Unseen Dangers March 8, 2016

Carbon monoxide is a life threatening colorless, odorless, tasteless gas. It almost cost a Kamloops British Columbia family their lives. Fortunately a fifteen month old toddler, Celia Ruppel, woke up in the middle of the night crying, alerting her parents. All were treated and are fine. Carbon monoxide poisoning has been called the silent killer. In the spiritual realm there is also a silent killer at work. The Bible calls it sin, stating, “the wages of sin is death.” Many deny its existence, seeing it only as an outdated idea from the past. But that doesn’t change anything. It is a disease which has infected the entire human race. Paul wrote, “all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” In this case of carbon monoxide in Kamloops, a family was alerted, acted and was saved. And when we acknowledge sin, the silent killer, call out to God for forgiveness, we receive “the gift of God … eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.”

Pastor Alex Rockwell
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