Hey Christian! Could this letter be written to you?
Hey Christian...could this letter be written to you?
I am forever grateful to you for the tremendous help you’ve been to me. Because you wear the helmet of salvation, I can’t snatch you back from your Father’s hands. However, you have been a great asset to my work. I’ll admit that I was quite concerned when you were first saved. Your enthusiasm created quite a stir among your unsaved relatives and friends. For awhile I really thought you had them convinced that God actually loved them and sent His only Son to die for them; a living sacrifice for their sins. Then when you started to pray for them, I figured it was a done deal. I searched for a way to trip you up, but it wasn’t necessary. You became weary and discouraged. You’ll never know how close you came to leading them to my enemy, the Lord Jesus Christ. I’m so glad that you finally gave up on them.
It’s great that you’re into so many things that you don’t have time to study your Bible or to communicate with the Lord in prayer. Your growth will remain stunted. That certainly works for me! I had to laugh at the way you tried to share your faith with your co-worker. You were so scared because you couldn’t remember the Bible reference you wanted to share. Boy did you ever fumble that one! Ha ha! You should of asked me. I know them all! Non believers are content practicing their own religion and good works. Let them think they are earning their way into Heaven when in reality they belong to me. Please don’t tell them to trust In Christ Alone!
I’m really glad that you’re tired at the end of the week. It’s especially rewarding to me when you don’t have the ambition or energy to serve at the local rescue mission. Those hungry, homeless and hurting people are lost. Let them be lost! I’m so thankful that you don’t sit there and listen to their troubles. You might end up sharing the Gospel message with someone and actually give them hope. I can’t have any of that happening! Their souls belong to me and I don’t want to lose any of them.
Hey, I almost forgot! Remember that funny looking dude who came to Church last week and sat way in the back? You know which one I mean; the guy with the Mohawk and the tattoos. Yeah, well he’s mine too. You almost went over to greet him but his weirdness stopped you. Well you can’t have him. Since he was uncomfortable and felt unwelcome with everyone staring at him, he won’t be back.
Hey you know those guys who don’t believe in any God at all? They don’t even realize that I know He exists! How funny is that? Let’s just keep that a secret between you and me, ok?
Well, Christian, I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate all that you’re doing to help my cause. Please don’t change a thing. Keep up the lack of good work. See you around!
The prince of darkness,
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