Selfishness has a way of stifling us, but God has called us to a better way.
What if, instead of thinking of purity as a sacrifice we do because it’s the “right thing”, we focused on the reward it brings?
Being a seat-saver is an interesting task, you have to know that you don’t belong there, yet be in tune enough with the Lord to know not to move until the right time. He entrusts those positions to people who will be consistent and stay but will know the right time and right way to leave. If you’re holding onto the seat, holding onto the familiar or have to be escorted out by security, you’re not the right person for the job.
As Christians we need to reach out to all different types of people not just those people who are from the same background as us. That “church mold” needs to be broken; salvation isn’t limited to a certain race, gender, age, or socioeconomic group.
I have decided to start a blog to share my thoughts about God, the Bible, life, etc. to anyone willing to read this. I am a work in progress…