LOVE ‘EM LIKE JESUS!

Credit: zole4

 

I’m beginning to realize how prime we are to do what’s easy as opposed to what’s powerful.

Let me tell you point blank:

POWERFUL IS NOT EASY!

Jesus tells an interesting story about the end of days in Matthew 25.

He says when the saved folks are separated from those who are not saved, He will say something quite shocking to BELIEVERS.

It is at that critical moment – both joyous and terrifying – that Jesus will tell BELIEVERS how they let Him down.

How?

Jesus will say every time we failed to do our best for others it was like we we were withholding our best from Him!

Matthew 25:42-43

“For I was an hungred, and ye gave me no meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me no drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me not in: naked, and ye clothed me not: sick, and in prison, and ye visited me not. ”

Every time we have the ability to bless but:

-We don’t feed the hungry

-We don’t visit the sick

-We don’t visit the prisoner

-We don’t clothe the needy

-We don’t take in the stranger

It’s like we’re doing it to Christ.

So here is a radical idea.

WE SHOULD NEVER TREAT ANY ONE ELSE ANY DIFFERENT THAN WE WOULD TREAT CHRIST!

We are all God’s children.

He loves us all the same.

And He calls us to love one another.

I believe this kind of radical love is the stuff revivals are made of.

Revolution needs your love.

And you have plenty of love to give.

FM

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Latasha Caldwell
    Jan 17, 2012 @ 14:37:06

    We really need to get back to the basics. Jesus was all about love and taking care of those in need. He is the example of a great leader and a great servant!

    Reply

    • Frank Mickens
      Jan 26, 2012 @ 11:37:11

      You are so right! It’s a daily battle. But if we just focus on the awesome power of God, instead of the world’s Goliath-like stature, we can move mountains!

      Reply

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