Eldridge warns against ‘tyranny of convenience’ in Christian walk

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Modern life is all about convenience — instant food, instant communication, instant entertainment; the list could go on. 

But according to David Eldridge, pastor of Dawson Memorial Baptist Church, Birmingham, “one of the things we must crucify is the desire to have convenience as the idol of our lives.”

Tenets of faith

The Christian life isn’t convenient. Building a relationship with God isn’t instantaneous and winning people for Christ doesn’t always happen in an instant. (continued…)

Read the full article from The Alabama Baptist newspaper

Eldridge warns against ‘tyranny of convenience’ in Christian walk

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