Ezekiel 18:25-28; Psalms 25:4-9; Philippians 2:1-11; Matthew 21:28-32
Someone has said of today’s Christians: “Too many people have just enough religion to feel uncomfortable doing wrong, but not enough religion to feel comfortable doing right.”
It also has been said that too many of us have been inoculated with a mild case of Christianity, just enough to make us immune to the real thing. In other words …
Too many of us don’t take our religion seriously enough to affect our lifestyle. Too many of us don’t put our religious beliefs into practice. Too many of us fail to put our pious words, into loving action.
Do you remember the Parable of the Last Judgment in which Jesus clearly spells out what really matters in this life? And do you remember that, in the parable, the King does not say to those on His right hand, “I was hungry and you felt sorry for Me … I was naked and you wished with all your heart that I had a full wardrobe ……