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I don't consider myself being a "Christian" by today's American standards. For whatever reason, it seems that so many people cheat Jesus of His honor and glory by trying to justify their selfishness, lack of obedience, loss of love and sincere passion for others and a king who gave His life to save wretched sinners who are lost in a fallen world. I like to call myself "A Follower of Jesus," but what does that really mean? It's a serious statement to me. Reading and studying the gospels only compel me to want to dive deeper into the heart of Christ all the while I fall farther and farther away from the world. I wonder, am I the only one who has this kind of obsessive crazy love for Jesus? In my search, I came across and purchased a new book published by Waterbrook Multnomah Publishers and written by David Platt, "Radical". No, I'm not the only one. I can't wait to read.
Perhaps there is some sort of movement going on for very serious followers of Jesus. David Platt certainly recognizes the way many Christian American people and churches have made the hope message of Jesus somehow flat. Our desire to truly follow after Christ at all cost doesn't seem to mean very much to us. Platt's book suggests that perhaps, this is because most Americans haven't had to deal with the kinds of tragedies and persecution that people from so much of the world face on a daily basis. The freedom to learn and have biblical truth isn't understood in America. Our eagerness to learn truth has been diminished by the blinding amount of possessions we have.
I love how David Platt uses scripture to back the knowledge he gains from his pastoral and mission experiences. His heart's call for following Jesus for real is intense and evident throughout the book. I admire his desire and I hear his plea for all to obey by going and sharing Christ to all nations, both here and there. I enjoyed reading about the disciple training that required students to plant churches in Indonesia...I've been to Indonesia and can relate. As a matter of fact, I think I know of the exact seminary this book is referring to! To me, the book is absolutely fantastic in a radically good way.
Like Platt, I'm a messy human. I need encouragement and truth. This book came to me at a time where I needed encouragement to press forward in Christ always taking literal His call to love others and tell of His saving grace despite the cost. It certainly challenges me to go all the way with Christ trusting and knowing that He will have my back. I'll do it because He is worth it to me. And yes, I'll recommend this book to everyone.