Ken Shamrock is a former MMA and WWE Star. But foremost he’s a Christian. Recently he told worshipers at a California megachurch recently that they should reject “passive” Christianity.
Speaking at Valley Bible Fellowship of Bakersfield on Sunday, Shamrock warned against being indifferent in witnessing, advising: “Don’t sit on your Bible,” reports Christian Today. “Don’t hug it to your chest and keep it to yourself. God created you a certain way. Just because you’ve become a Christian doesn’t mean you become passive.”
“It doesn’t mean you become all-loving and all-caring and there’s no discipline. You got to stand up and become the aggressive person God made you to be or the loving and intelligent person He made you to be.”
Shamrock also the attendees to not let the “seatbelt of sin” prevent them from evangelism. Because that’s what often happens. “The difference between speaking out on something like this is life and death. And when I say that I mean eternal life and eternal damnation.”
“Don’t ever pass up an opportunity to spread God’s Gospel or His Word because it is eternal life or eternal damnation.”