Something to Think About
- In Luke chapter 13, Christ was gathered with those who judged themselves as “better” than other sinners as seen in Christ’s correction as He said to them, “Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish.” (Luke13:5)
- In our day, many presume to be saved because of their willingness to meet some prescribed condition that others refuse (or neglect) to meet.
- Doesn’t that likewise require that we see ourselves as somehow ”better” before God than those other sinners – “better” because of our willingness to respond when others won’t so as to make what is presumed to be the real difference in being saved?
- But wasn’t Christ calling for repentance of such?
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