Is Your Kind Of Christianity Productive?

It’s easy to believe that the sole purpose of the Christian life is to die and go to heaven. However, this is not correct. If Christians’ only goal is to go to heaven, we would optimize that by finding “creative” ways to accelerate the call to heaven. What you actually find in the Bible is the goal of fruitfulness. God blessed mankind in the book of Genesis to be fruitful. There is more to life than seeking bliss and glory that can only be found in the afterlife. Your sole purpose in life is not to die and go to heaven; there are many things you can accomplish here.

A Christian is well positioned to make a difference in the world around them. A good Christian is driven by a set of values that optimizes them for a productive life. The mindset, discipline and experiential knowledge required for a life of exploits is deeply ingrained in the Christian DNA. As a result, let us learn not to simply be born again in a vague, undefined sense. Rather, let there be the conviction that being born again and becoming a part of God’s kingdom on earth enables us to get things done.

The apostle Paul declared, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Nowadays, it appears that the more “churchy” and religious a person is, the less creative and productive they are. They make that Bible text read as “I can do nothing, nothing at all, because I’m too busy putting on an appearance of holiness.” You are forgetting that your mental state influences your productivity. And the Christian faith helps us cultivate a wonderful state of mind. A love-driven state of mind that has a positive impact on the world.

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