Technology is Wireless
Government is Clueless
Taxes are Topless
Cars are Keyless
Tires are Tubeless
People are Jobless
Leaders are Shameless
Relationships are Meaningless
Attitudes are Careless
Babies are Fatherless
Feelings are Heartless
Education is Valueless
Children are Mannerless
Uncertainty is Bottomless
Populace is Rudderless
Everything is becoming LESS. Our Hope can be endless if it premised on The Hope of the world ---the maker, redeemer and sustainer whose character is sinless, whose power is boundless, whose grace is matchless, whose love is priceless, whose Truth is timeless, whose transformation is measureless and whose claims are changeless. He leaves me ~ Speechless
Jesus the Christ rocked the world with His claim, “I am the Way, the Truth and the Life. No man can come to God except by me.” John 14:6
Jesus himself was the ultimate revolutionary and cultural transformer. His methodology did not focus on changing governments or establishing and running institutions. He did more battle with religious leaders than with any other segment of the population. He was a threat to their establishments. His revolution was all about relationships and service.
Question: Is the institutional church today influenced more by our culture than it is an influence in transforming culture? Is your church too much about sustaining its Sunday world culture rather than being salt and light in the Monday world. More by request.
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