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The Bravest Man Who Ever Lived Is Weeping As Jesus Christ approached Jerusalem and saw the city He wept over it. Luke Chapter 19 verse 41. There are different ways of looking at a city. Some think of the city as the place of gateway to glamour and adventure and freedom and business and pleasure – a place to carve out your career. To some born in the country, the city can appear like a prison with its towering buildings and noise and rushing around – and anonymity. On this occasion, when Jesus came over the Mount of Olives what Jesus saw made Him weep. Jesus saw the city as it really was – yes, it might be full of opportunities to some – but Jesus saw its sin and its sinfulness – and this was Jerusalem – the city of peace! Behind every pair of curtains there lie problems – and Jesus knew this – and Jesus knows this. Thousands of visitors were there for the Passover – it was like today’s ‘Christmas Eve’ – lights and carols and decorations and special television programmes and food and drink and parties and debt and adultery and sin. Many would be tired and footsore and weary when they reached Jerusalem for the Passover – some like Simon of Cyrene would have travelled as far as North Africa – others from Macedonia and Rome. Some might have been dreaming of this day for years – wanting to go to Jerusalem. This is the city of David. Ah, we see the walls glinting in the spring sunshine – look, there is the Temple. Be careful you do not bump into any Roman soldiers – their swords are sharp – and many do not want this posting – it is too far from Rome. “Glorious things of thee are spoken – Zion city of our God.” Emotions would be high – there would be heightened excitement – it is almost Passover. But – one Man stands there and looks and weeps. The bravest Man who ever lived is weeping. He was no weakling with fluctuating up and down emotions – like many of us. He had a strong heart – He was no kill joy. One of His characteristic phrases was “Be of good cheer” – cheer up! He was no sentimentalist, either. Within a few days as he carried a cross through these streets – an emotional follower cried out from the crowd – “Blessed be the mother who bore you and the breast where your head lay – He turned round at once and rebuked these sentimental words – “Do not say that – say rather – Blessed are they who hear the Word of God and do it.” We must never sentimentalise the Word of God – but march in step with its commands and challenges. Is there not always something upsetting in a man’s tears – but in this man’s tears! Jesus, we did not expect this – not at party time – not at Passover – not when we have come to remember and rejoice and celebrate. King David, who was king in this city, knew what it was to weep over his son Absalom. Within a week Peter would be weeping realising he had denied Jesus three times. Contrast these tears with what had gone a few hours earlier – “Ride on Ride on in majesty!” That was an hour of pageant and cavalcade and festival and Hosannas – and now this! The royal Son of David – the servant King – is in tears. These are tears flowing from the heart of God. Does that not shake us? He who sits in the heavens shall laugh says the Psalmist – but we also know that there are times when He weeps. At the heart of the government of the universe is this infinite compassion. Might that be what you are looking for? Why was Jesus so visibly distressed? He knew what was going to happen – but He was not about to lose His nerve. “Weep not for me” were his words to the daughters of Jerusalem. What did He see at this time of celebration and festival? He saw what was going to happen to Jerusalem! With His prophetic insight, Jesus saw what was going to happen some forty years later – when the Temple was razed to the ground – never to be resurrected. He saw the rain descending – the floods coming – the winds blowing – and beating upon this house of national pride, that crucified the Messiah. On what are we basing our confidence? Every civilisation – every secular society – every national culture – has had its day, and has ceased to be. This is not to drive us into melancholy and sadness – but to make us know that underneath are the everlasting arms. Luke 13 verse 34 – This is not the first time Jesus has spoken in such terms. Jesus also saw the blindness of human ideals. We see how men are groping around searching for answers to the world’s massive needs and problems and pains. “If only you had known.” The Sanhedrin and the priests and scribes and political zealots could not bring peace to the city. No wonder the rejected Prince of Peace was weeping! Jesus saw that this was a time of divine visitation and the people were blind and the people were saying “NO”! Chapter 19 verse 44. They were unaware that God was visiting them. They did not know God’s redeeming saving word was being spoken. This Jesus is still full of compassion – still able to rescue and redeem and forgive and empower and equip and heal and guide and lead and inspire and encourage and strengthen. In this baffled confused bewildered generation – people will remain so – unless they hear from us the truth of Jesus Christ – His shed blood to forgive the past – to forgive sin – to remove guilt – and His resurrection power to thrust us out into the present darkness which is no darker today than it was then – but that same darkness still needs the light of Jesus Christ. “O Lord God Almighty – hear us as we pray – asking You to visit us again through the power of the Holy Spirit. Father, have mercy upon us. Compassionate Christ, we pray for this world, so full of pain and hurt and sadness and tragedy. We humbly bow – but look to You, loving Father, in Jesus Name. Amen.” Amen” (This week's "Word from Scotland" - previous articles may be found at Studylight.org and liveasif.org in the 'Archives' - every prayerful blessing at this time of 'Lockdown'.)
Here's a great reminder! We forget so easily!

