Citizens Of Two Kingdoms

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Romans 13:1-7

Today is the day we celebrate Thanksgiving. As is our custom, we make a list of all things we are thankful for, including health, our prosperity and the necessities of life. We are also reminded that many of these things come to us because of this remarkable country we live in.

What is the relationship Christians should have to their country? We know we do not live in a Christian country, so how should we look at the secular government and institutions that make up our country? As we continue to examine the lifestyle of the gospel, we are forced to ask what relationship we should have with our government.