When I think about what has happened in the media since same-sex marriage was “made legal” it makes me sad. I am not saying that Christians shouldn’t have an opinion about the decision. I am saying that it is not the principle matter. Jesus called us to go and make disciples for the Kingdom of God and that comes through relationship.
The Bible is not meant to be a weapon wielding it’s contents on unsuspecting people – people who do not believe that it is true. It’s a guide book for those who believe. It’s a guide book for those who are in relationship with God who desire to know more about Him. It’s been abused by believers and non-believers alike to prove a point that the two will never agree on.
Love is left on the side to defend itself. Yes #LoveWins but at what cost? What are we doing? Bible study is for those who believe. How can we make disciples by having unsolicited bible study out of context and out of order? When Jesus taught the multitudes, His message was one of hope and love but growth came long after the lesson.
Would you rather win souls for the Kingdom of God with love or through misguided intentions that only wins the attention of men?
Just another day’s journey of checking to make sure that I am known for God’s love.
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Enjoyed your posts and your thoughtful question that gets us to ask ourselves who are we really trying to please?
Thank you. I want us to not lose focus of the assignment that Jesus gave. Peace and blessings.
I know I’m late reading, sorry. Good article touching on the love of God. I too want to be known for God’s love working in and through me. Like Steve Harvey says, “show your love.”
That’s right. Show your love