Please Pray for Him

I just spent prob­a­bly more time than I should at a web­site of some­one who used to fol­low Jesus, but like so many who walked away from Him 2,000 years ago, has decid­ed to turn his back as well. And rather than leave well enough alone, a web­site is erected–perhaps to val­i­date himself?–with the sole pur­pose of mak­ing fun of or under­min­ing our Lord God, Jesus Christ.

Per­haps I could spend hours writ­ing replies to what he stat­ed; all the objec­tions and rejec­tions were caused by sim­ply not under­stand­ing the Bible prop­er­ly, whether will­ful­ly or igno­rant­ly I can­not say.

But of course, what would that solve? Indeed, my blog would prob­a­bly suf­fer from non-stop attacks from his sup­port­ers (the will of the mass­es seems pow­er­ful when deal­ing with semi-high-pro­file sites). I could use the traf­fic, but still… I like my serv­er online and func­tion­ing, and my blog free of spam.

So, in sor­row for this per­son­’s soul, I am ask­ing any­one read­ing this to please pray God would see that per­son saved before it is ever­last­ing too late. And if by some off chance this per­son is already saved (who am I to judge what occurred dur­ing his past time of pro­fes­sion of faith?), pray God would see Him return to the fold as the prodi­gal to his father.






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Rick Beckman