Men speak on this topic as if this coming was nothing more than going down to the local drug store to acquire a bottle of aspirin. There are shouting sessions, healing demonstrations, motivational speeches, and round-the-clock prayer vigils, all geared to get folks to come to Christ.
Nothing shall put a stop to the wickedness of this thinking but the truth.
The words of Christ (“no man can come except it were given unto him of my Father” – John 6:65), puts man’s pride in the gutter.
Man’s free will is shown to be in total bondage to his inability.
There is only one of two conclusions that a man will come to if faced with this truth.
If left to himself and his carnal mind, he will say …“this is a hard saying; who can hear it” (John 6:60).
If he is taught something of his inability and desperate need of a substitute by the Spirit of God, he will cry forth, “where else shall I go, thou (Christ) hath the words of eternal life” (John 6:68).
By Marvin Stalnaker
Category: Articles - By Marvin Stalnaker
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