Pilgrims and Politics by SC Lazar
In light of the recent election results I am reminded of how easy it is to have our loyalties, hopes, and ambitions tied to the princes and powers of this world. Peter's exhortation in 1 Peter 2:9-17 reminds us that Christians are a people set apart by God's mercy, for His service, called to live as strangers and pilgrims on this earth, animated by the hope, not of gaining political power, but of Christ's "day of visitation."
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