MICRO~DEVO 6/17/2014 “a bigger picture”

If someone is neutral on the issue of Christ, is he actually neutral? When we follow Jesus, we are a part of something much bigger than ourselves, but when we become sidetracked and argue, pursue religious phariseeism, or fall into sin, we are actually harming the kingdom.

“Anyone who isn’t with me opposes me, and anyone who isn’t working with me is actually working against me. (Luke 11:23 NLT)


~ by Scott Herrin on June 17, 2014.

One Response to “MICRO~DEVO 6/17/2014 “a bigger picture””

  1. I know of people that seem to tinker in Christianity, yet they also put it down and ridicule those that follow their Lord with zeal. Christians should be of one mind. It amazes me the difference in opinions on certain issues that obviously seem to be simply either right or wrong. Politics come to mind here. One of the greatest coup d’état’s that Satan ever pulled on mankind is the phrase “Never discuss, or mix religion and politics.” Gods word speaks of paying a man what he is worth, and also speaks of how a man that does not work does not deserve to eat. Jesus evidently did not make much of an issue out of income inequality. He said that the poor we would have with us always. I do know this, though, and this is politics/religion. Your religion is your politics. Jesus would condemn a person that supports the killing of unborn babies. There would be no ifs, and’s, or buts, about it. I think Jesus, John the Baptist, and the apostles would make the Tea Party look like a very liberal minded bunch of folks. Jesus, the prophets, and the apostles not only talked a good game, but they lived it out.

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