This is a good time to consider what Jonathan Edwards wrote in 1758 about America and the "more glorious work that should be in the latter ages of the Christian church."
I posted it here:
Separately, here's a useful suggestion: turn off the news for a day or two.
The news industry has a business model that requires people to watch and read regularly. The more viewers and readers they get, the more money they get from advertisers. You are paying their salaries every time you tune in to their shows or click on their web pages.
The media knows people will watch and read more if they are alarmed, angry, upset, afraid, etc., so they focus on events that generate these emotions. In many cases, they create news to generate these emotions. The pundits do nothing but generate these emotions. They frame everything as a competition between left and right, anti- and pro-Trump, etc.
It's outrage theater and we're better off doing something other than paying for the performances.
Turn off the news, go exercise, and be grateful for all the blessings God has given you.
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