Thirsty for God

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Be the light of the truth that stands out in the darkness of a culture of compromise and spin. Be a salty saint who makes people thirsty for God.

Salt is good, but if it loses its saltiness, how can you make it salty again? Have salt in yourselves, and be at peace with each otherMARK 9:50.

Our culture seems to elevate toleration, inclusiveness, and political correctness to the extreme. And the culture in which we live seems to be infecting Christians.

When Jesus said, “Love each another” (John 15:12), He didn’t mean we should tolerate sin. When Jesus said, “Do not judge, or you too will be judged” (Matthew 7:1), He didn’t mean we are not to recognize and take a stand against sinful behavior.

Don’t misunderstand what He is saying, or you are running the risk of hiding the light of truth under a bushel basket of cultural defects. The saltiness of your life will be lost and will no longer hinder the corruption around you.

Be the light of the truth that stands out in the darkness of a culture of compromise and spin. Be a salty saint who makes people thirsty for God.

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