We Are Too Comfortable?

Posted: March 26, 2013 in Uncategorized

Wisdom of a Fool” is a blog I frequently read. TC does a great job of making things easy to understand, giving great detail and, often, giving me a much needed “KItP – Kick In the Pants.” This post is no different. In it she requests prayer for two Christ followers that live a way we simply do not understand here in the US – they live in fear for their lives for no other reason than they are Christ followers.

We could ALL learn from these men of God.

I encourage you to read the post AND I dare you to read the letter, better yet, I dare you to NOT read the letter. Continue to live your comfortable life here in the United States. Continue to act as though you’re entitled to what you have forgetting, again, that nothing you have is yours. That your very life is owed to the creator of the universe who also happens to be its savior.

So, go ahead – I DARE you!

http://tcavey.blogspot.com/2013/03/urgent-prayer-request.html

Leave a comment for TC on her site or one for me here.

Comments
  1. TCAvey says:

    Thanks for sharing this. These men and their families need prayer. And we all need a KItP to move out of our comfort zones and share the love of Christ in this lost world. God bless!

  2. mickholt says:

    Glad to do it. I got a little emotional while reading and a bit angry as I wrote…opps 🙂

  3. TCAvey says:

    I think more Christians need to be passionate…as long as they express it with the right heart/motives. I think you did a great job.

  4. mickholt says:

    The right "heart/motives" is important in all we do.Thanks for commenting.

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