GC2016 and Peacemaking



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As long as people (including bishops and ministers) are saying one can live a life of debauchery and still please God and NOT be held accountable for this totally unloving statement, there can be no peace in the camp. It strikes at the root of Christianity as Wesley would put it.

Some words of Adrian Rogers:
It's better to speak truth that hurts and then helps than falsehood that comforts and then kills.

Better to die with conviction than to live with compromise.

It's better to be divided by truth than united in error.

Don't let your conscience be your guide unless God guides your conscience.

On Sin: You'll get what you want, but you won't want what you get.

And finally this one: The greatest sin for a Christian is silence.

Skipper Anding more than 5 years ago