Seek and Save the Lost

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Can you imagine a day when all of the wickedness of the world will be called into judgement; a day when all of the world will stand and give an account for their lies, murder, adultery, idolatry, and rejection of Jesus Christ? It is hard to imagine a day when there was more wickedness in the world than there is today, yet Jesus said the last days would be like the days of Noah. As I look around and take time to listen to the voices that think they are unheard, it is obvious that people are continually thinking and planning wicked and lewd acts, and the sad thing is that much of the world is so biblically illiterate that they don’t even know what wrong is or why something they are doing is wrong. If you listen to the language of our world, you will quickly pick up on the fact that people in everyday communications use the Lords name in vain and think nothing of it.
 
It is alarming to think that there will be billions of people who will be destroyed because of sin and the darkness of it having overtaken them and that they will spend eternity in the lake of fire. When I think of the flood that destroyed the earth, I am reminded that Noah and His little family were safe on the Ark, and they saw people being swept away in the waters of God’s Judgement. They must have been so sad to see those they had tried to warn swept away into death and damnation. Friend, it saddens my heart to think that when Jesus comes back so many will be left hopeless to spend all of eternity in Hell. Remember, Jesus came to seek and save those who are lost and condemned. He found and saved me, and I pray that He will find and save more as we share the good news of God’s love to those who face certain damnation without Him.
 
Pastor, 
Rev. Wayne Marcus