(Natural News) Once thought to be a promising and upcoming socialist utopia, Venezuela is now caught in a death spiral towards famine, starvation and poverty, all of which are directly linked to the corruption of a centralized authoritative regime. The conditions in Venezuela are so bad, in fact, that the government must set up barriers and restrictions for the news media so that the socialist country’s reputation isn’t damaged any further.
In February of this year, for example, CNN was kicked out of Venezuela for reporting on the poor conditions inside Caracas Public High School. “CNN, do not get into the affairs of Venezuela. I want CNN well away from here,” demanded President Maduro. “Outside of Venezuela. Do not put your nose in Venezuela.”… [read more]
lhwm opinion: Lord we pray for the people, and we pray they will call out your name and recognize you are God! When they do Lord your words says: Matthew 14:31 Immediately Jesus extended His hand and caught him, saying to him, “O you of little faith, why did you doubt?” We pray they will humble themselves before you Lord and Seek your face. Lord please send a miracle there! Thank you Lord for being faithful to your word. In Jesus Name Amen!
….When we study God’s Word, a pattern emerges. We learn that God never changes and never lies (Numbers 23:19; 1 Samuel 15:29). We learn through Scripture that God has never failed in the past (Isaiah 51:6). He was always true to His Word as He worked in the lives of the ancient Israelites. When He said He would do something, He did it (Numbers 11:23; Matthew 24:35). We begin to build trust upon His proven character. We can trust that God will be true to Himself. He will never cease acting like God. He will never cease being sovereign, being holy, or being good (1 Timothy 6:15; 1 Peter 1:16)…. [read more on Question: “How can I learn to trust in the faithfulness of God?”]