President’s Perspective: Practical Application of God’s Truth in Today’s Society

“If you were arrested for being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict?”

It wasn’t long after becoming a Christian that I heard a preacher ask that question in a sermon on the tribulation, and I felt pretty confident that I wouldn’t be one of those so-called Christians found innocent of all charges and “Left Behind.” After all, I had plenty of evidence: I had been baptized, attended church weekly, testified publicly about God, tithed off the top, and volunteered at a soup kitchen. That sermon was for someone else, or so I thought. It’s funny how things come full circle: Now I’m the preacher and have used that same question several times, but I’m not nearly as confident about my “evidence” as I was back then.

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