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Christians Who Become Atheists - What I Learned From Rhapsody Of Realities For Today - 5th January 2017 - A Review By A.B.King

NOTE: No excerpt of Rhapsody Of Realities is featured in this article. This is a Review.

Luke 15:23-24 KJV
And bring hither the fatted calf, and kill it ; and let us eat, and be merry: [24] For this my son was dead, and is alive again; he was lost, and is found. And they began to be merry.

   In today's Rhapsody, Pastor Chris addresses the sad pity of those for fall away from the Faith.

   We should all not only reach out to win new souls but also reach out to those have fallen away or are showing signs that they are going to fall away.

   Pastor Chris' predominant point on today's Rhapsody is soulwinning must have accountability and we must be accountable for the souls that we lead to Christ.

    I personally wouldn't take it that far, I didn't bring you into this world. I am not your father and you are not my baby. Even if a father and son case where to apply, I would think you are responsible for your own indiscretions not I.

     However, I do agree that one must do all one can within the bounds of etiquette to reach out to those who fall away.

My Prayer For You:

   I pray that God would open your eyes to see and reach out to those who fall by the wayside, that you may pick them up and set them back on track in the Faith.

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