Easter, Leadership, and Faith

By | March 27, 2016

[March 27, 2016]  Faith drives the belief in the resurrection of Jesus Christ … and Easter Day is celebrated annually to recognize that He paid the penalty of death for our sins.  Faith is not based in scientific proof and it cannot be forced upon people.  Leadership is also based upon faith, not that different from Christian faith in the story of Jesus’ rising form the dead.

Christians are being persecuted now more than ever in the past century.  While Muslim radicalization swells, it’s forcing one of the largest migrations ever in the history of humankind.  And while that creates great pain for those affected, senior political leaders across the Western world largely have ignored the scourge of Islamic terrorism and its spread of death and destruction.

America has belatedly recognized that a group of radicalized Muslims are engaged in genocide against an array of “non-believers” who don’t practice the Sunni Muslim version of Islam.  Only Egypt’s President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi has stepped forward to condemn Islamic peoples for many tragedies and has called on a reform of Islam.  Many, like U.S. President Obama, have gone out of their way to turn a blind eye to the religion of Islam and the causes that are driving so many horrors today.

Today we respect the belief of those Christians who have sacrificed much in their pursuit of what they hold dearest; their faith in Jesus and the Holy Spirit.  Let us hope each and everyone has a happy Easter with family and friends.  And can renew and reinforce their faith.

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Author: Douglas R. Satterfield

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