Jason Clark challenges us regarding the gap in our belief versus practice. We believe in the Kingdom of God. When Jesus, the Apostles, and the disciples went about proclaiming and demonstrating the Kingdom, they were confronted (both positively and negatively). Yet we go about shopping at the mall, buying gas at the station, attending weekend services, etc. without making nary a ripple in the lives we encounter. Hmmm?
Is that we don't believe? Perhaps we don't care? Or is the experience in our lives not deep or recent enough to be reality in our hearts?