Tonight we talked about my chart keeping at dinner and I took out a book I have written but not published yet with all this interesting data! The months of September and October are very special times on God's calendar and definitely worth paying attention too! My medical career revolves around medical charts that document "appointments" and conversations I had with patients and testing outcomes. Years ago I became passionate about implementing the same process in my personal life and started keeping "charts" on our nation and world as it relates to my Bible studies.
Today in America we currently have the United Nations General 71st Assembly going on in NYC. It started on Tuesday, September 13, 2016 and will finish Tuesday, September 20, 2016. It should be noted we also currently have Bombings or should I say things that are "exploding and blowing out windows" going on in NYC and NJ but some leaders can't seem to utter the word bomb! It also should be noted President Obama spoke at the United Nations for the last time during his presidency at the United General Assembly.
Over the past few months our nation had headlines such as LGBTQ, Oppression Concerns, Racism, Old Glory National Anthem, Bombing Attacks in our Cities, & BDS/Israel.
I've noticed related consequences America has experienced in her past that seem to mirror issues we face today.
What does any of this mean for America's future? The only thing we do know is keep your eyes & ears on the Obama Administration and what Washington is doing towards Israel in the next few weeks. We have patterns we can look back on such as Hurricanes and Stock Market Crashes all related to consequences of our government putting pressure on Israel.
Since The Biblical Feast are right around the corner it would be profitable to study the Fall Feast and take time to evaluate your own personal spiritual health as it relates to America's spiritual crises.
Around The Table!
I find it interesting to listen to the opinions on spirituality, politics, religion, or health from our teens, and young adults when I see them at events in our community.