The one thing you can’t do in heaven

matchesWe are witnessing terror all around us. School kids putting a guns in their mouth or a rope around their neck. Drugs and hate surround us. We are living in catastrophic times and many who have lost hope.

My title comes from the book by Mark Cahill who wrote a powerful book a few years ago. The title got my attention so I picked up the book and read it from cover to cover.

I’m always amazed how silent some Christians are regarding their salvation and faith.

  • Every second 7 people die. Do you care? Do you care enough to do anything about it?
  • The problem today is so many say they care about where people spend eternity, yet some 2-3% of people share their faith. That is mind blowing, honestly!

We have formed a type of Christianity that was not present some 2,000 years ago. Have you read Acts or Matthew, Mark, Luke and John recently? Sharing your faith was never an option then, it was what they lived for. So Christian, is it what you live for? Or have you settled into your comfort zone or bought into the lie that you need to be quiet?

There is a cost to living the Christian life. Your father was killed, remember?

Pray about how you can share your faith. Prayer isn’t a gift, it’s a matter of obedience. You don’t need worry or fret about what to say, God has already prepared the way and the ears of who will be listening.

The way you get good at shooting a basketball is to devote hours upon hours of shooting and dribbling (practice). Pick up that book, “The one thing you can’t do in heaven” and it will help you learn how to open up toward others about the how to witness or share your faith. Do you care? Do you care enough to do something about it?

Share your faith. People are ready to listen. Remember, Jesus suffered publicly for what you say is private.

 

 

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