The departure of Steve Jobs the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Apple Inc. has sparked a lot of buzz in the Christian community and church blogosphere as well. To tell that Steve Jobs was a man who had the whole world in his arms wouldn’t be exaggerating. I am not seeking to pass the judgment on Steve but I feel very concerned about his soul, (Matthew 16:26). Many sources claim Steve was not a born again Christian.
You can call me a religious fanatic, extremist, fundamentalist or all these. Yet what needs to be said must be said. One of my friends commented,
Steve lived the iLife without
i Tthinking, about eternity and where is he going to spend it.
I grieved the moment I heard about his death and still grieving thinking how things will turn out for Steve at the rapture?
Some might say, “Well there was Billy Graham – Steve must have heard him many times”.
The point is, I am not talking about world-famous evangelists who preach to masses when I say we need Christian Steve Jobs. I am talking about peers who can personally reach out to top CEO and business leaders with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
We need Steve Jobs who knows Christ to reach out to Steve Jobs that don’t know Christ. Are you that man?
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