The lukewarm Christian has become an epidemic. It is an often unspoken, but all too present reality in the American Church. The lukewarm Christian is the Sunday Christian, checking into service at 9:00 a.m. and checking out at 10:30 a.m.
They are the believers who serve as little as possible, give as little as possible, and love God as little as possible.
The lukewarm Christian is content where they are and resist anyone challenging or questioning their heart or desire for God.
The Lukewarm Christian is a disgrace to God and His reputation.
I have been the lukewarm Christian. I have quietly resided in the place of apathy, being neither hot nor cold for God.
But when we discover this about ourselves, when we say the words out loud, “I am lukewarm,” what then? It is not enough to acknowledge it and walk away. Christ’s love compels us to have a radical response to this realization. It must…