“Silence?” by Rev. William Shishko (OPC)

Is it loving to be silent when the Scriptures declare unequivocally that certain patterns of conduct prohibit the unrepentant from entering the kingdom of God (1 Cor. 6:9-10)?

Why are we silent? Because we have too much fear of man, but too little fear God; too much desire for the approval of the world, but too little desire for the approval of Christ; too much of the spirit of the age, but too little of the Spirit of God.

The following is a copy of “Silence,” written by Rev. William Shishko, pastor of Franklin Square Orthodox Presbyterian Church, NY, for New Horizons, Aug.-Sept. 2015. Click images to enlarge.