A study of God’s word can bring intensely challenging thoughts that reflect in how we live out what we believe and see taught.
It is important to clarify up front, everyone needs the gospel.
We know numerous stories dealing the difficulties of reaching those who are more affluent in this world with the gospel. This is often the case when participating in campaigns.
We know this is true, regardless of the reasons presented to the reality of the situation.
Our concern? If we know that God has chosen the poor in this world to be rich in faith and the receptivity is higher, then why are we not making greater efforts to lead the most unlikely to the Lord?
Do we exert the majority of our efforts to teach the gospel to those who seemingly feel as if they do not need God because they have plenty in this life?
Should we not spend more effort leading those who have little or nothing in this life to a greater understanding of what God has prepared for us?
More next week…