September 4: The nations

Although this warning was given to Israel, it applies all nations.

Micah 6:10-16

Are there yet the treasures of wickedness

In the house of the wicked,

And the short measure that is an abomination?

Shall I count pure those with the wicked scales,

And with the bag of deceitful weights?

For her rich men are full of violence,

Her inhabitants have spoken lies,

And their tongue is deceitful in their mouth.

“Therefore I will also make you sick by striking you,

By making you desolate because of your sins.

You shall eat, but not be satisfied;

Hunger shall be in your midst.

You may carry some away, but shall not save them;

And what you do rescue I will give over to the sword.

“You shall sow, but not reap;

You shall tread the olives, but not anoint yourselves with oil;

And make sweet wine, but not drink wine.

For the statutes of Omri are kept;

All the works of Ahab’s house are done;

And you walk in their counsels,

That I may make you a desolation,

And your inhabitants a hissing.

Therefore you shall bear the reproach of My people.”

PRAY FOR YOUR NATION TO REPENT AND ACCEPT YESHUA BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE.

 

Leonard Bernstein has done it all: composer, conductor, author, speaker, pianist. Most know Bernstein because of his many popular hits: West Side Story, Candide, On the Town, Wonderful town, Jeremiah, The Age of Anxiety, Kaddish in (memory of JFK). But his real impact on music was in the realm of the classical. He was Music Director of the New York City Symphony Orchestra, and as Music Director of the New York Philharmonic led more concerts with the orchestra than any previous conductor. And what American from the Northeast part of the country can forget hearing Bernstein conduct under the stars at Tanglewood, MA?
Leonard Bernstein has done it all: composer, conductor, author, speaker, pianist.
Most know Bernstein because of his many popular hits: West Side Story, Candide, On the Town, Wonderful town, Jeremiah, The Age of Anxiety, Kaddish in (memory of JFK).
But his real impact on music was in the realm of the classical. He was Music Director of the New York City Symphony Orchestra, and as Music Director of the New York Philharmonic led more concerts with the orchestra than any previous conductor.
And what American from the Northeast part of the country can forget hearing Bernstein conduct under the stars at Tanglewood, MA?

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