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What Shall I Do Then with Jesus…

What Shall I Do Then with Jesus…

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“Crucify Him! Crucify Him!” That was the advice of the crowd.

“We hate Him!”

“He disrupts our lives and our thinking!”

“Kill Him!”

“He is an imposter! Crucify Him!”

And there are many today who are openly fighting the Son of God and the Church which He established. The Communists have declared war on the church. In our own land many oppose every aspect of religion.

“Have thou nothing to do with that just Man.” Matthew 27:19. That was the advice of Pilate’s wife to Pilate.

“Refuse to make a decision.”

“Wash your hands of the whole affair.”

“Think of other things. This isn’t important.”

“Let others decide.”

This is the attitude of most of our present world. Not open warfare. Let others practice their religion if they want to, but let me alone. Keep religion out of our schools. Let our children decide for themselves when they grow up if they want to go to church.

The attitude seems broad-minded, but it is hell-bent.

“Lord, to whom shall we go? Thou hast the words of eternal life.” John 6:68 That was the answer of Jesus’ disciples to His question, “Will ye also go away?” v.67

It was definite and positive. They were going to follow Him in faith. They believed on Him as their Saviour.

Millions have done the same. They have found belonging to Christ of greater value than any riches. The quality of the Christian life now and the firm assurance of everlasting joy after death are without compare.

“To whom else shall we go?” Do you turn to the gods of science, of wealth, of sport, of lust, of fame, of knowledge, of pleasure? They are not gods. True, they give satisfaction, but none fulfill the true desires of the human soul. None have “the words of eternal life.”

Come to Christ! He has been found by illiterate slaves and the most educated thinker. Coming is hard. It involves the admission that we are not self-sufficient. It involves the acknowledgment of God as Creator, King, and Judge. It involves repentance of sin. It involves receiving Christ into our hearts and permitting Him complete dominion.

But, strange as it may seem, in our acknowledgment of insufficiency, we become sufficient; in our becoming slaves, we are made kings; in our admission of sin, we are freed from sin.

“For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God.” Romans 3:23 “For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.” Romans 6:23 “But as many as received Him, to them gave He power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on His Name.” John 1:12

“Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear My voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup (have fellowship) with him, and he with Me.” Revelation 3:20

Jesus is standing in Pilate’s hall—
Friendless, forsaken, betrayed by all: Hearken!
What meaneth the sudden call,
What will you do with Jesus?

Will you evade Him as Pilate tried?
Or will you choose Him, whate’er betide?
Vainly you struggle from Him to hide.
What will you do with Jesus?

What will you do with Jesus?
Neutral you cannot be;
Someday your heart will be asking,
What will He do with me?



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