“Stand therefore, having your loins girt about with truth, and having on the breastplate of righteousness;” – Ephesians 6:14
Here are some very important questions to ask yourself today:
I am a Christian. If I don’t tell the unsaved how to keep from spending an eternity in Hell, who will?
If I don’t tell them that sin is wicked and destroys our lives and those around us, who will?
If I don’t tell them what God says is sin, who will?
If I don’t tell them that abortion is against God’s commandments, who will?
If I don’t tell them that homosexuality is a chosen sin-style that angers God, who will?
If I don’t tell them that God’s way is right, and all other ways are wrong, who will?
If I don’t tell them that God planned for man to have one wife and that both should be faithful to each other until death, who will?
If I don’t tell them that God has preserved His will and way in the King James Bible, so we will know exactly what He wants us to know, who will?
If I don’t tell them that everything that names itself “Christian” is not necessarily of God, who will?
If I don’t tell them that there is a real devil that doesn’t want them to do what God wants them to, who will?
If I don’t tell them that it is the same devil that tempts, confuses, and deceives them so they won’t know God’s way or want to obey it, who will?
If I don’t show the world that there is a proper, rewarding, God-desired lifestyle, who will?
If the unsaved world can’t see that I am different from them, who will show them that there is a difference between those bound for Heaven and those bound for Hell?
If my life is not an example of how good God is, and that He is alive and still working in His children’s lives, whose will?
If I don’t have the “guts” to stand up for what I believe, and what God’s Word commands, who will?
As a Christian, I have many responsibilities. Instead, of sitting around and not being the Christian I should be, I need to be a light in this sin-darkened world. I need to start telling them — now!
Oh, and by the way, I am not telling you these things because I think I am better than you or because I think you are a terrible person. I am a saved sinner and know that I also displeased, and at times angered, God. I tell you these things because I love you and want the best for you! Hopefully, you would do the same for me if you had the Truth!