#1 – Spiritual retirement is not an option

Retirement is defined as “the action or fact of leaving one’s job and ceasing to work.” (Oxford Dictionary) Our country has an emphasis on retirement from physical work, but that should not roll over into spiritual work.

Remember, Moses led the people of Israel at 80 years of age. Caleb was still vigorous at 85 (Joshua 14.10). Also, remember Paul’s words to Titus in Titus 2.1-10. 2.

#2 – One does not need a sophisticated education to follow Jesus

Some believe one must know everything in the Bible to follow Jesus. However, the closest followers to Jesus were ordinary men.

Remember the words regarding Peter and John in Acts 4.13? Their example was not in their education, but in their influence.

#3 – Hell is optional

One of the best parts about life is the choices we can make.

Did you know that you can make a choice not to go to Hell? You can make the choice but will you follow up on your choice? Jesus is the only way to Heaven (John 14.6). One must be in Jesus and the way to get into Jesus is through baptism (Galatians 3.27).

#5 – Everyone can do something

Following Christ is not a time to sit back and relax, but it is a time to work. Paul says we are created in Christ Jesus for good works (Ephesians 2.10). At other times, Paul speaks of the abilities given to each Christian (Romans 12.3-8; Ephesians 4.11-16).

Just some thoughts,

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