They may not deserve it but they need it.
Merry Christmas to you all.
Don’t judge me by my appearance
You don’t know how far I’ve come.
No matter how hard it gets,
No matter how hard the decision,
No matter what you must give up,
No matter how much you need to take up,
If it’s worth it, then do it.
Sometimes the best things are waiting
On the other side of the turbulent river.
Christian leadership usually reaches out to those who are in great need. Most often we are called to minister to people who are going through a lot of trauma which could be physical, emotional or spiritual. This category of people needs our compassion and sympathy the most. In fact, they need our love more than any other group of individuals.
When Jesus saw the multitude He was moved with compassion to heal all their sicknesses and liberate all the captives. After ministering to them He then told them to stay out of the mess.
Love and compassion are very necessary ingredients when it comes to administering healing and deliverance.
This is especially so because those we are called to minister to might be very “undeserving” and “unworthy” people according to our human wisdom and calculation.
Most of them do not know God. Some do not want any relationship with God. They want a quick fix and that’s it.
How then do we reach out to such individuals without judging them in relation to their attitude and character? How do we show love to those who are hurting, yet despise and ridicule our faith?
It takes a heart that has been remolded by God himself; a heart that can love unconditionally; a heart that can love the unlovable.
God is looking for such vessels so that He can fill them with His anointing and then use them to reach out to a hurting world.