I try to stay true to myself when writing. After all I am the one who walks in the shoes I wear so it pays to be true about my journey. It is interesting how people will try to tell your story and not speak the truth about their own. Jesus said it best when the Pharisees wanted to condemn the adulterous woman. , He said unto them,” he that is without sin among you cast a stone at her.” (John 8:7).
Yeah! No further explanation. We all know what happened next, and if you don’t again you can read it here- (John 8:7). Anyway as I was saying people love the idea of telling others people’s stories, but will act as if they have never done anything that requires the blood of Jesus to cover their own faults. I admit, I’m not perfect, just forgiven friend, and you can be too. (Acts 2:38)
If we could stop trying to watch our brothers faults and get busy we would probably be a firehouse. Transparency is a better way to reach other’s. How are people suppose to know that Jesus did anything for us if we won’t tell them.
Even if you were born into the church you still have a testimony of deliverance of some sort,whether it be depression, anger, gossip, loneliness, something you can tell or share with someone else that will help them to connect to a living God! (Romans 3:23)
Facebook, Twitter, and other social media platforms are great to help us extend ministry outside of the parameter of our neighborhoods, but what about our neighborhoods. We’ve got to stir the pot. It doesn’t matter that we’re in different locations. What matter’s is that we join hands and work together to complete the task at hand. It’s time….Amen.
(c) V. Paschal 2017