Seek, Save, Lost
Jesus cared about people. Jesus loved being with people. Jesus love building relationships. Jesus loved spreading truth. He didn’t care about what people looked like. He didn’t care how people dressed. He didn’t care how much people knew. He didn’t care about what people did. And he didn’t care for religous people.
Jesus said, “I came to seek and save the lost..” Here’s the definition’s of these words…
Seek means to.. to go in search or quest of; to seek truth. To try to find or discover by searching or questioning. To go to.
Save means to.. to rescue from danger or possible harm, injury, or loss; to save someone from drowning. to keep safe, intact, or unhurt; safeguard; preserve.
Lost means to.. having gone astray or missed the way; bewildered as to place, direction, etc.; lost children. Destroyed or ruined.
Jesus came to seek and save the lost. It’s that simple.. and yet that huge. That’s what we are called to do as Christ-followers and as the body of Christ. Jesus didn’t say I came to save the lost if.. or I came to save the lost if we do this.. of I came to save the lost, only if we can please these people..
It took the church 2,000 years to make christianity boring. Yep. Jesus never intended it to be that way.
Jesus came to seek and save the lost. PERIOD.