The Lost Art of Commitment by Chuck Colson in Christianity Today | A Magazine of Evangelical Conviction

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Great article here by Chuck Colson. Well worth taking the time to read. Here’s a small excerpt:

“The basic building blocks of society simply erode without commitment. Any sensible society must address this problem by educating people that commitment is the very essence of human relationships.

At the least, we need to teach this in our churches. How can you begin as a Christian without death to self and total commitment to Jesus Christ?

But beyond the ramifications for society as a whole, beyond even the obvious necessity of Christian commitment, when we refuse to commit, we miss out on one of the great joys of life. When we obsess over ourselves, we lose the meaning of life, which is to know and serve God and love and serve our neighbors.”

Click the link below for the full article:

The Lost Art of Commitment | Christianity Today | A Magazine of Evangelical Conviction.

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