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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Proverbs 20:28

"Loyalty and truth preserve the king, and he upholds his throne by
righteousness" (Proverbs 20:28 NASB). Loyalty, truth, and righteousness
should be the foundation of any government. A king needs loyal and truthful
people for his kingdom to exist successfully. If a king wants such people,
he needs to be a person of righteousness himself. If a king is wicked,
however, the people who serve him will be as well (cf. Proverbs 29:12). As
the government become more corrupt, the people are more and more unhappy
(cf. Proverbs 28:12, 15, 28; 29:2). Obviously, there are loads of ways we
can apply this to our government, but lets consider this principle on what
is a more personal level for most of us. Every household is a kingdom of
sorts with the parents forming the government and the children the subjects.
If we want happy, loyal, and truthful children, we need to live righteously
ourselves. Above all, the father as the head of the household must set this
example. Without loyalty, truth, and righteousness a family will fall apart.

Jeremy Sprouse

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