We live in an era when we receive news around the clock. Too much of the news we receive is bad news. Some that bad news we have brought upon ourselves. What is the correct response? Would it be prayer?
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Receiving Bad NewsTGIFToday God Is First Volume 2 by Os Hillman Tuesday, September 18 2012
“Also our enemies said, ‘Before they know it or see us, we will be right there among them and will kill them and put an end to the work'”(Neh 4:11).
I opened the letter from the attorney and began to read the contents. The more I read, the sicker my stomach felt. I could not believe the words I was reading. I literally felt sick with fear. Perhaps you’ve had a similar experience. Maybe you got news that you’ve got cancer. Or someone has had an accident. Or you are being sued.
Nehemiah was rebuilding the wall in Jerusalem. The going was tough. As if things were not tough enough, he got a letter from another corrupt government official threatening to kill anyone involved in rebuilding the wall.
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