Why is it that people can go to church?

Posted by Alan N Carla Smith in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

Why is it that people can go to church every week of their lives and never go all in with Jesus Christ? #Yeshua They can follow the rules but never follow Christ. I’m afraid we’ve cheapened the gospel by allowing people to buy in without selling out. We’ve made it too convenient, too comfortable. We’ve given people just enough Jesus to be bored but not enough to feel the surge of Holy adrenaline that courses through your veins when you decide to follow HIM no matter what, no matter where, no matter when. #AllIn

Chuck Barnes [05/08/2015 10:39 AM]
The Local Church has made Jesus a religion, not the way, the truth and the Life!

Chuck Barnes [05/08/2015 10:39 AM]
You want to find favor with our Heavenly Father, Talk about his son!

Kay Leonard [05/09/2015 2:25 PM]
It’s called “lukewarm”! And we know what will happen to “lukewarm” people, right?

Liberty Gilham [05/10/2015 10:59 AM]
There’s a difference between being religious and being on fire for Jesus. Religion makes it comfortable. Just follow some religious rules and practices, you’re OK. Being on fire for Jesus means running after Jesus, catching Him and encountering Him. It’s requires selling out to Jesus. It requires Buying the Pearl of Great Price. It requires losing your life in order to gain new life in Christ. And developing a living relationship with the Resurrected Christ. He’s beautiful.

Terri Lynch [05/10/2015 3:56 PM]
Amen and Amen! ?????

Chuck Barnes [05/10/2015 4:32 PM]
Lukewarm is caused by mixing law and Grace!

Andrew C Lomp [05/10/2015 6:26 PM]
You must learn that Jehova gave us Jesus as an example; the only way to reach HIM is through Jesus; there is NO OTHER WAY !!!!! Do not forget that the Sabbath is on SATURDAY not Sunday.

Chuck Barnes [05/10/2015 9:42 PM]
Don’t forget Jesus is lord of the sabbath Jesus is my rest.

Marvin Elliott [05/11/2015 7:32 AM]
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RevChristophoros Iaonnes Janson [05/11/2015 11:08 AM]
Amen.

Pentecostal Theology [05/11/2015 6:52 PM]
I know I am stating the obvious when I say there’s an urgent need for true commitment among Christians…

RevChristophoros Iaonnes Janson [05/11/2015 7:01 PM]
Are we true Christians if we have not true commitment? To be Christian, we must ABIDE IN THE VINE. if we are not abiding then we have not true commitment; neither are we try Christians. If we have not true commitment to obey Christ’s commands, then we do not love (agapé) Him. Jesus said, “if you love me you’ll keep my commandments.”

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