God is so good. I’m sure every Christian will testify that no matter how many times we mess up, no matter how many times we stray, God always gently picks us up, dusts us off, and puts us back on track. God is a loving, merciful God, but do we take this marvelous grace for granted? Is there a point of no return?
Thank God we live in an age of grace. But there is a danger of abusing this grace. Grace isn’t cheap! The bill was paid for in blood, Christ’s blood that He shed on Calvary.
Yet many grumble . . . I want to live a little, at least while I’m young. Let me sow a few wild oats, then I’ll settle down and get serious with God later on in life. He’ll forgive me. Right?
Maybe that’s not you. You’re saved, and you try to do what’s right. You would never admit it to anyone, but deep down you regret your decision to serve Christ. You’ve lived right and tried to serve the Lord, but feel cheated. While the ungodly prosper, you feel like you’ve been slapped in the face. You question why God would allow so many bad things to happen to you. You know Jesus gave His life for you, yet you feel a temptation to give in, to partake of worldly pleasures.
Saved or not, God knows you better than you know yourself. He loves you with an unfailing love. God has a glorious eternity planned for you that far exceeds any pleasure you could experience on earth. Why would anyone flirt with disaster and put their eternity at risk? Tune in to this podcast episode and realize the stakes are too high. You can’t afford to gamble because how you exit this life determines where you will spend eternity.
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