March 3, 2020

The Holy Bible is a fascinating textbook for both Christians and non-believers. It chronicles the trials and tribulations of prophets who ultimately found peace or ended up suffering in perpetuity. The Hebrew Bible, aka Old Testament or Torah, is the story of how Earth began and how we got here. The New Testament discusses the life and times of Jesus Christ. More specifically, the Gospels of Matthew and Luke recount the Immaculate Conception. These books contain many valuable lessons taught throughout the Bible.

The world in 2020 is a place of indulgence, excess and mammon. Material yearning is rewarded in today’s social media and instant-gratification society. Spirituality and family values have been replaced with perpetual “thirsting.” A 2019 Pew Research Center survey found that 65% of Americans identify themselves as some sort of Christian. That is down from 77% in 2009. Marriage rates have declined by 31% since the turn of the 21st century, and by 60% since 1970, according to the National Center for Family and Marriage Research.

Bible is “Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth.”

The Bible is a very useful even to non-practicing Christian in these times. There are many prophetic and sometimes eerie verses that seem to have predicted what the world was becoming. Romans 12 is perhaps the most universally-relevant chapter of the New Testament.

“Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.” Romans 12:2 (NIV).

Think of all the things society is telling men to do and not do in 2020. Assertiveness, confidence and chivalry have been deemed dangerous and even anti-social by in some circles. Men must walk on eggshells when courting that special apple of his eye due to these conditions sparked by the #MeToo movement. Conforming to these patterns means you have succumbed to manipulation and hibernated your innate alpha.

Men must embrace deep thought and reflection to ensure the well-being of ourselves and families.

Meaning of Jeremiah 29:11

Biblical scholars called Jeremiah “the weeping prophet.” He endured perpetual difficulty and challenge throughout his life. He was forbidden by God to marry and have children due to the terrible social conditions in greater Jerusalem. He was the victim of slander, unjust imprisonment, targeted by assassins, etc. But Jeremiah persevered because he knew there was a plan for him.

For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end.” (KJV)

This verse has only one true meaning, related to God’s decision to destroy Jerusalem due to the sins of Judah. But it has many applications. God’s messages of omnibenevolence and hope to his Chosen people is the primary one. This verse technically has no bearing on humanity today. But the consistent nature of God and the principles of His divine manifestations for all of us is how it’s applied to both believers and non-believers in the 21st century.

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