Mario Murillo writes yet another fiery, challenging word. He shares the reality of where the church and culture are at currently. He passionately urges those who have yet to see and understand the seriousness of the church’s responsibility in today’s world.
They made a conscious decision to exchange their calling for temporal success. They knew they were tailoring their sermons to inflate attendance even as it deflated discipleship. They wantonly closed their ears to the political policies that dismantled faith and morality in America.
They are as guilty as those who voted to destroy marriage—they are as guilty as those who voted to force our taxes to fund abortions—they are as guilty as the architects of the God-hating mobs that roam our streets, teach in our universities, and people our institutions.
“How could you accuse me of such things?” To which I answer, with a broken heart, “How could you have chosen to build a man-made entertainment center when you could have surrendered to God for a moral awakening? You could have seen revival.
Am I harsh? Not so much as Charles Finney who said, “If Satan rules in our halls of legislation, the pulpit is responsible for it. If our politics become so corrupt that the very foundations are ready to fall away, the pulpit is responsible for it.”