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The What-if of Christian Persecution in the U.S.

Sam Guzman at World View Times writes:

This past Sunday, my pastor preached a message on this passage from Jude, and it got me thinking about our duty as Christians in these spiritually dark times. In the political sphere, the enemies of truth have power, and they are using it to destroy the foundations of biblical morality that made this country great. In the spiritual sphere, professing Christians are making friends with the world, re-inventing theology, and watering down the Gospel.

As followers of Christ, we have an obligation to speak out against these trends and use every resource available to us to combat them. But what if the culture is not re-claimed? What if the government continues to steal our freedoms? What if the professing church continues to compromise, joining hands with the enemies of God? What if true Christians are eventually persecuted for speaking the truth? What then? Would we remain faithful? Is our faith strong enough?

Interesting and relevant thoughts for this current age. You can read the rest of the article here.


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