Christian worldview commentary from the Colson Center, featuring radio host John Stonestreet. | Follow us on Twitter: @BreakPointCC.

Since 1991, BreakPoint—a program of the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview—has provided believers around the U.S. with a Christian perspective on today’s news and trends. Our daily BreakPoint commentaries, co-hosted by Colson Center President John Stonestreet, air on some 1,400 radio outlets with an estimated weekly listening audience of eight million people. Its "BreakPoint This Week" counterpart, also hosted by Stonestreet and Shane Morris includes a weekly conversation with leading Christian writers and thinkers on topics ranging from the sanctity of life to marriage, religious liberty, and the restoration of virtue and ethics to public life. Over at BreakPoint.org, Stonestreet is joined by other thoughtful Christian writers through columns and feature articles equipping believers to live and defend the Christian worldview. Check us out online for great worldview content and resources, including book reviews for teens and preteens, need-to-know news headlines and more.

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Would a Good God Allow the Coronavirus? - BreakPoint

You’re in a conversation and someone says, “Why would God allow the coronavirus? There cannot be a loving and all-powerful God, who would let people suffer like this.” What would you say? https://hubs.ly/H0qlCfZ0

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Are Government Restrictions Going Too Far? - BreakPoint

How is that we can buy lottery tickets but churches can’t even meet in parking lots at a safe social distance? Is that willful persecution or just a good precaution? How can we tell the difference? @McCormickProf https://hubs.ly/H0qlnmN0

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Are Brits Turning to Faith? - BreakPoint

According to a recent poll, 1/3 of Brits aged 18 to 34 have watched an online religious service since the outbreak of COVID-19. Twenty percent of those have never gone to church before. And prayer hotlines are also popular there these days. https://hubs.ly/H0qlcz50

breakpoint.org Perhaps God is bringing revival again to this land of Wilberforce and the Wesleys.

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Anderson Cooper and the New Normal - BreakPoint

Behind Anderson Cooper’s money and these headlines is this baby’s mom. No matter what we tell ourselves, about how willing she was or how better off she is now, she’s harmed and so is her son – who somehow knew from the moment he was born to look for her. https://hubs.ly/H0qlnK70

breakpoint.org Behind Anderson Cooper’s money and these headlines is this baby’s mom.

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What Would Jesus Tweet? A Christlike Path for Social Media - BreakPoint

The sad truth is that much of online discourse is a product of the insecurity that often accompanies fatherlessness: young men grasping for meaning and identity because they were never taught what authentic manhood looks like. #SocialMedia @dustinwmesser https://hubs.ly/H0qlcyL0

breakpoint.org Jesus doesn’t choose between boldness, biblical fidelity, and kindness because they’re part and parcel of the same calling

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After the Great Interruption: The Church in the Wake of the Coronavirus - BreakPoint

So we all have a role to play as witnesses to Christ after the Great Interruption. But one thing is for sure. A “return to normalcy” is not an option. #Christianity #Coronavirus #Covid19 @StanGuthrie https://hubs.ly/H0qlrq_0

breakpoint.org We all have a role to play as witnesses to Christ after the Great Interruption.

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How Long Can We Go without Work? - BreakPoint

We can run the numbers all we want about how long the economy can survive in its present form, but how long can human beings survive without work? Work isn’t just something we do because we have to; it’s something we do because of who God made us to be. https://hubs.ly/H0qlnmc0

breakpoint.org Work isn't just something we do because we have to; it's something we do because of who we are, because of who God has made us to be.

What Would You Say

Would God allow the coronavirus?

You’re in a conversation and someone says, “Why would God allow the coronavirus? There cannot be a loving and all-powerful God, who would let people suffer like this.”

What would you say?

