What Kind Of Christian Are You?

Some are like wheelbarrows— require being pushed.

Some are like canoes – need paddling.

Some are like kites – must have a string to keep them from flying.

Some are like kittens -more content when petted.

Some are like footballs – no one can tell which way they will bounce.

Some are like balloons – full of wind and ready to explode.

Some are like trailers – have to be pulled.

Some are like neon signs – keep going on and off.

Some are like a “dead” battery – no energy or power.

Some are like the weather – unstable and changeable.

Some are like “hitchhiker” – willing to let you pay all the bills.

Some are like an iceberg – cold and dangerous.

Some are like salt mixed with sand -no saving power.

Some are like little children – no sense of responsibility.

Some are like falling leaves – carried away with the slightest wind of doctrine.

And some are like the Rock of Gibraltar – “firm and unmovable”

“Therefore, my beloved brethren, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that your labor is not in vain in the Lord” (1 Corinthians 15:58).

 

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