While God made mankind (and his tongue) to be created for His glory, Satan’s poison of deceit has brought out the worse in how we use our tongues. Even now, Christians must guard against the evil that is our tongue.
Many professing Christians have a phobia – of others. The need to be accepted and the fear of being rejected is enough to put them in shells while longing for true freedom in Christ.
The reaction to Jesus, who came into this world as God incarnate (Phil. 2:6-8), was seen by rejoicing and rejection. Children of God should always rejoice at His arrival into this world – including this time of year – knowing that such was necessary for Him to live among man and die for Him.
Christian, are you using what God has entrusted to you? Do do seek, to be like Jesus, to build up the body of Christ so that the church can manifest the wisdom of God through His church? Will he find you – at the day of reckoning – in want?
True, God should be our closest relationship, but that didn’t exclude God from giving us “true friendships” here on earth as we seek to walk with Him. In fact, he desires us to have earthly companions.
The Bible is God’s word and is profitable to teach God’s expressed will regarding same-sex sexual relations.
(Editor’s note: please forgive me for speaking incorrectly about Lot’s daughter’s husbands…they were never married. )
April 28, 2013 by Mitch
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