Originally posted by Kagame Paul Mucyo.
There are days I used to meet people preaching on the bus and wonder the source of all that courage and boldness. The “Jesus is coming soon” sermon was almost a slogan, not until I understood the First Epistle of Peter Chapter One verse twenty two.
Seeing ye have purified your souls in obeying the truth through the Spirit unto unfeigned love of the brethren, see that ye love one another with a pure heart fervently: 1 Peter 1:22
Deep love can not help seeing each others perish. These preachers probably have reasons why they do what they do, but the real issue got to be love for one another not fear for judgment or any other.
Sometimes, or most of the times we sit back and watch things go wrong, we tend to enjoy the comfort of being Christians and enjoy the state of stagnancy and simply receiving daily blessings while ignoring our fellows out of Church who haven’t received the same grace we boast today. Nobody said die on the cross for their sins or start preaching on the bus today, but there’s got to be something, somehow, you can show love and bring them back to the Father. You may not preach but sing or teach maybe dance why not write, help, serve? There’s got to be something about you that can show love and bring them back home.
Kind people have become very scarce, and everyone is growing dry and wild each day. I believe it’s high time each ones little light shines before darkness overtakes. No candle runs out by lightning others! It doesn’t cost anything to truly love our neighbors. If you are a Christian and do not care about reconciling more men to God, you better revise your Christianity, friend. “Them” people next to us need joy and peace, hope and mostly love, they need Jesus, we all do! Whatever good we can, let’s do it and do it to our best out of love.
Let us love them like Jesus.