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Back around by the playground, I gave Dennis a million-dollar tract. When he found out it was a Christian tract, he was furious.
To feel no conviction from sin means we have numbed our conscience to it. That’s like taking the batteries out of a smoke detector when we get tired of the noise it makes.
I walked around to the bus stop, to find a lady seated there, smoking. The conversation I had with her humbled me to tears.
Around the corner we came across Daryl. Daryl was in an electric wheelchair. He took my tract, and thought that he would go to heaven because he has changed his ways, and not doing the bad stuff he used to do anymore.
The sinner looks for answers in all the wrong places; yoga, meditation, prescription medicine, drugs, alcohol, self-esteem products, even in a false religion. Anything apart from the God of the Bible.
There is nothing more pitiful than scoffing at someone who is destined to fail. Imagine scoffing a blind man for unknowingly stumbling towards a cliff.
Christians have a finite window in our earthly bodies on this planet, to save sinners from an eternal destruction.Sinners too have a finite window in their earthly bodies on this planet, in order to hear the Good News.
The World Wide Web is such a huge place, and there are billions of unsaved people that use it. This is such an amazing evangelistic opportunity, pandemic or not! You can do this!
There are so many ‘nice’ people out there, who believe that their gods and their good works will make up for their lack of righteousness. But when they stand before God on judgement day, their gods will desert them. Their good works will be exposed as futile. They will be called to render a payment, and the time will have passed to accept the payment of another. They will be destroyed in the final storm.
Don’t feel horrible if you failed to witness to someone. And don’t feel horrible that you didn’t do it 100% right the first time. It’s OK, it happens all the time, and it will undoubtedly happen again.The most important thing is that through repentance, you wash the stain of the sin of disobedience off in the ocean of Christ’s mercy.