The thought of the day

Thought of the day

Thought of the day:

One of the great dangers that ‘believers’ face in their journey on the path of faith is to let their guard down, accepting in the name of ‘Grace’ and ‘Love’ all kinds of rituals and philosophies that have no meaning. Of Biblical or spiritual foundation.

How can we prevent these pitfalls of evil and how can we strengthen our faith in this spiritually cosmopolitan world? They seem to be the questions that seek answers today, and for which the Bible provides the right solution!

‘Gird up the loins of your mind,’ Peter, the Apostle on whom Christ supported his work, taught us; ‘Be awake putting all your hope in the grace that will be brought to you at the return of Jesus Christ.’ He concluded his counsel on how we can survive spiritually in a spiritually disintegrating world. (1 Peter 1:13)

But why is this so important? You might ask in secret.

Because by putting their conscience to sleep, and often letting themselves be carried away by the driving force of others, without investing their energy in a pertinent and critical analysis of the quality of the group, the direction, or why not the intention of those who Surrounds, therefore, the Christians of the new generation have exposed themselves to the risk of missing the target and even the purpose of their entire existence; A risk that has increased exponentially these days.

In fact, after experiencing in himself the failure of a life unfounded exclusively in God, Peter (the one who in his negligence went so far as to renounce Christ), understood his error, corrected it again and later and -built an entire strategy so that it no longer falls into the same trap, reminding us all of the importance of remaining on the ‘path of faith’ in a vigilant and cautious atmosphere.

Do not forget! Following the example of those who have succeeded in their path, we must motivate ourselves to remain strong in the true faith, adopting an attitude and a vigilant mind to keep only what is good, while firmly rejecting all that is bad.

Be blessed!
Pastor Florin Antonie