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J McReynolds

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In a day and age when a growing number of professing Christians are exercising their freedom of

choice to drink, go to the club, wear provocative clothing, and act out on social media, gospel

singer Jonathan McReynolds is urging them to reconsider.

In a new blog post, the 27-year-old pleads with believers to think beyond themselves and take into

account how their behaviors impact others who may be watching. That way, their liberty won’t lead

someone else into bondage.

“I don’t know where we got this idea that our actions, clothes, tweets and Periscopes can be right

even when they look all wrong,” wrote the “Pressure” singer on his LifeRoom Talk blog, as he

encouraged readers not to be a stumblingblock, or hindrance to others.

In the latest entry titled “Smarts That Could Kill,” McReynolds uses 1 Corinthians 8:9-13 as his

foundation.

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source: Rebecca Johnson // Spiritual

Jonathan McReynolds Says ‘Don’t Be A Stumblingblock’ To Others  was originally published on praisecleveland.com

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