My son loved LEGOs but now he won’t even touch it with a 10 ft pole.
But boy, did we spend a fortune buying him all different kinds of LEGOs that were on the market.
Then I asked him one day, “Why LEGOs?” Couldn’t you just go outside and kick a soccer-ball or something?
His reply was, “Dad, I just love building things.”
Look here, a Minecraft fortress and this is the Millenium Falcon!
It took me days to build it and walla….
Christians are in the business of building, building the Kingdom of God.
But you must first receive the kingdom in order to build it.
Psalms 95:7 declares, “For He is our God, and we are the people of His pasture, the flock under His care.”
The Lord is our Rock and we build upon it by worshipping Him with all of our heart.
We need to go before His presence with thanksgiving, believing that He is a great God and a great King of all gods.
He is our Lord that has provided the opportunity to be saved.
And the plan of salvation was completed by Him and salvation is offered to us today because of Him, through the death of Jesus on the cross.
With that being said, “There are some 180K people who are goggling every day about eternity and afterlife?
And I believe one of the best ways to help the Millennials in building their house on a “Rock” is over the internet.
Someone once said, “If Technology is the wave of the future. We can either try to swim against the current, or we can surf the wave.”
Some may argue, “Can internet evangelism be effective?
Online evangelism isn’t just an in-the-moment decision, and people continue to grow in their faith after they have decided to follow Jesus.
And staggering number of people are giving themselves to the Lord over the Internet!
The Internet is the wave of the future.
And we can either try to swim against the current, or we can educate the local churches to surf the web for evangelism.