Luke 23. Someone Else’s Problem

Posted: November 27, 2011 in Luke

In reading this chapter, it dawned on me that not all of Jesus’ enemies set themselves in firm opposition to Him. Pilate wasn’t out to kill Jesus. Nor did he find any reason for Jesus to be condemned in the first place. In fact, all he wanted to do was let Jesus be someone else’s problem, let them deal with Him.

Here’s the thing, though…if you aren’t affirming the Lordship of Jesus and following His way of life as your Savior, you might as well be the one leading the rebellion against Him.

There is no such thing as a half-hearted follower of Christ. It’s all in or it’s nothing.

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