What Feel-Good Preachers Get Wrong on Sundays

“I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world” (John 16:33).

Whether it’s on the radio, television, internet or at church, we often hear that God has a wonderful plan for our life. But as Ray Comfort rightly notes, “The preacher promises a bed of roses for those who come to Christ, but those who are in Christ are evidently sitting on a painful bed of thorns.”

This may explain why a very high percent of those raised in Christian homes leave the faith, and why many others show no evidence of faith.

There are a large number of false conversions because many base their decision to follow Christ on having a wonderful life. We have turned salvation into an easy path rather than a narrow road. We’ve made Jesus a butler rather than a King. We want the cross light, the road easy and the burdens lifted.

Source: What Feel-Good Preachers Get Wrong on Sundays

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