What Are You Waiting For?: The Question
Southeast Christian Church
Published on 10/09/2011
Conviction must lead to action. When truth touches our hearts, and we know we have to change, but it doesn't lead to actiontheres really no point. When we reach a point of conviction in our hearts, it's a call to action in our lives. Procrastination is the space between conviction and action, and a lot of us live there. We know what we need to do, but we haven't done it yet. So let me ask you the obvious question: What are you waiting for? We see that question in Acts 22:16, when Paul is telling the story of his conversion. Ananias asked Paul, "And now what are you waiting for? Get up, be baptized, and wash your sins away, calling on his name." This week and next week we want to challenge those of you who havent been baptized to get up and baptized, so lets talk about what exactly baptism means.