Did you know it is time to fight?

What is with a Christian that pushes Jesus or even tells you that you could go to Hell?  I had someone ask me this and this may be a ridiculous answer but I think it explains the question.

To answer this I think about a house on fire.  If my kid was upstairs and I could hear them screaming, do you think I would just sit there and do nothing?  Of course not!  If my kid was in danger, I would be willing to die to help my kid.  I would pray, beg God for help, cover myself in water, and run with all my power to help my kid be saved!

What I am getting at is this:

Fight with All You Have in You.

Dear friends, I’ve dropped everything to write you about this life of salvation that we have in common.  I have to write insisting—begging!—that you fight with everything you have in you for this faith entrusted to us as a gift to guard and cherish. What has happened is that some people have infiltrated our ranks (our Scriptures warned us this would happen), who beneath their pious skin are shameless scoundrels. Their design is to replace the sheer grace of our God with sheer license—which means doing away with Jesus Christ, our one and only Master.  Jude 1:3-4 (MSG)

First, we need to realize what is within our power and what is in God’s power.  We, as Christians, are not God.  If we believe with faith and action, I would think we would have the same conviction about our faith as if our kids were in a home on fire.  We are His servants and He is the Almighty God.  We are called to love each other and to let people know what the Bible states if someone asks, wants to know, or if we are led by conviction to tell someone with love.

So, does the Bible talk about hell?  Does the Bible talk about being born again?  If hell is talked about, what do you do or not do to prevent going?  Have you read the Bible to understand the context of these questions?  Are you willing to drop everything if God ask you to serve Him?

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