They deliberately threw themselves back into the battle

King arthurKing Arthur and his knights had earned their freedom after 15 years of service to Rome, in the movie. But a massive army of Saxons was at Hadrian’s wall to take over the island, so Arthur realized he couldn’t make use of his new freedom. And his knights, weary of danger, wanted to leave but reluctantly decided to stay with their leader and fight.

King-Arthur-Christianity is too easy here in America. We busy ourselves seeking prosperity and insisting that its all about us feeling happy.

In Indonesia, you take your life in your hands by becoming a Christian. In Egypt, it is a crime to evangelize. You will be thrown in jail for talking to a Muslim about Christ.

king-arthur-movieHow can we ignore the plight of our brothers around the world and adhere to a soft Christianity that doesn’t require much of any adherence at all?

12 responses to “They deliberately threw themselves back into the battle

  1. Here is a trustworthy saying: If we died with him, we will also live with him (2 Timothy 2:11).

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  3. Loved the article and this movie. There is a fight of faith. Sadly, some have opted to climb the tree. I will add another faithful saying. If we deny Him, He will deny us (2 Timothy 2:12).

  4. Reblogged this on Talmidimblogging and commented:
    Well said!

  5. Guilty as charged. But I am trying to do better and pray more for those in need more than I am.

  6. Amen and amen! God is looking for people who will indeed seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and not put their own comfort first.

  7. Thank you for this reminder of the Persecuted Church. Just prayed for our brethren who don’t have the religious freedom like we do.

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