Today is the first day of the last month of 2013, and while for some it is a day of worship in church, for many thousands, it will be their final day on earth. For them, the day of judgment will arrive whether they believe it or not, and whether they like it or not will not matter one iota.
Today is the day of salvation for those who have never placed their faith in Jesus Christ. Flee to him and plead for mercy before it is too late.
It’s so looked down upon in this day and age to speak openly of hell. The Church has turned a blind eye to its reality to the point that we have twisted and perverted the gospel into a feel-good message to boost our self esteem and God into little more than a genie who grants our wishes if we rub Him the right way.
I wonder how many of us will shed tears of sorrow and the knowledge of how many we sent to hell by not warning them of its reality. How many souls are lost in America every single day that could have been saved if even one righteous believer was bold enough and loving enough to speak to them of the true gospel of Jesus Christ that is mighty to save lost and depraved sinners from the eternal torment of hell.
Sometimes we think we’re being loving not to share the whole truth, but that’s a lie. It is anything but loving not to share the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth to dying men. We can believe we’re showing grace and mercy by diminishing the reality of hell and the broad path that leads to it but I believe we will give an account for teaching a false gospel on the day of judgment and many professing believers will look down and find blood on our hands if we don’t repent and return to the sure foundation of God’s Holy Word.
Either you take the time to find what those very few do find or you are making a shot in the dark about the way of salvation that has been perfected by Jesus’ crucifixion. What is heard from the contemporary churches is not the Way.
Reminds me of schindlers list. At the end he was weeping for one more. He could have saved one more. However we must not forget that the Holy Spirit guides So his burden is light 🙂