Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 1 year ago

Why do some Christians avoid surrendering their lives to Christ ?

Do you think we can sink lower into the status quo of our own spiritual paralysis such that it becomes the norm and we settle for it?

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  • 1 year ago
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    Some Christians enjoy just being at the entrance of God's Kingdom, happy to attend church at Christmas and Easter time, happy to receive the good news message of Jesus Christ etc, but do not want to get involved at a deeper level, Jesus refers to them as 'luke warm'. At least, they have one foot in, hopefully, one day they will come all the way in.

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  • Nous
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    1 year ago

    But you prove why Christianity has been split into over 39,500 different denominations, sects and cults setting Christian against Christian and Christians against everyone else!

    God's work? Hardly!

    It must be the Devil and the Antichrist working together to divide, conquer and destroy Christianity from the inside!

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  • 1 year ago

    Loving one's enemies and visiting prisoners are things people naturally just don't like to do. For most people, if they don't want to do something, they just don't do it--even if it's God telling them what to do or not do.

    There's a good reason why Jesus said that most people are going to hell (Mt 7:13-14).

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