Don’t Ask Don’t Tell
It is a common habit in the church to put on a facade and cover up whatever sin we may be struggling with, living in the relaxed state of knowing that no one will ask about the struggles in your life so you don’t have to tell anyone. Rather than living this way, God calls us as a Church to be in communion and relationship with one another, carrying each other’s burdens, praying for one another, and sharpening each other. Another way that Christians commonly live is to avoid the topic of Christianity all together, not asking anyone else if they are a believer and not telling anyone whether you are or not. The consequences of living this way can be extremely detrimental, robbing you of the opportunity to share the Gospel and lead others to Christ, rescuing them from an eternity in hell. As a follower of Christ, we are called to live in relationship with one another, and proclaiming the Good News to all.
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