......, as Ralph Carmichael wrote back in the late 1950's, "The Savior Is Waiting"? Recently I was surfing my old radio dial at the lower end of the FM band where most Christian radio stations are located on the dial when I caught the tail end of some radio evangelist's show when (whoever it was....I couldn't make out who it was because the radio signal was breaking up really badly.) he had some singer close out the program with that Ralph Carmichael song, "The Savior Is Waiting": The Savior is waiting to enter your heart,/Why don't you let Him come in?/There's nothing in this world to keep you apart,/What is your answer to Him?/ (Chorus) Time after time He has waited before,/And now He is waiting again/To see if you're willing to open the door:/ O how He wants to come in. Now, I'm not a hyper-Calvinist, but neither am I a died-in-the-wool Arminian, but something about that song's lyrics just doesn't seem to agree with what the Apostle Paul wrote about Jesus in some parts of his NT letters. I guess it's sort of like that picture I've seen on some Facebook sites of a poor, wimpy-like Jesus standing out in the cold, with hat-in-hand, tenderly knocking on that knob-less door waiting, PLEADING for the hardened, probably muscularly-built macho-man to let widdle Jesus into his heart.:tear: :tear: Is that the same Jesus who is King of Kings and Lord of Lords? Is that the same Jesus of Revelation 4 and 5? :thumbsup: Well, IS IT??