The goal of my blog is actually to reach those that call themselves Christian yet are not truly living Christian. If by chance, I reach those that have not asked Jesus into their life the more the merrier.
Am I perfect? No.
Is it my calling from Christ? Yes.
Have I been successful? I honestly do not know.
Each day I struggle with real life events. Some are heartbreaking. Some just challenge me. Yet I continue on seeking my best to serve my Savior. Do I stumble? Most definitely.
We are told to be hot for God and His Son Jesus. To be one with Him and to do as He taught within the Bible.
If you are not hot for God, Jesus clearly states that He would rather you be cold for Him then to be lukewarm for God.
This simple description states why I seek to help those others that call themselves Christian.
Per Jesus if you do not abide with Him, He would rather you deny Him then be someone that says they believe and little else. For those that are lukewarm will be cast from Him. In John 15, it makes it clear without saying so that these people will be cast into a fire.
In the eternal there is only one place that fits this description. It is some place I do not wish to see any have to partake of. Be one with Christ. Live DAILY in His teachings and ways. Love thy neighbor as thy self, for when you do you will be bless by God.
I find it interesting how when I challenge people to their standing with Jesus I do not get any or few “likes.”
The Bible is very clear when read correctly on how our relationship with God and His Son should be. It is sad that so few actually live as directed.
As I stated above, am I perfect? Again, I say no.
Am I judging? Very much no.
I am simply stating what is written within the Bible itself. Have you read it?
Two times Christ states that you must have a strong relationship directly with Him and both times, He states that if you do not you can be cast away from the Body. (John 15:1-11, Revelation 3: 14-22 KJV)
I did not say it. Jesus said it, yet people do not “like” what Christ said. This is heart-rending and revealing. It shows that their relationship may be lacking. I know mine is.
In the Bible, it states that there must be two witnesses against you when accused. Again two times Christ personally makes statements for those reading the Bible to be as witnesses to our relationship with Christ Himself.
This is no accident; this is God laying down the foundation for the White Throne Judgment. A time when many that thought themselves Christian will find themselves not being a part of the Rapture and then the thousand-year reign of Jesus Christ upon earth. They instead will be amongst the dead risen to stand before God upon the White Throne receiving His judgment. Will there be Biblical scholars among them? Perhaps. Will they say, “Where are my two witnesses?” Then God will reply with John 15 and Revelation 3.