This world is changing at a rapid pace and I wish I could say that it's basically for the good. But I think you know better.
This world is changing at a rapid pace and I wish I could say that it’s basically for the good. But I think you know better.
Only 20% of Americans now attend church faithfully and going only 2 times per month is considered faithful. Yet 70% of Americans say they are a Christian. Statistics say that of the 20% only 10% are considered to truly be born again Christians and only 8% have a Biblical worldview that the Bible is accurately true. But only 1% ever shares the gospel message with another person. Another new poll shows that 45% of Americans believe that if all religion was removed from America, this nation would be better off, that society could function better. Void of any religious influence and that is basically Christianity that they’re referring to. We are told today that in most media outlets, not all but many, report a lie or a half-truth 10 times faster than the actual truth. In other words a person is apt to hear a half truth or lie about a matter 10 times before the truth is told about a matter.
There are great moves and advances in the gospel. But it has been mainly in those places where Christians are being persecuted for their faith as Christians. We are living now on borrowed time. So especially Christians need to do the most they can for God’s kingdom. Don’t put off doing God’s work any longer. The time is now. We might not get another opportunity for Christianity has opponents with an agenda to change the fabric of our great nation. Look at what’s happening all around us. The signs are inevitable; the signs of the end times.
If you want to get somewhere in life, commit your future to one who can do for you what no human can. The true God of the universe who rules over the hearts of men and women because He is the God that can do whatever you have need of.
Mark Taylor is president of KNEO Radio — 91.7 FM. He is available to speak at churches and events. Contact him at mtaylor@ kneo.org. Follow him on Twitter @kneo91.