Wednesday, January 26, 2011 11:15:54 PM
We know that we aren't perfect, but do they?
It is probably a silly question, but stay with me.
On a bus home from a school "trip" with another 10th grade from a school in a valley close by. There were a discussion between the other class, I sat right in the middle of it but did not enter (witch I regret), the discussion was about Christianity. They meant that you could not come to Heaven if you sinned. And the other part meant that you did, because of Jesus. They ended not being smarter than before the discussion.
Another time at my school there were to guys who discussed if God, Jesus and The Holy Spirit where one or three.
I guess that what I'm saying is that there is many people, at least here in Norway, that do not know how the story goes.
One of these guys believes that there was a guy named Jesus that lived 2000 years ago, but he says that he ain't Christian. Because he would rather get wasted every weekend, he believes that he has to have some kind of a total revolution to be a Christian. I haven't been tough enough to confront him, but I really hope someone does. Because he have the basics of being a Christian, he only needs to open the eyes and see that.
I pray for him and all of my other friends every evening before I go to bed, and it would be nice if you did to. You don't have to pray for my friends, but pray for your own because God has said:
"Therefore if thine enemy hunger, feed him; if he thirst, give him drink: for in so doing thou shalt heap coals of fire on his head." Romans 12.20
If you pray and do good things to them "thou shalt heap coals of fire on his/they're head(s)" My mother told me that if you did this long enough the weight and hotness of this coal will become to much, and they will give inn.
And remember as long as you have faith that He can, you will do wonders.
Until next time, see yah