GUESS THE MEMBER?
MEMBER: GUESS WHO
Q: In what area is your Christian life growing right now?
Consistency. I am consistently lukewarm and dispassionate about my faith right now. I feel God calling me, but I am resistant and hard hearted, but I have faith God will draw me closer.
Q: When was the last time you tried something new? What was it and how did you do?
Last week. I tried a new route to work. It was slow and painful.
Q: What would you do differently if you knew that no one was judging you?
Nothing. I don’t care what other people think. Oh snap!
Q: Have you ever taken responsibility for someone else’s mistake? Was it the right thing to do?
Not that I can remember. Actually, I do the opposite: I often blame others for my mistakes.
Q: What do you see as the biggest difficulty in living the Christian life?
My biggest difficulty ultimately is a lack of faith. If I truly believed that our God is the God of the universe, that He is all-powerful, that He sent His son to die for us, and that I would live in eternal joy with Him, then my life would be radically different. But my faith is weak and the reality of the world around us is so powerful, it makes the Christian life so difficult to live to its fullest.
Q: What without fail always makes you laugh?
Someone getting kicked or punched in the groin. Always funny.
Q: The thing I like about myself is….
Too many things to list.
Q: What terrifies you the most?
Eternity. I don’t want to go into it more because I don’t want to scare others, but the thought of eternity is terrifying to me.
Q: Are you a negative or positive person? Why?
I tend to be a positive person. I try to give people the benefit of the doubt and try to make the most of a bad situation.
Q: If you could ask one person one question (that they would answer honestly), who would it be and what would you ask? Why?
I would ask Donald Trump: do you regret now becoming the president of the United States?
Q: Who is your inspiration to be a better person?
Jesus, of course! And the Donald!
Q: Standing at the gates of heaven, and God asks you “Why should I let you in?” What do you reply?
Because I’m a good person, I haven’t killed anyone, I donate money to charities and I volunteer at soup kitchens. (just kidding)
Q: When did you cry the last time and why?
The last time I cried was when I was kicked in the groin. It was NOT funny back then.
Q: What is one thing about our society would you change?
I would get rid of social media (which is totally hypocritical since I partake in it). But there seem to be problems that come with limited 150 character statements that stunt healthy, meaningful discussion between opposing views.