From "Preaching the Minority View," January 14, 1991. In response to the question, "What motivates you to keep going?"
"I care less and less how many people come forward—whether anybody comes forward or not. The important thing is whether I have made clear the Gospel and the cost of following Christ."
Too many "Christians" consider their work done when they invite Christ into their lives. This is not so and Billy Graham said in a few words what I have tried to explain a million times to various people. There is a cost involved in following Christ. The true life of discipleship is not for the faint of heart or the weak in faith. It is hard, strenuous work - and that's just the intellectual side! The true work comes in serving others consistently and over time the way Christ would serve them.
The way Christ would serve them you say?
In a word, the answer is without condition, boundaries or disclaimers. Total abandonment to His cause is what is required.
What would that look like for you?
morning song. - It happens every morning. The music is there. Going to sleep is always challenging for me. Laying down the lists and the thoughts and the ideas and the car...
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