Is there a Serjio in your life?

Hello everyone!
So today I’m going to talk about something that I thought about sharing to you today.
I hope all of you have read my blog post about the summer camp I went to.
It was my first time and it was absolutely so awesome!
Nothings better than getting to talk about Jesus ALL day WITH  your friends ALL week.
God definitely touched me that week.
To see the blog posts click here and here.
Anywho, you might catch in those posts I might’ve talked about a boy named Serjio.
The pastor that night told us about him.
One night Serjio was sitting down and he probably looked a little sad.
Some collage students came up to him and preached the gospel to him.
That night he received Christ as his Savior.
A couple months later he died on a four wheeler with his uncle.
His testimony tells everyone that they shouldn’t even think about feeling embarrassed about sharing Christ to other.
There could be a Serjio in your life.
Any day you cousin, best friend, grandma, grandpa, teacher, or anyone could die without even knowing Christ.
So we need to step up as Christians and proclaim his gospel.
We don’t know what could happen tomorrow.
But we need to live life like we got no tomorrow.
Or that person has no tomorrow.
I’ve been reading Acts in the bible.
I love it a lot because it really shows bravery to share the gospel.
To not be ashamed of the gospel.
Because we don’t know what’s going to happen tomorrow.
Your friends could be just like Serjio who might die in a couple days or months.
And we lay down hoping they will come to Christ.
I encourage you and me too!
To share the gospel.
Is there a Serjio in your life?
What are you going to do about it?

One thought on “Is there a Serjio in your life?

  1. Great post, Ellie! Well, there use to be some Serjio in my life. It was these two girls about my age and we were best friend though they weren’t Christian. There mom actually started going to church but they never wanted too. Well, now we don’t ever talk/see them but I remember when we used to spent the night with them, I would be afraid to read my Bible before bed knowing that they aren’t Christians. I wish that I could someday see them again to tell them about Christ…


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