America is at war in Iraq and Afghanistan. Israel is in a protacted conflict with Hamas in Palestine and Hezbolla in Lebanon. Iran is desperately seeking to acquire the technology to develop nuclear weapon. Vladimir Putin of Russia is schmoozing with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran. There is carnage in Dafur, Sudan, while corruption and poverty is ravaging the rest of Africa. The natural elements are not left out - Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, Tsunami in South East Asia, and the Fire in California. The moral fibers of nations are decaying - with confusion over the definition of marriage and sexual identity.
Are these the beginning of the end of days? How should Believers in Christ respond to these world events?
Tuesday, October 30, 2007
It is a fact that we are not evangelizing as much as we should. But why? Is there any such thing as a politically correct way of sharing the gospel with unsaved souls that we meet everyday? Are there consequences for our failure to tell the world that Jesus is Lord? What are those consequences? What are the rewards (if any) of soul winning?