From this day forward: Removing “too late now” from our vocabulary

hourglassAndrée Seu Peterson at World Magazine writes:

‎There is a need to get the cobwebs out of our theology. I am referring to the muddled idea that life as a Christian is undifferentiated in blessing because of the doctrine of grace. No. There is a blessing on obedience and a forfeit for disobedience. “My righteous one shall live by faith, and if he shrinks back, my soul has no pleasure in him” (Hebrews 10:38). It is possible to live a poor quality Christian existence for the whole duration. It is possible (one shudders to think it) to arrive in eternity hauling a wheelbarrow of wood, hay, and stubble. And the surest way to it is the attitude “it’s too late now.”

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Author: Father Silouan Thompson

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