The problem with many is they are more focused on staying clean than they are in getting dirty in order to give that
salvation and grace something to work with. My friend, life’s a story, stayed tuned for more on This Passing Day.
Who are you living for? Seems like a simple enough question; so the answer should be fairly simple, right? Not so sure. I think if you ask most Christians they would have a handle on this one. “I live for Christ. Unbelievers live for themselves but believers live for Christ.” The Bible tells us that Christ lives in us by the Spirit of God. We are sons of the living God. So, we ought to live our lives as such, devoted to him. As he lives in us we live in him. We are living for him? Right? While this isn’t a poor answer, it’s not a thoughtful one. If we ponder God’s Word, getting lost in the grace of it all, there is a surer and more godly answer than this.
There’s an old adage that “Men will wrangle for Christianity, write for it, fight for it, die for it, anything but live for it.” That really is the nature of our purpose for living. We ought to live for our faith, and in that way live for Christ. Here’s a story. A retired couple with limited means maintaine