Naval Academy midshipman Jim Wilson didn’t cuss or smoke or chew or go with girls who do. When a friend asked him if he was going to heaven, Jim replied, “If someone like me can’t make it, heaven is going to be thinly populated.” It was a serious answer, but his friend laughed. Jim was in for a surprise: Turns out you have to be bad to go to heaven.
Saved from Being Good
About the Author
Jim Wilson has been a pastor, counselor, and the director of Community Christian Ministries in Moscow, Idaho, for over forty years. Before that, he served as a naval officer for nine years and worked with Officers’ Christian Fellowship for twelve years. Jim has authored several books, including How to Be Free from Bitterness and Principles of War: A Handbook on Strategic Evangelism. He is a father of four, grandfather of fifteen, and great-grandfather of thirty-three and counting.
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