All eyes are on New Hampshire today after yesterday’s Democratic Party primary was won by Bernie Sanders. Although Pete Buttigieg finished a close second and Amy Klobuchar surged to third place, today the New York Times is calling Sanders “the new front-runner of the 2020 Democratic primary.”
David Vryhof of the Society of St. John the Evangelist: “Why would we choose to love our enemies and do good to those who hate us? Because this is the way of God.
“God never stops loving, never stops caring, never stops blessing. Yes, it’s outrageous. It’s impractical. It’s unrealistic. It’s beyond us. Which is why we need God and why we need each other."
The State of the Union address got tense Tuesday night with President Trump turning before shaking Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's hand and Pelosi tearing the President's speech as it came to an end. Amid the political tension, here are three biblical responses to the divisions in our nation.