Baxter Kruger: The ones who are lost

“The ones who are lost are not the sinners who are listening to Jesus, but the religious people who have no problems, at least in their own minds.” (1).png

I loved this from The Shack Revisited, a book by C. Baxter Kruger that I am reading at the moment:

And then there were the ‘sinners’, the lawbreaking drunks, the harlots, the conniving swindlers, those so shamed and beaten up they wouldn’t even dare to look up at heaven.  You have to appreciate the irony here.  The ones who are lost are not the sinners who are listening to Jesus, but the religious people who have no problems, at least in their own minds.

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