Many people think the existence of evil and suffering disproves the existence of God. After all, if God is loving, He would want to stop bad things from happening. If He’s all-powerful, He could stop bad things from happening. But evil and suffering obviously exist.

Does this mean a good God cannot exist? No, and here are four reasons why.

1. Evil is evidence God exists, not that He doesn’t.
2. Evil is real, but not really a thing.
3. The possibility of love makes evil possible too.
4. God Himself is the only adequate solution to evil and suffering.

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Mom Isn’t Dad - BreakPoint

For years, a British woman lived as a man, undergoing surgery and ingesting male hormones. After deciding to get pregnant, she stopped the hormones & was inseminated. Then after giving birth, she demanded to be listed as “father” on the birth certificate. https://hubs.ly/H0qldXg0

breakpoint.org So much of the transgender movement isn’t about “live and let live,” but about conforming society to a tragic denial of biological reality.

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Ahmaud Arbery, Race, and Justice - BreakPoint

John Stonestreet and Shane Morris discuss the horrible shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery by two men who decided to take what they thought to be justice into their own hands. Why did it take so long for charges to be filed? How do Christians use discernment when weighing the factors of race, of individual or systemic sin and injustice? Will justice be done in this case?

They also discuss the fawning media coverage of CNN’s Anderson Cooper announcing he now has a baby. What the media and Cooper didn’t bother to tell you is that he paid a woman (who will ever remain nameless to her child and the world) to use her womb to manufacture a child. John and Shane detail the serious ethical problems of commercial surrogacy–and urge Christians to pay attention.

breakpoint.org John Stonestreet and Shane Morris discuss the horrible shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery.

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Would a Good God Allow the Coronavirus? - BreakPoint

You’re in a conversation and someone says, “Why would God allow the coronavirus? There cannot be a loving and all-powerful God, who would let people suffer like this.”

What would you say?

Many people think the existence of evil and suffering disproves the existence of God. After all, if God is loving, He would want to stop bad things from happening.

If He’s all-powerful, He could stop bad things from happening. But evil and suffering obviously exist. Does this mean a good God cannot exist?

No, and here are four reasons why.

1. Evil is evidence God exists, not that He doesn’t.

2. Evil is real, but not really a thing.

3. The possibility of love makes evil possible too.

4. God Himself is the only adequate solution to evil and suffering.

breakpoint.org Why would God allow the coronavirus?

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Are Government Restrictions Going Too Far? - BreakPoint

"For the most part, people around the world have been content to abide by government restrictions in the wake of COVID-19, but sometimes some of the new rules seem off somehow. How is that we can buy lottery tickets but churches can’t even meet in parking lots at a safe social distance? Is that willful persecution or just a good precaution? How can we tell the difference?"

breakpoint.org What's the difference between a legitimate rule and a denial of our rights?

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Are Brits Turning to Faith? - BreakPoint

According to a recent poll, one-third of Brits aged 18 to 34 have watched an online religious service since the outbreak of COVID-19. Twenty percent of those have never gone to church before. And prayer hotlines are also popular there these days.

This reveals, as the UK Observer put it, “an increase in the numbers of people turning to faith for succour amid uncertainty and despair.”

Of course, “turning to faith” can mean almost anything. One study by relief charity Christian Aid found that 61 percent of the British population believe that “faith leaders have a role to play providing moral guidance and spiritual leadership during COVID-19,” which is certainly better than Cuomo’s “faith didn’t do that” line. On the other hand, a third of Britons prefer a fictional character, Rev. Geraldine Granger of the TV series “Vicar of Dibley” for their faith leader.

Perhaps God is bringing revival again to this land of Wilberforce and the Wesleys. We should certainly pray to that end.

breakpoint.org Perhaps God is bringing revival again to this land of Wilberforce and the Wesleys.

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Anderson Cooper and the New Normal - BreakPoint

"Behind Anderson Cooper’s money and these headlines is this baby’s mom. No matter what we tell ourselves, about how willing she was or how better off she is now, she’s harmed and so is her son – who somehow knew from the moment he was born to look for her. Unfortunately, he won’t find her. Shame on us."

breakpoint.org Behind Anderson Cooper’s money and these headlines is this baby’s mom.

