Come Unto Me


Christian Background - Confession

“Come unto me.” Matthew 11:28

It is not humiliating to be told that we must come to Jesus! Think of the things we will not come to Jesus Christ about.  If you want to know how real you are, test yourself by these words–“Come unto Me”. In every degree that you are not real, you will dispute rather than come.  You will quibble rather than come. You will go through sorrow rather than come….As long as you have the tiniest bit of spiritual impertinence, it will always reveal itself in the fact that you are expecting God to tell you to do a big thing and all He is telling you to do is to “come”

–Oswald Chambers


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