Many of you believe that we do not exist within your walls, your schools, your neighborhoods. You believe that we are few and easily recognized. I tell you we are many. We are your teachers, doctors, accountants, high school athletes. We are all colors, shapes, sizes. We are single, married, mothers, fathers. We are your sons, your daughters, your nieces, your nephews, your grandchildren. We are in your Sunday School classes, pews, choirs, and pulpits. You choose not to see us out of ignorance or because it might upset your congregation. We ARE your congregation. We enter your doors weekly seeking guidance and some glimmer of hope that we can change. Like you, we have invited Jesus into our hearts. Like you, we want to be all that Christ wants us to be. Like you, we pray daily for guidance. Like you, we often fail. The rest here!
Friday, March 29, 2013
Thursday, January 3, 2013
.You might see were I have questioned a person's motive and action (which is my opinion) but you will never ever read were I questioned a person's salvation....I have learned a long time ago, we all can be fleshly and carnal at times....but in the end God is the only one with the big picture that tells it all.