Sometimes they’re called “Chreaster” Christians. You know the ones who go only on Christmas and Easter.
Perhaps just to get an extra helping of religion. Make sure they have a valid pass to get through the gates into Heaven.
I’m not critical because at times I’ve been a “Creaster” too.
We all want to make sure our passport is current.
Yet, the downside can be wondering if it really is. I mean how do you know for sure?
Easter reminded me of Jesus’ last words on the cross.
“Jesus said, ‘It is finished.’ With that, he bowed his head and gave up his spirit.”
Quite literally the last word on the subject, isn’t it?
See there’s nothing you can add to what Jesus did. You can’t be good enough or attend enough church services to validate your visa. The good news is you don’t need to.
When Jesus said, “It is finished,” he meant it. He finished all the requirements. He paid the price for what separated you from God. He left nothing undone and nothing else for you to do.
He issued you your visa, stamped your passport and says, “Welcome to my kingdom.”
You only need to ask.
So if you’re a “Creaster” Christian welcome. See you at Christmas.
*John 19:30 (NIV)