My dad has said that the state of the country and of the world is "just the fulfillment of the Word" coming to fruition. I have no basis to argue this claim as untrue - and no desire to. But here's where I get tripped up - My dad is a minister and seems VERY COMPLACENT about the condition of our own government and world government and he is that way BECAUSE he believes it to be God's Will.
I am torn by this because of II Chronicles 2:14 ( If My people...... turn from their wicked ways..... I will heal their land).
I feel as though my dad and many have given up on our country, on our leaders and on our future citing "God's Will". I honestly believe it all this were God's will - there would be no provision/admonishment such as II Chronicles 2:14.
How do you see it - is my dad right to be so complacent - like a sheep being led to slaughter...because he believes this is all God's will??
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