Question? How do we profess we are blood bought Christians and mistreat people? Examples: Not speaking to people, turning our heads when certain people enter the room, cutting people off when they are talking, sucking your teeth, mumbling under your breath, ostracizing, not appointing to people to do a job you know very well that they can do (as if we can stop what the plan of God has mandated)? Shutting people down or silencing them. What about if I don’t talk to you then my friends follow pursuit. If your friends jumped off of a bridge would you jump with them? Come on get you a life will you! Get a backbone, stop being weak-minded and be your own person!!
What gives us the right to sit in judgment to Gods creations and tear people apart like ravenous wolves? I’ve witnessed it and have heard many stories of spiritual land mental abuse, it has grieved and vexed my spirit that we participate in such ungodly behavior. I’ve been a victim of this type of behavior (now I’m victorious) there is no hurt like a spiritual hurt, people have committed suicide or walked away from church and the Lord due to our treatment. Souls lie in the balance and the blood is on our hands (do we really care?)
Well I care and I will not sit idly by and allow anyone to abuse or mistreat Gods children. If you don’t believe me try me and see?
Crying Loud and sparing not is my motto!!!
Remember the fairy tale Cinderella? Her step mother and sisters hid her from the Prince thinking she was insignificant and unworthy, eventually Cinderella was discovered in her hiding place and was seated and fitted with the glass slipper and it fit perfectly, Cinderella was promoted right in the presence of her enemies and you will be too, just hold on, they think they may be harming you but the true and living God that I serve is getting ready to bring you out from the pit to the palace in the name of Jesus.
1 John 4:20-21, If someone says, “I love God,” and hates his brother, he is a liar, for he who does not love his brother, he is a liar, for he who does not love his brother whom he has seen, how can he love God whom he has not seen? And this commandment we have from Him: that he who loves God must love his brother also.
We must remember if we don’t change, we may not pay what we owe but we will reap what we sow!!
Forever His Servant,
Robin A. Curry