When I gave my life to Jesus Christ I was instantly on fire with life. Previous to that my life had been taken from me because of my upbringing and the world I grew up in.  When I first felt the freedom from sin in my life I wanted to share it with everybody, even if you or he or she didn’t want to listen. Since coming into ministry I have worked hard to be a soul winner to replicate that feeling of freedom in others. I had the gift when it came to being a children’s pastor and youth pastor; but now I have grown. My hair is decreasing and my belly is increasing; but I still spend my days looking to bring freedom to the lost by the name of Jesus Christ.  We adults look to our faith as some duty or some social status. The belief system is there, but where is the passion? The fire and drive? We should be actively seeking to save the lost. Not waiting for them to walk into our doors. Not sitting in our pews, lukewarm and thinking we are OK with our relationship with Jesus Christ. There are millions of married couples that get divorced every day because their relationship has grown lukewarm. Don’t let this happen to your relationship with God. Spice it up, fall in love again and then go and tell the world, whether they want to hear it or not.

If we truly believe in what we profess, how much do we have to hate people not to tell them about God, Jesus and Heaven and let them slip into hell?

David Ralph my DS sent me this earlier today:
This was said of a great preacher in London who was preaching 100 years after John Wesley had brought such a revival to England that so changed the culture that it was said of this spiritual revival that it saved England from the revolution that France had to endure...

 But by the time W.E. Sangster came along the church had grown cold again...  He preached to 3000 AM & PM in London for 16 years in the famed Westminster Central Hall that was considered the Cathedral of Methodism...
It was said of the emphasis of his preaching in that period...  It's an older and outdated style of English but it's extremely descriptive...
He longed to see lukewarm pew-sitters aflame with that oceanic Love which bleaches sin's allure and breaks sin's grip and therefore scorches and saves in the same instant"

Saint Waylon