All-the-Time Christianity

We use the term “full-time Christian service” as a calling in the Christian life. I ask you to stop and think about that term.

Are you telling me that there can be “part-time Christian service?”

Are you saying that there can be “unemployed Christianity?”

Full time: occupying or using the whole of someone’s available working time, typically 40 hours in a week.

Part time: for only part of the usual working day or week.

Unemployed: without a paid job but available to work, not in use.

So according to the term “full-time Christian service,” using the definitions given, I at most can be a Christian 40 hours a week. The other 128 hours, I can do whatever I want. No one ever uses “part-time Christian service,” but that would mean I can be a Christian for 20-40 hours a week.

When you get saved and become a Christian, you should be an “All-the-time Christian.” Not just 40 hours a week, not just 20+ hours a week, and definitely don’t sit there on the sideline not in use!

Christianity isn’t a job, at least it shouldn’t be. It is a decision to be like Christ. Christianity and Christian service isn’t something that you should be paid for. If you are blessed and have a job at a church that you get paid for, then strive to be the best at whatever position you are paid for. But your Christian service shouldn’t be dictated by that paycheck. If that is the case, than those paid by a church should in all reality, be better Christians than everyone else….because they get paid for it! But I can tell you this, I have met great Christians, great servants of Christ, who have never received a paycheck from a church….because Christian service isn’t a job, it is a responsibility that falls on us as a Christian.

So let’s not be focused on being “in full-time Christian service” but let’s focus on being a Christian all-the-time and being a Christian servant!

“No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despiser the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.” Matthew 6:24

“And if it seem evil unto you to serve the Lord, choose you this day whom ye will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the flood, ot the gods of the Amorites, in whose land ye dwell: but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.” Joshua 24:15If you would like to “Help Caleb get his smile back!” You can donate, support, or buy some merch from the links below…

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Don’t Be A Flaky Christian

Don't Be A Flaky Christian

Flaky: An unreliable person. A procrastinator. A careless or lazy person. Dishonest and doesn’t keep to their word.

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A flaky Christian means you are unreliable in your Christianity. Christ can’t count on you to serve and the world can’t count on you to go out and preach the Gospel. You don’t care to serve and you end up being lazy. Christ didn’t flake out on you, so don’t flake out on Christ!!

I Am Not Ashamed

“For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek.” Romans 1:16

I know that this verse is talking about the gospel of Christ and telling people about Christ. The idea and message of this verse have encouraged me the last few days about what I am trying to accomplish with my blog. My goal with my blog is to inspire and encourage people. I want to be a blessing to someone even if it is through the written word of a blog.

Paul wasn’t ashamed to present and preach the Gospel. He wasn’t ashamed of the people he was sent to preach the Gospel to. Paul had the courage to stand up and preach the message of salvation loud and clear to all that would hear because he knew it was the power of God unto salvation.

When it comes to promoting my blog, I feel awkward and sometimes ashamed. I have asked myself this week, what am I ashamed of? My posts are meant to help others. I have the truth and I am sharing it. I have nothing to be ashamed of.

I should never be ashamed to preach the truth!

I should never be ashamed to promote the truth!

I should never be ashamed to publish the truth!

We live in a day and age where lies and trash are promoted and pushed by the wicked crowd. We are bombarded with wickedness on a daily basis! It is about time that we have more Christians stand up and proclaim the message loud and clear that Jesus is the only way to Heaven! That Jesus is the Healer and Helper for all problems! That Jesus is the answer!

Be a Christian who says, “I am not ashamed!”

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