Come as you are

Hey, remember the Insanity Test? Combine that basic premise with the classic Purity Test, and that’s pretty much what I found today. I present it to you here with no further commentary.

  The apostle John ends the book of Revelation with several pointed reminders of Christ’s return:

Behold, I am coming quickly! (22:7)

And behold, I am coming quickly, and My reward is with Me, to give to every one according to his work. (22:12)

Surely I am coming quickly. (22:20)

  Friends, He is coming again, and He will do so quickly! Are you ready? John was, so he could write with gladness, “And the Spirit and the bride say, ‘Come!’ And let him who hears say, ‘Come!'” (22:17). But he wasn’t content to leave it at that. He knew some might be reading his book who weren’t ready for the Lord’s return. So to them he writes, “And let him who thirsts come. And whoever desires, let him take the water of life freely” (22:17).
  Are you thirsty? Then come to Christ, so that you will be ready for Him when He comes. Do you desire to quench your thirst at the great fountain of God? Then come and take that water “freely.” Drink deeply of His cool, refreshing waters. Cast yourself wholly upon His grace, and ask Jesus to satisfy your soul.
  Then you, too, will be ready to say with John, “Even so, come, Lord Jesus!”

–LaHaye, Tim & Jerry Jenkins. Are We Living in the END TIMES?. Tyndale House: Wheaton, 1999, p. 232.

2 Responses to Come as you are

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  2. Doubting Tom says:

    I’m leaving the above comment here just for the batshit insane humor value.

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