As per history there will dependably be a holy messenger around so we are never genuinely alone in this world. Heavenly attendants have picked up in ubiquity that has not been seen since around 1900’s, and its no big surprise. Time magazine reports 69% of Americans trust they exist. In our mayhem filled world doesn’t the possibility of holy messengers among us, fill us with only a tiny bit of peace. It helps re-confirm that even as occupied as god must be, we are not the only one.
The underlying reactions to Saddam’s demise have been a blended pack. Some have contemplated its bigger ramifications and some have jeered it off as such an extensive amount nothing. A couple have celebrated and scoffed at his demise as though he just got what he merited.
The Christian state of mind on the demise of Saddam ought to be guided by the book of scriptures yet unfortunately in a few circles it is most certainly not. What is that state of mind as called for in the sacred texts? There might be a few verses of writ that we could call upon however maybe the most compact would be found in the book of Proverbs.
Cheer not when thine foe falleth, and let not thine heart be happy when he stumbleth: Proverbs 24:17Cheering over any keeps an eye on death is not satisfying to God under any conditions.