Heaven and Hell are both prepared places for prepared people. The bait of Heaven is Holiness, and the bait of Hell is Sin.
Howbeit, in Hell there’s no sin; sin will never exist in hell because there’ll never be any opportunity to sin in hell.
Beyond this, carelessness, and a life of zero sensitivity to the heart of the Father, can lead a Christian to Hell. Wherefore, he saith, “let him that thinketh he standeth take heed lest he fall.” (1 Corinthians 10:12).
So, who are these 7 CHRISTIANS WHO WILL WALK CARELESSLY TO HELL?
Christians who are agents of strife and disunity: They subvert whole houses and sow discord among brethren. They’re ready to scatter the church once they don’t have their way.
Christians who are chronic compromisers: They call evil good, and call bitter sweet. They’re never straightforward. They’re always given to change.
Christians who use God and dump God: They play shrewd with God. They feel they’re “sharp guys; badoos!” They are always “raping” heaven. After getting what they want from God, they disappear! They only know God once they have a need, or once there’s a problem.
Christians who are around Grace yet abuse and misuse Grace. Ask Gehazi and Judas. They become too familiar with Divine vessels. They carry prophecy, yet as Gehazi, they die with leprosy. Why? Familiarity [with Grace] brings familiar spirits.
Christians who have deposits of Divine gifting, yet they’re labile, docile, impotent and unprofitable. You can be a Servant of God, a Servant in Church, yet you’re unproductive and unprofitable (Matthew 25:30).
Christians who marry Christianity and iniquity: They’re serving God and pleasing the devil concomitantly. Choir member who’s immoral. Usher who’s a backbiter and gossip. Head of department who’s a thief and an insinuator. Altar servant who’s a cultist. Etc.
Christians who withdraw from each other at moments when they’re needed the most. This is the one that hurts the most. Christians following the world to rain down a fellow Christian. They betray each other and are very normal (normal in hell!).
Let me give you one scripture to PONDER DEEPLY about:
Psalms 78:9 – The children of Ephraim, being armed, and carrying bows, turned back in the day of battle.
Let us receive Grace to not fall while standing!
- Apostle Nebai Ogbonna