Verse of the Day

“When I say to the wicked, ‘Wicked one, you will certainly die,’ and you did not speak to warn the wicked from his way, he, the wicked, will die by his guilt, but his blood I will seek from your hand.” (Ezekiel 33:8, LEB)

It is our responsibility as Christians to warn those that are unsaved and living a life of sin and are on a path of evil to repent. If they choose not to repent then it is his blood that is on his hands not on our hands. Yet if we choose not to and ignore the sinner, their blood is on our hands. Christ Jesus even tells us this when he told us that we must produce good fruit as part of the vine.


One thought on “Verse of the Day

  1. brujsims says:

    Reblogged this on Call to Witness and commented:
    Is witnessing to a sinner the first thing on your to-do list everyday? There are many excuses we make for ourselves not to proclaim the Gospel to the unbeliever. We either say we don’t have time, we don’t know any unbelievers, I am afraid to talk to them, or we don’t know how to proclaim the Good News.
    All of us, in one time or another, has used any of these excuses to not witness. Yet when we make these excuses, let us ask this question: what would have happened if Jesus made an excuse and not told us sinners to repent from our own sins? Most likely, we would be doomed to eternal punishment for our sins.
    Praise be to the Lord, who made now such excuses but pursued us even when it was difficult at times. If our Christ would stop at nothing to save us, we too ought to have the same drive. Allow the Holy Spirit to open your eyes to see those who are in need of salvation. Be a good steward of the time which the Lord has given you and seek out the lost for Christ. Put away all fear and doubt, lean on your faith in the Lord and He will give you the words to speak and the courage to push forward. There is too much at stake not to witness to the sinner.


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