Cafeteria Christianity

At SonRise, we are halfway through our series called Cafeteria Christianity.  It’s based on the idea that we often approach Christianity like we approach a cafeteria line.  We take the chicken, the potatoes, and the cheesecake, but we leave the jello and the brussel sprouts.  We take the love, the grace, the mercy, but we often leave the accountability, the discipline, the sacrifice. 

Our church actually meets in a high school cafeteria, which is why we think we are so witty to come up with this idea.  Sometimes our genius even amazes us (serious, don’t you think it’s a good idea?). 

I believe that we are to follow God with an undivided heart. We are to obey him completely, not partially.  If we pick and choose what we want to believe rather than allowing the Bible to form our beliefs, then we have made an idol in our own image. 

Let us follow God wholeheartedly. Let us live obedient lives. It is the path to abundantly living the eternal kind of life.

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