“We are either all in, or we are not in at all.” Dale Babinsky
Part-time, half-time, when we’ve got time, or its a convenient time is the way too many have approached their relationship with God.
In a powerful chapel lesson, graduating senior Dale Babinsky delivered a message from Joshua 24 that emphasized how challenges demand we make a choice.
The whole of Christianity has never been about a list of rules and regulations to be fulfilled as if checking something off a list.
We should never ask, “should I do this or not?” When our lives are governed by “Christ, who is our life” (Col. 3:4), the words and actions that form our character are based on a life of “being,” not one narrowed to a list of things to do.
We constantly reflect the character of Jesus as He shapes our life. An attempt to keep one foot in Christ and one foot in the world is futile and cannot take us to a higher level in our spiritual development.
When we choose to serve the Lord, we make a choice to be “all in.”