Remember Lot's Wife: She Halted, She Faulted, She Salted
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if Jesus Christ came back to earth to minister in our contemporary society? I sometimes wonder if he were here what would he preached? What would his message be? What would be the impact of his ministry on our lives?
I am very sure He would share with us the Sermon on the Mount especially the Attitudes that ought to be. I am sure He would talk about abounding love and mercy and grace.
I am very sure He would share with us the fact that He is the good shepherd and that He is the light of the world that has come to dispel darkness in man' heart.
I am sure He would preach for the Kingdom of God is hand and we need to repent. I am sure He would minister the healing touch to those that are about to give up; those that broken hearted and minister to the needs of a sick society.
But I have a feeling that when He would confront the pluralism of our time that He would give an urgent and strong warning. I have a feeling that when He confronts the secularism of our time that He would give an urgent and strong warning. I have a feeling when He would confront the terrorism of our time He would give an urgent and strong warning.
I have the feeling that when He confronted the heathenism of our time he would give a warning. I have the feeling that when He looked at the complacency of the church; the hypocrisy of our churches; when he took a long look at the lazy ways of so many so called Christians he would deliver a stern and urgent warning.
I have a feeling he would preach the same text that he preached to his own disciples as we here Him in Luke 17:32 when He uses a three word text, "Remember Lot's Wife."
This seems like a strange kind of message for the King of Kings to preach. This seems like a very strange message for the Lord of Lords to preach. The Lord Jesus, while speaking to His disciples and relating to the truth o ...
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