Being Like-Minded

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Patrick Bakley 1 Patrick Bakley A. Ballour MWF 9:00 am October 2, 2009 Being Like-Minded All Christians are left with a command by Jesus to go out and seek and save the lost. However, all they are accomplishing is being suppressed and having people shy away from the church. This is for good reason too. Who would want to deal with Christianity when even just one church cannot be like-minded? The fact is , who would want religion when religion cannot be like-minded enough to show the path to salvation? Only when we become like-minded can we truly be able to follow the command of seeking and saving the lost. Thoughts about the like-minded issue have been on many people’s minds and have even been put to paper. For example , my friend, Paul Wells, once wrote a short story about how unlike-minded Christians can keep someone from salvation. The story was about two boys from different churches who had a non-believing friend. They were concerned for his salvation and began to try and show him the way, but they both had separate salvation beliefs. As a result
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