have left that out. I don't really know much about war. Its never really impacted me on a personal level. Certainly it has been tragic to see it in the news and see many who lose a loved one. Many of us may have family in the armed services and have had to watch them go off to serve a tour or two or perhaps even more. Even my own brother has been in the Navy for over a decade, but I've never felt the impact of war on my day-to-day life. Until recently. Some of you may have seen in the news Ohio Governor Mike Dewine and his team addressing concerns and updating us regarding the COVID-19 virus. One of the metaphors that they have been using constantly is that of war. We may not be engaged in a physical battle that requires our strength and taking up of arms, but there is life and death on the line. We may not be sending troops to a foreign country, the the fight has come to our soil, our state. We are being asked to see this time as a battle where we all have a part to play. We are being asked to sacrifice for the good of our neighbor, our community, our state, our country. . . . Read More

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