The Christian Church Is losing Her Integrity

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“I fear me that the Christian church is far more likely to lose her integrity in these soft and silken days than in those rougher times. We must be awake now, for we traverse the enchanted ground, and are most likely to fall asleep to our own undoing, unless our faith in Jesus be a reality, and our love to Jesus a vehement flame. Many in these days of easy profession are likely to prove tares, and not wheat; hypocrites with fair masks on their faces, but not the true born children of the living God.”

Charles H. Spurgeon, Morning and Evening

About Steve Rebus

Christian, Blind photographer, husband, plays guitar and drums. Loves researching accessible apps and technology.

5 Responses to “The Christian Church Is losing Her Integrity”

  1. You are a fisher of God’s words.

  2. Things have changed a lot since Spurgeon’s time. Christianity no long has the same public respect it did then and this may be a good thing because it will encourage the hypocrites to leave the church.

    • Perhaps, but I feel that we’re still in danger of losing our touch with who we are as Christians. People who might have been solid Christians shy away from Christianity because they only see the scandal. Grace is a powerful force, but some people refuse to accept it.

  3. Frighteningly true, I fear.

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