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Does the Christian Worldview Speak to the Fashion Industry? - BreakPoint

The world is filled with wondrous creations that our contemporary worldview demands be nothing but the accidents of nature. But, there’s something in our humanness that knows that nature is #Creation. #Fashion #Christianity @TimothyDPadget1 https://hubs.ly/H0qjs4s0

breakpoint.org Our calling to work is a sacred calling, given us by our Creator as an intrinsic part of who we are.

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Under the Constitution, Religion Is not Just Another Lifestyle Choice - BreakPoint

At a time when so many Americans fail to understand religion’s privileged status under the Constitution, Christians must be especially vigilant to protect our religious freedoms—even as we make sacrifices during the current pandemic. @McCormickProf https://hubs.ly/H0qjr350

breakpoint.org Princeton’s Dr. Robert George talks with John Stonestreet on today’s BreakPoint Podcast.

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Abstaining from Everything During the Pandemic, Except from . . . - BreakPoint

"It’s likely that when our kids return to school, they’ll again be encouraged to engage in risky sexual behavior and the risks associated with this public health crisis will be downplayed." #SexualRevolution https://hubs.ly/H0qjPbs0

breakpoint.org Once again, kids are the victims of the sexual revolution.

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Helping Your Child Develop a Resilient Faith in Uncertain Times - John Stonestreet

John Stonestreet talks with Focus on the Family President Jim Daly about helping our children develop a resilient faith in uncertain times.

What are some ways you've been talking about faith to your children during this time? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comments.

As the coronavirus has shown us, we live in uncertain times. But your child can learn to stand strong and shine brightly for Christ in the midst of this shak...

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What Would Jesus Tweet? A Christlike Path for Social Media - BreakPoint

"Whether their voice sounds like it belongs on NPR or The Daily Wire, the sad truth is that much of online discourse is a product of the insecurity that often accompanies fatherlessness: young men grasping for meaning and identity with this persona or that caricature because they were never taught what authentic manhood looks like."

breakpoint.org Jesus doesn’t choose between boldness, biblical fidelity, and kindness because they’re part and parcel of the same calling

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After the Great Interruption: The Church in the Wake of the Coronavirus - BreakPoint

So we all have a role to play as witnesses to Christ after the Great Interruption. It may be by open proclamation of the good news, or deeds of compassion, or a recommitment to the life of the mind. Or all three. But one thing is for sure. A “return to normalcy” is not an option. https://hubs.ly/H0qgKxf0

breakpoint.org We all have a role to play as witnesses to Christ after the Great Interruption.

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How Long Can We Go without Work? - BreakPoint

We can run the numbers all we want about how long the economy can survive in its present hobbled form, but not enough of us are asking how long human beings can survive without work. Work isn’t just something we do because we have to; it’s something we do because of who we are, because of who God has made us to be.

John Stonestreet recently chatted with Mike Sharrow, president and CEO of the C12 group, the nation’s largest network of CEOs. They discussed the practical implications of the ongoing COVID-19 shutdown, as well as what this continued pause will do to our very natures as human beings.

breakpoint.org Work isn't just something we do because we have to; it's something we do because of who we are, because of who God has made us to be.

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Mom Isn’t Dad - BreakPoint

For years, a British woman lived as a man, undergoing surgery and ingesting male hormones. After deciding she wanted to get pregnant, she stopped the hormones and was inseminated. Then after giving birth, she demanded to be listed as “father” on the birth certificate.

But, a UK Court said no, affirming biological reality, the child’s interests, and common sense. “A person whose egg is inseminated in their womb and becomes pregnant and gives birth to a child is that child’s ‘mother,’” wrote the judges, before concluding “Every child … should be able to discover who their mother was.”

So much of the transgender movement isn’t about “live and let live,” but about conforming society to a tragic denial of biological reality. That’s something we must not do, out of love of God and neighbor. We must stand for truth while and loving those caught in lies. How to do that is the theme of our upcoming free virtual event: “Truth. Love. Together.”

breakpoint.org So much of the transgender movement isn’t about “live and let live,” but about conforming society to a tragic denial of biological reality.

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“The Chosen” is Worth Your Time - BreakPoint

“The Chosen” Producer Dallas Jenkins was inspired to create an entire series about Jesus’ life, one that was neither sanitary, watered-down, nor uber-preachy. Along the way, Jenkins and his team not only created their own TV show, they also created their own delivery system.

breakpoint.org If you’ve exhausted your quarantine viewing list, and even if you haven’t, I’ve got a suggestion: “The Chosen.”

