Reflections on September 11, 2001 by Jerry of 2fools4Christ

Reflections on September 11, 2001 by Jerry of 2fools4Christ

by Jerry

As we are 13 years from the terrorist attack on American soil let us find renewed faith and giving our lives full to God. After September 11, 2001 the churches were so full that they couldn’t hardly hold all of the people. But now all that is a distant memory. People have quit going to church and just went back to their everyday life. We as a nation should be filling the churches every time the doors are open and not just going but living by the Word of God.

You say, “What can I do? I am just one person.” That’s true, but like my preacher says, “Revival begins with me.” If we live our life in a way that is pleasing to God other people are going to notice and want what you have which is Christ. 

II Corinthians 10:3-5 We have to take every thought captive and not meditate on them (the evil and wicked ones) or we will be back to our old way. That’s why we have to renew our mind with the Word of God. If we keep our mind on God then we will have the armor we need to fend off the minions of HELL!

Let us stop compromising our lives and our Christian values and morals and not give 1 millimeter to the devil. No, we will never be perfect but let’s strive for it each and every day and stop doing things that we know aren’t right. Let’s stand strong for the LORD and set our face like flint against sin. Our life is a testimony to someone or maybe a lot of people and if they see no difference between us and them, then they’re like – “Why should I waste my time going to church?” 

Our life is the only Bible that some people will ever read. So, let us as a Christian brother or sister go for a “Well done my good and faithful servant,” from our LORD instead of going for fire insurance. Let’s make our lives count for the LORD, Jesus and His kingdom. 

The main thing is to just not give up. Do not give up the good fight. Do not give up. Stay Strong. 

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