Hi, Readers. I pray each of you is having a wonderful week. It’s about a thousand degrees here in North Carolina, so I’m hermit-ing at the house, doing lots of writing/reading. I am just popping in to share this piece with ya’ll. As always, thank you for taking the time to read my blog. God bless ❤
By: Jana Greene
“Jesus, overhearing, shot back, “Who needs a doctor: the healthy or the sick? I’m here inviting the sin-sick, not the spiritually-fit.”– Mark 2:17 (MSG)
Last night I had a curious thought. I was considering our roles as Christ followers and the very varied and controversial methods of spreading the gospel we employ.
How important is it chastise others who are not towing the proverbial line according to biblical standards, vs. how important it is to leave the confrontation of one’s behavior to God, if and when he so chooses, and just love the bejeebers out of people who don’t look / act / believe like us.
Pick your righteous anger pet peeve purveyor:
Presidents (incoming and outgoing).
People who don’t use turn signals.
The LGBT community.
Democrats. Or Republicans.
The maddeningly militant youths of today.
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