A while back, I wrote a blog called Sermon Sunday: The Word’s Place In Our Lives. It talks about the same thing in different terms that the podcast called Skillet’s John Cooper Breaks Down “Scary” Changes In Culture And How Christians Can “Truth In The Chaos Of A Relativistic World.” There are some people that seem too soft when it comes to the Word of God around their friends etc. They say, “Don’t talk politics today,” if they are a Pastor at a Church among other Pastors and possibly have a Bible study-type of Church. They may also not talk politics with their friends because, “I know where they stand and they know where I stand,” but I want to challenge you: Do you think that a Nonbeliever knows where you stand? Do you think that this same “I know where they stand and they know where I stand,” philosophy applies to them? You may be saying, “But these people are Christians,” and you would be right–that this may be a poor analogy, but beloved, you must evangilize everyone. If a brother in the Lord is falling astray–even a little bit–you MUST teach him or her. You MUST tell them whathe the Bible says.
Abby Johnson talks about her experience in the abortion industry i.e., Christ was very alive at one time in her life but she willingly strayed from that truth. It isn’t that any of you who are believing differently–say you are against abortion but vote for someone who is for it–it isn’t that you aren’t a believer, and it isn’t that whoever disagrees with us are “an infidel”, but that as Christians, we must fall in love with the Truth–we must fall in love with the Father, the Son i.e. the Living Word; Jesus, and the Spirit of Truth who leads us into all truth (John 16). Pray about it!!!!!!!!!