​On Christian Suffering and the Salvation of the Lost

On Christian Suffering and the Salvation of the Lost

The paradox of the Christian life is that sometimes Jesus allows his followers to be persecuted, humiliated, and even  martyred for his name sake; he allows the suffering and death of his own people in oder that his own glory and fame may be spread and reached to all lost people so he could save their wretched soul.

The life of a Christ’s disciple is not his or her own nor is it more precious than the glorious name and salvation of Jesus, who is also life, redemption, and salvation of all people.

Therefore, let us glory in our sufferings for Christ and for the sake of the Gospel!

Blessings,

Pastor Joseph