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Cutting words: guarantee joy and reward? (08/29/2004)
From: David Foss

Galesville, Wis.

It is very troubling to think that someone would get upset about an occasional article in a newspaper that mentions something that would meet the approval of our Lord and Savior.

Is everyone to have his or her say and acceptance except Biblical Christians (those who have accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior)? Christians have feelings too and should have the right to press their opinions also. After all, would this be fair? Any letter to the editor is to be rejected if it smacks of Christianity...of goodness?

It boggles the mind that there are some who are unhappy with those who are saved...those who are going to be spending eternity in heaven...those who will be experiencing joy and pleasures for evermore. Doesn't this sound discouraging? Is the moon made of cheddar cheese? We can totally understand that someone could become unhappy about a person being lost...someone who is going to be suffering eternal damnation in hell.

What view(s) does the particular husband and wife have that would make someone say, "It's really too bad!" Are we upset because everyone does not have the same opinion as ours? We are not going to tolerate the opinions of others, if these opinions differ from ours? This attitude will benefit society?

Isn't it everyone's right to acknowledge God? Does God's word say we are to keep His word within the confines of our homes or minds and keep silent about God's greatest news: salvation and eternal life? In today's world isn't everyone supposed to be tolerant of everything - even sin. If this is the case, then everyone should certainly be tolerant of good. Oh, yah. That's right. We are not to be tolerant of Biblical Christians (God's children).

Anyway, we are jubilantly excited that the publisher of the Winona Post and his wife may be good folks! Praise the Lord! Don't let some cutting remarks rob you and your wife of God's joy in life. These sarcastic remarks should add joy to your life. Just read Matthew 5:10-12 and Luke 6:22-23.

Yes, cutting words can add joy to our lives here on earth and will add to our eternal reward in heaven. Again - praise the Lord! 

 

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