Several years ago I met with a woman distraught by her sonâs rejection of Christianity. She said, âI did everything I could to raise him right. I taught him to be like the âheroes of faith,â with t…
My good friend recently posted this. Definitely worth reading and probably can apply to many people that we (whether Christian or not) know. The false “prosperity Gospel” is dangerous.
At the same time, I don’t know if preaching the Gospel in Sunday schools as opposed to these “lies” will necessarily cause any more or less people to ultimately reject the teachings of Scripture. However, whether someone chooses to follow Christ or not is beyond our control, and we ought to remember that. Nevertheless, they should definitely have the choice of accepting or rejecting the true Gospel, not these “lies.”
And this can be extrapolated beyond the confines of Sunday school also. How many of the things that Christians argue for or against these days (while possibly noble in intention) draws away from the saving message of the Gospel?