Say What?: KevinH

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  1. Josh says:

    “when the world observes such zealous, unapologetic, large-scale hypocritical behavior, what do we possibly think that does to our witness for Christ?”

    Doesn’t matter as long as we can get our guy elected.

  2. Linn says:

    To let you know how bad it has gotten…
    My church’s senior pastor believes in Trump. He also says that we should consider the moral character of the candidates we vote for. The latter sentence comes from the pulpit. We have never been told to vote for Trump from the pulpit (which I appreciate), and it is not a test of our spirituality.

    But “moral character?” Please pass me my barf bag. It has all become about evangelicals being in power.

  3. filistine says:

    It’s not that I don’t agree with you regarding the article, yet I believe the rot goes further–into business, industry, military, banking, law, stock markets, racial relations/rights, etc. The USA has always held a double (at least) standard regarding public & private, religious & secular, famous & common, etc. The cancer has simply metastasized and spread to every organ, muscle, bone, fluid, and tissue in our national corpus. The solution remains the person of Jesus Christ, his gospel, the indwelling work/power of the spirit, and humble obedience to his ways regardless of the consequences. Whether our churches lead/follow or not, the remnant will always be present and quietly working to further the Kingdom of Heaven.

  4. Kevin H says:

    fil,

    “The solution remains the person of Jesus Christ, his gospel, the indwelling work/power of the spirit, and humble obedience to his ways regardless of the consequences.”

    Amen.

    The rot does indeed pervade our American society. I would just hope that those who call Jesus, Lord, would be those who would be demonstrating that Jesus is the solution, rather than just giving lip service to that truth while gleefully and unapologetically demonstrating the rot.

  5. filistine says:

    Kevin–bingo!

  6. Pineapple Head says:

    Leading a church in the simple ways of Jesus’ gospel is a real task these days. People will say they want Jesus, but it’s often Jesus plus something else. And many times, those “something else” things actually go against how scripture describes the mission of Jesus.

  7. Captain Kevin says:

    I have to wonder if Mohler changed his mind because his son-in-law was appointed to the State Department by Trump.

  8. Michael says:

    My apologies to Kevin…I omitted his authorship when I posted this morning…

  9. Michael says:

    PH,

    I’ll say the amen to that…

  10. Kevin H says:

    Michael, your mistake was such a a big deal to me that I didn’t even notice until you apologized. 🙂

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