If you’re a ‘nicer-than-Christ’ sugar-and-spice believer, what Jesus ACTUALLY said about Christian living is going to slap the taste right out of your mouth.
Pass this along to those ‘seeker-sensitive’ types who think that the best way to reach out to the world is by turning your Church into a Starbucks.
He didn’t call us to be Pumpkin spice, or cinnamon on your latte.
He called us to be SALT.
Why salt? And not sugar?
Because salt does some things that the rest of your spice rack can’t. And if you want to be any good — at all — to the Kingdom of God, you will take on those same qualities.
Are you ready to step up and make a REAL difference that will actually matter in the light of eternity?
Are you SURE?
Then click play and see what the Captain of Our Salvation (Hebrews 2:10) really meant when he called us ‘Salt’ and light… and when he told us that if we lose that saltiness, we become worthless. Or, if you prefere the original wording, ‘thrown out and trampled underfoot’.
In this podcast, Douglas Giles brands the believer’s brains with Christ’s salt analogy from The Sermon On The Mount. All we have to say about Giles’s take on this topic is … it’s very salty. Enjoy and share with the evangelical sweeties.
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by Doug Giles
Doug Giles, best-selling author of Raising Righteous And Rowdy Girls and Editor-In-Chief of the mega-blog, ClashDaily.com, has just penned a book he guarantees will kick hipster males into the rarefied air of masculinity. That is, if the man-child will put down his frappuccino; shut the hell up and listen and obey everything he instructs them to do in his timely and tornadic tome. Buy Now:The Effeminization Of The American Male
Here’s a shirt for real men (and women, too):
Why be average? It’s so overrated.
Everyone does that.