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Sometimes a doctrine like the fallen nature of man is difficult to quantify, but this quote by C.S. Lewis does so quite simply. In cultures that have been positively influenced by Christian and western values, the visible line between Christians and non-Christians can become quite blurred. But, at root, the rebellious impulse against Christ is still the same as it ever was. In order to have true peace and true relationship with God, we must lay down our weapons and surrender. #cslewis#cslewisquotes#apologetics#christianblogger#christianquotes#libertarianism#mememonday
No cheesy motivational quote under this pic. It would have felt great to stay under the the covers listening to the rain outside the window. BUT.. not today satan! There’s always work to be done. Leave someone better than how you found them today.
For the past few years, apologetics has been a major interest of mine. If you are new to the faith or are just unsure of what “apologetics” means, here are the basics. Apologetics doesn’t mean to “apologize” as in you feel remorse for doing someone wrong. Rather, apologetics is actually defending your faith as a Christian. In this day and age, Christians are looked at under a magnifying glass by the secular world. People not only like to point out our little imperfections but also how they believe the Bible to have errors. It is vital as Christians that we are able to defend God’s Word not because He needs our help (He does not), but rather because we can use this as an opportunity to point people to Jesus Christ.
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Peter during this had no idea what he was doing, he only cared about himself. Peter put himself before Jesus Christ worrying only for his safety. We sometimes become just like Peter when we decide not to pray for our food when people are around. When we decide not to talk about the gospel because we think we will be judged and ridiculed. When and if we help the homeless we don’t let them know that God loves them. Now This is what a repent full heart looks like; Peter wept bitterly after he realized what he had done. The next time JesusChrist saw Peter He did not bring back the past, Christ Jesus just asked Peter 3 times if he loved him and within the answers that Peter gave Christ Jesus let him know to just do God’s will.
Beware of your actions and let’s not be ashamed of the gospel for in in it we have the foundation for the grace of God.
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