Tuesday, August 16, 2005
It has been said by preachers of the past, and by theologians, kids, punkrockers, and Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron today. If one does not have passion for the lost then they may indeed be a false convert. A whitewashed tomb, one who places burdens on the shoulders of many, not lifting a hand to help them. How said is it then when Christianity is reduced to a subculture, a set of rules, a music genre, or a debate. As beleivers we must examine ourselve and see that we be in the faith. We must ask God constantly for new desires and we must be ever watchful of the old man who seeks our death. We must confront the evilness of ourselves daily to remember that we deserve not one whit more than anyother man the salvation we have been freely given. So Christian, pray everyday, as oft as it comes to memory for a desire to save the lost by preaching the gospel, for holiness of heart, and to live a crucified life that is truely victorious as a result of resurrection of the mind and soul.