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Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by J.Wayne, Feb 17, 2008.

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Are we? Dry-Eyed Christians in a Hell-Bound world?

  1. Yes...if this is your choice...please say no more.

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  2. No...if this is your choice...please explain...specific and to the point, please

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  1. J.Wayne

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    Are we? Christians as a majority, Dry-Eyed in a Hell-bound world?

    Please do not take this as a personal issue, as this is merely a gereralization.
     
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    Yes.......
     
  3. rbell

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    please explain what you mean.
     
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    Dry-Eyed, indifferent, and too many pick and choose in a hell-bound world.

    Christians are to be a light in this world for Christ. In the world, but not of it.

    If Christians are not acting differently than the world then are they truly Christians?

    Then why would any non-christian want to worship God?
     
  5. J.Wayne

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    Are we content with what is happening in the world and condoning it by setting back and not taking a stand against those who stand against us.

    Are we satisfied to set back and hope that someone else will take heed, and not be afraid to take a stand, or are we as a majority sick and tired of accepting status-quo.

    Are we willing to get involved and prove to God that we, are truly that which we claim to be, by using the gift/s that He has given us, no matter how insufficient we think they are.

    Are we ashamed that some one will see us, and continue to set on the back pew, so that no one can watch us, and in so many cases complain when others are willing to take a stand.

    Do we simply go to church to feel good about our selves, or do we go to get closer to God and do that which is our sole purpose of being a Christian...to go into all nations and share the Word.
     
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    Dunno if I can give you a "percentage" answer, but that'll preach! :D
     
  7. J.Wayne

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    ok...fair enough...so as one?
     
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    No. However, I can only speak for myself...
     

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