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The Chosen and the God Who Sweats - BreakPoint

The best part of #TheChosen is that they show us that our God became a man. There’s no question that there’s more to this Christ than a mere man, but there’s also a wonderful emphasis that this was indeed a real man. @TimothyDPadget1 @VidAngel https://hubs.ly/H0qdKFz0

breakpoint.org The best part of “The Chosen” is that they show us that our God became a man.

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Helping Your Child Develop a Resilient Faith in Uncertain Times - BreakPoint

How can we comfort and guide our children in a moment when things seem out of control and dangers seem all around? John Stonestreet sat down with Jim Daly to talk about a concern that's close to the hearts of many of us in this time of fear. @DalyFocus https://hubs.ly/H0qdKFG0

breakpoint.org How can we comfort and guide our children in this trying time?

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Is Critical Theory Practical? - BreakPoint

You’re in a conversation and someone says, “Critical theory helps identify and end oppression, so anyone who cares about putting a stop to oppression should support critical theory.” What would you say? #SocialJustice #Christianity #CriticalTheory https://hubs.ly/H0qdRQZ0

breakpoint.org You’re in a conversation and someone says, “Critical theory helps identify and end oppression, so anyone who cares about putting a stop to oppression should support critical theory.”

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Praying for Muslims During Ramadan - BreakPoint

This is the time where many Muslims are seeking to hear from God, and for the last several decades, God has been breaking through to so many Muslims through dreams, in the reading of Holy Scripture, and via other Muslim converts to point them to Christ. https://hubs.ly/H0qdRR20

breakpoint.org This year, April 24th marked the first day of Ramadan, considered the holiest period of the Muslim calendar. For one month, Muslims around the world fast from sun-up to sun-down, and many perform additional spiritual disciplines, to commemorate what they hold to be the revelation of the Quran to Muh...

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Does the Christian Worldview Speak to the Fashion Industry? - BreakPoint

"The world is filled with wondrous creations that our contemporary worldview demands be nothing but the accidents of nature. But, there’s something in our humanness that revolts against this. We know that nature is Creation, the artistry of the Great Artist."

breakpoint.org Our calling to work is a sacred calling, given us by our Creator as an intrinsic part of who we are.

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Under the Constitution, Religion Is not Just Another Lifestyle Choice - BreakPoint

Religion is not just one lifestyle choice among many. Not, at least, according to the Constitution. In fact, as Princeton’s Dr. Robert George tells John Stonestreet on today’s BreakPoint Podcast, “in our constitutional tradition, religion is singled out for special care. It isn’t a variant of freedom generally . . . Our founding fathers, those who bequeathed to us this great constitutional government … understood that religion has to do with the conscience.”

So at a time when so many Americans—not to mention our lawmakers and local officials—fail to understand religion’s privileged status under the Constitution, Christians must be especially vigilant to protect our religious freedoms—even as we make sacrifices during the current pandemic.

breakpoint.org Princeton’s Dr. Robert George talks with John Stonestreet on today’s BreakPoint Podcast.

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Dr. Robert George on Religious Freedom and the Pandemic - BreakPoint

During COVID-19, Christians have sacrificed physically gathering together out of love of neighbor. At the same time, it is essential to remind lawmakers that any curbs on religious freedom must done in the least restrictive way possible and must be temporary.

Across the country, those lines are in danger of being crossed. In some places, they already have.

The reason, as Princeton Professor Robert George told me recently on the BreakPoint Podcast, too many Americans –including lawmakers and even some Christians—“essentially see (religion) as a hobby…like football, or going to the ballet, or collecting stamps.”

“But in our constitutional tradition,” he continued, religion “is singled out for special care… Our founding fathers, who bequeathed to us this great constitutional government … understood that religion has to do with the conscience.”

My conversation with Dr. Robert George is like an essential short course on religious freedom and the Constitution.

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The truth is a powerful thing.

We live in a moment of cultural confusion. Fewer and fewer of the things that give meaning to our lives come easily. Family, community, beauty, truth seem to be constantly eroding around us—while our news feeds are full of despair, anger, and division.

How are Christians to make sense of the world around us? How can we make sure we have clarity in our daily lives?

Welcome to BreakPoint. A program of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, our commentaries offer incisive content people can’t find anywhere else; content that cuts through the fog of relativism and the news cycle with truth and compassion.

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