It has come to my realization that too many “Christians” are working for satan. Some of which are doing far too good of a job at it as well. Think about all the stuff you do throughout the week and out of all of that, how much is for God. When we get creative in the reasoning, we might be able to come up with 40-50%, if you really try. A lot of Christians do their “one required day” on Sundays and then live in the world the rest of the week. Do we really think this is acceptable? Can you be filled with the Holy Spirit, and only think about God or “act” like a Christian for one day a week. I don’t think so. So when we are not doing Gods work, what are we doing? We can not be in the middle. There is no middle. You are either for God or not. Scripture makes that clear.
So, because you are lukewarm—neither hot nor cold—I am about to spit you out of my mouth.
So if we can’t be “luke warm”, and we are not doing Gods work, we must be doing satans work. If we are not with God, we are in the world, and satan has reign in the world. So if you are one of the “Christians” that just does your time on Sunday, and I’ll even give you the whole day. That would mean you are only doing Gods work 1 out of 7 days. This would result in you doing satans work 85% of the time. You are fighting against God 85% of the time.
We all struggle with finding time in our busy lives for God, but I purpose a new way. An old way as far as this idea isn’t new, but a new “wave” perhaps in Christian reform. We have to make time for our lives in our busy God time. That is we have to surround ourselves with God, that our life is doing his work. We should only do other things because it is a necessity for surviving. Not doing those things as a necessity for having fun. We only work, so that we can pay bills so we can continue to have a safe place to worship him with our family. We only buy a car to get to work, or so that you can spread the Word farther. Not so you can show it off to your friends. We spend our time in growing closer to one another and to God.
We grow closer to God, by growing closer to one another. Jesus taught us to love each other as ourselves. This was not for their benefit, but for ours. This brings us closer to Jesus, and thus closer to God. Don’t do more harm than good. Don’t let satan have more time than God. Every second you give to God, is one more to help fight against satan. Don’t let satan win!
- Jesus Hater! (bound4grace.wordpress.com)