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July—August 2024

The world is on precipice of major geopolitical changes. The United States is suffering severe decline and is increasingly being challenged globally. Lawlessness is rising in countries worldwide, with increasing hostility to those following biblical principles. This widespread lawlessness is seen as a biblical sign of the end times. While many hope for political solutions and restored national power, such hopes are likely to be disappointed, and conditions will worsen. However, there is no need for despair! Ultimate hope lies in the future that Jesus Christ will bring.

On the Edge of Great Change: Where to Turn?

Is it too late for America? Has it grown too polarized to ever unite again? Has its downward spiral into depravity so corrupted the populace that it cannot return to the basic principles of family and morality underpinning every successful nation?

The Global Impact of the U.S. Election

Nations don’t die all at once. Various factors contribute over time—cultural shifts, economic challenges, political instability, external pressures. We are witnessing the decline of a great pow-er, America, long blessed by God as an exceptional nation and model for others. People around the world are watching this year’s election. They know it will impact their future.

“Lawlessness Will Abound”: Holding Fast as the Moral Fabric Unravels

The Bible warned that the last days would be marked by an increasing disregard for law and morality. A look at our society at all levels, including those who claim to be Christian, fits that description all too well. What must you do as it all falls apart?

The Last Best Hope of Earth

As the United States celebrates its national birthday and gears up for a rancorous political election season, many lament how far the nation has fallen from its early aspirations and fear its soon-coming demise—of losing what Abraham Lincoln called “the last best hope of earth.” But America was never that. The true last best hope is yet ahead.

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