Not far from where we live is an old cabin that is slowly falling down. In years past, we have seen people stay there, but now it is completely uninhabitable. We drive by and think, "How sad!" It did not take someone with a sledge hammer or chainsaw to destroy that home. Simply neglecting to maintain and care for it has, in time, had a destroying effect. I have often said, "Oh, I neglected to tell you" or "I neglected to take care of that," but this verse reminds us of the one thing we MUST NOT neglect – "so great salvation." How tempting it is to skip a daily Bible reading, prayer, or a church service! We think, "Just one won’t matter that much." But one almost always becomes two and soon a regular habit of neglect is established. The enemy knows many Christians will avoid sins like stealing, killing, cheating, drinking alcohol, or taking illegal drugs. Yet, how easy it is to neglect a few things here and there! King Solomon described it as "a little sleep, a little slumber" (Proverbs 6:10). The songwriter told of the serious end of a life of neglect: "Through neglect, I’m lost at last" (Soon the Summer Will Be Ended). This Bible verse is a reminder as we start each day to not neglect those things that keep our spiritual house strong and secure.
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