Before the Fiscal Cliff, We Should Be Concerned About America's 'Spiritual Cliff'?

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As we come into the new year, America is facing many challenges. For the past few weeks, the media has been focused on what has been termed as the nation's "fiscal cliff."

Our country's financial problems, however, are nothing compared to the spiritual and moral cliff that is far more destructive to our nation than any economic concerns.

Since the recent election, we've seen same-sex couples lining up at courthouses in several states to receive their marriage licenses, and hundreds of people gathering in public places to light up marijuana cigarettes in the states where it has just been decriminalized.

This is only the tip of the iceberg. The moral decline we see on television programs--blatant immorality, senseless violence, media-friendly gay and lesbian behavior--is just a reflection of the moral corruption that has infected our entire nation. These are indeed dark days ... but there is hope.

The Bible says, "If the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do?" (Psalm 11:3, ESV). No question our country's foundations are being destroyed, but I am reminded of an era in the Old Testament where the Lord moved in a dramatic way to bring godly change to a spiritually dark and depraved nation like Judah, whose moral foundations had been seriously eroded.

Manasseh was the wickedest king to rule over Judah. Throughout his 55 years of evil reign, the land had been defiled with innocent blood. He led Judah into witchcraft, sorcery, and the worship of false gods and idols, including the fertility goddess Asherah. He even sacrificed his own son in the fires of idolatry.

Not many years later, God worked in an extraordinary and unexpected way to bring national revival.

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SOURCE: Charisma News
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