March 13, 2017

Saved ... from what?

If you would say that you are saved, then from what are you saved?

A bad attitude?

If so, do you always have a good attitude?

If not, then when you have your bad attitude, then are you lost again?

If not, then why would you say that you are saved from a bad attitude if you can have one?

Would you say that you are now positive?

Do you know that Jesus never talked about having a positive attitude, nor did he say not to be negative, whatever that means? Do you think that when he drove the money-changers out of the temple, that some of those people thought that Jesus was being negative?

We hear the words "positive" and "negative" frequently in the world today, don't we?

Do you think that unsaved people can be positive, and if so, then how can that be if one needs to be saved from being negative?

Have you examined your heart recently to see if you are in the faith, or do you just try to be positive?

Do you think it is wrong to question your faith?

Have you ever heard someone say that only the devil would have you question your faith?

Did you know that the apostle Paul commands us to check to see if we are in the faith?

Do you know where that is found in Scripture?

Or do you not want to know?

Do you not want to do the test required to see if you are in the faith?

What does a heart look like that is in the faith?

What does that person do?

Who do they love?

How often do they love?

Do you know?

How would you tell someone to be saved, and when they thought that they were saved, then would you tell them to check and make sure, and would you know what to tell them that they should find?

The answers are found in the one true book.

The answers are found in God.

Are you asking questions of the one called Teacher?

What is he teaching you?

What are you asking?

Do you ever wonder how it is that someone can say that they are saved from the miry clay of sin, and then say that they STILL sin, and hate their brother, and never help anyone in the ditch, and they can love money more than people, and live to please themselves, and STILL say that they are saved?

How about you?

Do you love God with all your heart?

Do you think that your "sin" is little?

Do you think that one lie makes one a liar, and that one can really tell only one lie?

It's time to search the Word, and examine your heart, and repent of your sin.

You will soon die, for Jesus said so.

Do you really believe his words....all of them?

What does your heart tell you?


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