After all, Christians are followers of the One Who said, The zeal of thine house hath eaten me up (John 2:17). Their Savior was consumed with a passion for God and for His interests. There is no room in His train for half-hearted followers.
True Christianity is an all-out commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ.The Savior is not looking for men and women who will give their spare evenings to Himor their weekendsor their years of retirement. Rather He seeks those who will give Him first place in their lives. He looks today, as He has ever looked, not for crowds drifting aimlessly in His track, but for individual men and women whose undying allegiance will spring from their having recognized that He wants those who are prepared to follow the path of self-renunciation which He trod before them1H. A. Evan Hopkins.Nothing less than unconditional surrender could ever be a fitting response to His sacrifice at Calvary. Love so amazing, so divine, could never be satisfied with less than our souls, our lives, our all.[url=https://www.sermonindex.net/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=12995&forum=34]True Discipleship[/url]