If a church is running with the world and diluting the Gospel, that isn’t a church it’s a social club.
In Matthew 5, Jesus called his boys “salty dogs”–not “My little sugar cubes”–and there’s a reason for that.
Salt has three distinctive traits:
- It bites, stings, frets–and yet, it heals.
- It preserves meat and skin from rot.
- It adds flavor.
Rubbing salt in a wound won’t feel so great, but it’ll keep infection away. The same is true with God’s discipline–it can hurt, but it also heals.
Behold, how happy is the man whom God reproves,
So do not despise the discipline of the Almighty.
For He inflicts pain, and gives relief;
He wounds, and His hands also heal.
Check it out, Salty Dawgs…
So, dear Christian…are you worth your salt?
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