Me, Me, Me; MTD

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  1. evagrius says:

    Gee, you mean Gandhi's in hell?

    Hell is going to be an interesting place what with all those people who followed moarality, practices asceticism, prayed devotedly to their God as they understood God.

    It will be quite a place with all those, who didn't commit evil, mixed in with those who did.

    But then, I suppose they deserve it.

  2. Elmo says:

    It's good to have you back.

    Unfortunately, "all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God (Ro. 3:23)." Paul says that to punctuate the fact that righteousness comes "through faith in Jesus Christ for all who believe (v. 22)."

    As for those "who didn't commit evil", there is only one: Jesus. All the rest of us are sinners with no hope, save in Christ.

    And let me direct you to point #2 on [[The Way of the Blog]].

  3. Jacke says:

    It would be really easy to become discouraged when I hear, or read, stories about those who minister in the church who apparently haven't spent much time in the Bible, not that I spend enough in my own, but geesh.

    That was what stood out the most to me, a sadness that our churches, and I believe all of them do, have leaders (or staffers) among them who have little understanding of scripture and really don't know what it says and doesn't say.

    Anyway, all the more reason to stay active and in a teaching role at church.

    The other side of the coin is this: With so few people, percentage wise, willing to step up and actually WORK in the church rather than simply absorb, "beggers can't be choosers?" Tsk.

  4. Jacke says:

    My apologies. It appears that this comment was placed on the wrong blog entry. 🙂

    If you had any idea of the kind of day I've had you'd forgive me. 😉

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