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"How long halt you between two opinions? If the LORD be God, follow Him; but if Baal, then follow him."
- 1 Kings 18:21

"No man can serve two masters."
- Matthew 6:24
 
Many people today halt between two opinions in matters of religion, just as the OT people could not decide between Baal and Jehovah. They say that there is not enough evidence either way to enable them to come to any definite conclusions. There may be a God; there may not. There may be a . . .

"How long halt you between two opinions? If the LORD be God, follow Him; but if Baal, then follow him."
- 1 Kings 18:21

"No man can serve two masters."
- Matthew 6:24
 
Many people today halt between two opinions in matters of religion, just as the OT people could not decide between Baal and Jehovah. They say that there is not enough evidence either way to enable them to come to any definite conclusions. There may be a God; there may not. There may be a life hereafter; there may not. The Bible may be the Word of God; it may not. Don't we hear this on many talk shows on TV.? Many of you have received copies in your email about a certain program. Programs like these plant doubt in the minds of young Christians.
 
Doubt allies itself with those who are opposed to our Savior. Jesus says "He that is not with Me is against Me." Doubt deprives of the blessings of Calvary. To be without Christ, means to be without hope. Why should a person halt between two opinions? God has spoken clearly and convincingly in His Word.
 
Christian friends, Jesus came into the world. His character, His message, His miracles, are credentials that enable us to say with St. Paul: 'I know whom I have believed and am persuaded that He is able to keep that which I have committed unto Him against that day." Who then is your master? "Ye cannot serve God and Mammon."
 
Farewell, vain world, my soul can bid adieu;
The Savior taught me to abandon you.
Your charms may gratify a sensual mind,
But cannot please a soul for  God designed.
 
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY - It's more important for a Christian to be a good separator than a good mixer.

 

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