Abandoning Christ and returning to the world may not work out the way you imagine.

If you’re considering giving up Christianity, being a child of God, and going back to the world here’s what you’re in for. I really thought about doing this and this is what I got. Here’s what’s in store for you:

Prepare to receive disapproval by true Christians and mockery by false Christians.
You’ll have to get “jumped” back into the Satan’s “gang” since you initially rejected him for Christ.

You will have to play by the rules of Satan’s world which means:

  • You’ll have to get dirty and become comfortable in sin
  • You’ll have to lie, steal, cheat, manipulate, dominate and maybe even kill
  • You’ll have to kill your conscience for sure
  • You’ll have to do some horrible things
  • You’ll have to live with those horrible things

Just know that success won’t be guaranteed to you even if you play by the rules.
However, if you become successful in one area, you will fail in other areas of your life (marriage, children, health etc).

Just know that you will become a pawn of the devil.
You will become either a hoe or a pimp, but everyone is really a hoe because the devil is the ultimately pimp.

Sin will take a toll on your life regardless.
There won’t be any real solution to dealing with the void and pain in your life apart from Jesus so you’ll have to abuse people, drugs, material things or food; or use other alternative solutions that won’t satisfy or heal you.

After years of service to the devil, you can look forward to everlasting torment in the lake of fire as your retirement plan.

It’s just better to serve God, he’s not as harsh as Satan and God has all the benefits. Satan is a hateful taskmaster while God is a loving Father. Choose the Father. He has your best intentions at heart. If you’re struggling with sin, or thinking about giving up, it’s simply the battle of the flesh vs the spirit. Don’t give up. Check out: Titus 2:11-12 NIV, and Romans chapter 6.

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  1. Most believers would not concider giving up if they saw some signs of God moving on there behalf,and saw that the answer to what they are believing fot was on the way?, but it seems like God likes to leave his children in the dark? So when one doesnt see any change they feel as thow they are alone and that God is not listening and doesnt care, than they come to the conclusion that its not Gods will and throw in the towel. The least God can do is give one a sign and confirmation that its on the way.

    1. The Word says:
      “For we walk by faith, not by sight” (2 Cor 5:7).

      “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” (Heb 11:1).

      “And therefore will the LORD wait, that he may be gracious to you, and therefore will he be exalted, that he may have mercy on you: for the LORD is a God of judgment: blessed are all they that wait for him” (Isa 30:18).

      Most believers consider giving up because they don’t have enough faith in what God will do, and/or they don’t know what God has for them and so they have no hope and nothing to really look forward to. God leaves us in the dark to test our patience and whether or not we will wait on him. If we wait on him, we will be blessed. If we give up and do our own thing, we say God’s promises aren’t true, God is a liar and we are the governors of our lives, not God.