If God said it, shouldn’t that settle it…
When we choose to follow Christ we find stability. Yet when we decide to compromise our faith we are actually leaving the Master to serve another in which there will be no stability. The winds of life will blow against these folks and they will be tossed to and fro. As their core values aren’t truly rooted in trusting the Lord’s core values which is His laws. For we are told that if we love Him we will obey Him.
In disobeying Christ and consigning others that blatantly disobey Him how are we lining up with scripture? Where is the disconnect? Either the Bible is true or it’s all lies. Either the Lord told us that it’s a sin to murder or He said that you can decide who can or can not murder.
If God said it, shouldn’t that settle it or have we allowed another god to tell us to compromise the commandments of Adonai? Did He not tell us to choose this day whom we are going to serve, Him or mammon? Are we daily choosing mammon when we say, “I know that the Bible saids that it’s wrong but I’m okay with it.” “Go on do what you want, folks can’t judge you.” Are these comments a weak attempt at fitting into a world that is obviously lost? Does the fact that one can not judge another, lessen the truth that we still will be ultimately judged by the Lord?
Are we honestly ready for what is a delayed reaction of wrath for our disobedience? Doesn’t the Bible warn us that obedience is better than sacrifice? With each act of disobedience we will suffer the repercussion through sacrifice great or small but sacrifice none the less. Or do we think that we can hang with the world and dip over to Christ in times of need, say a quick prayer and then continue to not only practice sinning but encourage others to do the same? Yes such thoughts are mere whispers of demons in your ears, attempting to lure you like sheep being being led to the slaughter.
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