Before you walk away from God, can I make a plea?

Could you take some time to ponder on these things and ask your self some questions to search your heart?

What will you allow to separate you from your Savior?

Your feelings?

Your circumstances?

That person who offended you?

That person you love more than Him?

That opportunity?

That job?

Your own pride?

How great was that thing that you’d choose it in exchange for your Savior?

Before you ever turn your back from Jesus, may you consider what He has saved you from and what it costed Him to rescue you from where you’ve been.

Does He deserve this from you after all?

Before you ever walk away from Him, may you consider looking at the lives of those who did the same. And may you see, how miserable a life could be when lived without Him.

Is it worth returning to?

Before you ever take that first step of leaving Him, may you consider what He has left so you can be with Him. And may your own conscience prick your numb heart.

Can’t you still feel the pain?

Before you ever dare to ignore His pleading for you to hold on a little longer, may you consider all those times He has waited for you so patiently but you never came. Those times when everyone has given up on you but Him.

How can you take it any longer to break God’s heart this way?

So please, before you ever walk away from God, with all your greatest reasons to, make sure you have walked the road to Calvary where He laid aside all His reasons not to come just to save you.

Will you also turn away?

To whom shall you go?

Is there anything or anyone better than Jesus to you?

“¶From that time many of his disciples went back, and walked no more with him. Then said Jesus unto the twelve, Will ye also go away? Then Simon Peter answered him, Lord, to whom shall we go? thou hast the words of eternal life. And we believe and are sure that thou art that Christ, the Son of the living God.”

– John 6:66-69

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