“The work of the Lord Jesus Christ on the cross was not only to bring us back into fellowship with God, but also into fellowship with one another. Indeed, it cannot do one without the other. If we have not been brought into vital fellowship with our brother, it is proof to that extent we have not been brought into vital fellowship with God.”
| Roy Hession
Daily news is breaking, dashing my soul against stone cold faces. Hardened heart, I am not moved by the words on the screen. Another day, another insult. It means nothing now; there’s nothing to it. Everybody can do it. Leaders and followers, there’s no need to bother with truth or integrity or kindness.
Just let it rip! My heart falls out. My heart cries out. Love! I need a pick me up.
He lies about the caravan, that the threat is approaching us. Instead, the danger is on the inside of us, closer than we want to admit. Because it is easier to point the finger than to point out our prejudices, fears and ploys for power. Bait and switch the subject. Now, what were we talking about? What are we talking about Christians when we call people ‘invaders’ of God’s earth?
Because where does God draw the line? How do we know who’s in and who’s out? I guess the plan of salvation is mere lip service. You said it. You’re saved; now, go away.
Saved but you can’t stay. Please don’t move next door to me. No, go back to where you belong though we are all God’s children. We are family, limb- siblings, fellow members of the body of Christ.
We’re saved not from each other but ourselves. Praise God! We are saved but not protected from those people on earth, who don’t talk like us, who speak in other tongues. And if we can’t say this while professing to be in relationship with God, then we are not even close.