Government shutdown

The government of the United States is experiencing a partial shutdown because of a disagreement between President Trump and Congress.  The country has experienced shutdowns before and survived so I believe we will survive this one too, but it has caused a lot of inconvenience for many, especially for employees of the agencies that have been closed.

Have you ever considered the consequences if the Kingdom of God ever experienced a government shutdown?  Such an action would do more than inconvenience us.  It would probably jeopardize our very existence.  We need to be thankful that such a shutdown can never occur.  We can always depend on God even when human institutions fail.

I got the idea for this post from reading this article in the Babylon Bee.

Posted on January 7, 2019, in government and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Good one! But it’s a shame that the ones who should be denied pay and benefits (this being Congress) never seems to suffer much….

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  2. Excellent. He had no beginning and has no end. Praise His Name.:))

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