The Upside-Down House in Trassenheide, Germany
Photo credit: backkratze (CC-By-2.0)
The Upside-Down House in Trassenheide, Germany Photo credit: backkratze (CC-By-2.0)
The Upside-Down House in Trassenheide, Germany
Photo credit: backkratze (CC-By-2.0)

Just looking at the culture we live in is getting pretty scary. A woman with a terminal disease has decided to kill herself. That is celebrated. Some guy comes out and announces to world that he’s gay, and that’s celebrated. Even these insane transgender bathroom laws are celebrated by some. Meanwhile, a student is sent home from school because the student is wearing a t-shirt with an American flag on it. It’s offensive, apparently. Anything remotely Christian? Well, maybe you can celebrate that, just be sure to keep it to yourself. In short, I’ve grown weary of everything being turned upside down, and it’s at times like these it’s comforting to know that the Kingdom of God is not of this world.

This is Brian Myers of Caffeinated Thoughts Radio with your Caffeinated Thought of the Day.

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