Just wanted to post a quick note of a thought that coursed through my mind this morning. Here it is.
As I make my way around town today, I notice churches filled to the brim with people. I wonder why so many are in church today? Why would so many be in church when there are so many lost people in the world? Why would any Christian go to church, especially those who believe in some sort of eternal conscious torment for those who die as unbelievers, knowing that even one person around them today might die and go to an unending hell? How could you, Christian, bear this on your conscience? When I was at the church building for so many years, we (I) taught that we are to love unbelievers and to bring them the Gospel of Christ before it is too late. Anything short of loving them and sharing the Gospel was about as uncaring as anyone could be. Not only that, but we (I) would lay heavy guilt upon Christians by saying things like, “If you pass up an opportunity to share the Gospel, and that person dies without Christ, his/her blood could be on your hands. You may be their only opportunity to hear about Christ!”
If any of this is true, and Christian, you don’t want to be a hypocrite, I suggest you quit going to church and spend your time on Sundays going out into all the world to preach the Gospel. Better yet, since there are so many billions of people in the world without Christ, you should be not only willing, but enthusiastic about quitting your job, giving up your home, and spend every moment of the rest of your life evangelizing the lost. Time is of the essence, after all, and you are God’s only hope to save SOME! Get busy, Christian, the lost’s lives depend upon you!
If this is too much for you, check out more of the articles on this blog on Christian Universalism or the site links on the right side of the page for more info. Your life may never be the same if you do! You may become closer to God than you ever thought possible if you do! I dare you to take the chance!
In Christ’s love,