I met someone…

I met someone.

I met someone who does not believe.

I met someone who does not believe in the gospel but yet had moral standards.

I met someone who does not believe in the gospel but yet had moral standards which will not be lowered for anyone in EVERY aspect of that person’s  life.

This someone will not post picture of another woman posing nude or like that kind of picture on instagram because this person doesn’t believe women should be dress that way and will not show support by liking that kind of picture.

This someone has inculcated their moral standards into their business, friendships, relationships, their LIFE.

This someone has touched me.

Too bad being a moralist will not take you to heaven…

Thomas said unto him, Lord we know not where you are going so how can we know the way to get there? Jesus answered; I am the way, the truth and the life. NO ONE comes to the Father BUT BY ME” John 14:6

Now I know better.

Now I know its time to set a standard for EVERY aspect of my life, because Christianity is not just a religion it’s a way of life.

Now I understand that I do not want to be A PARTAKER OF OTHER PEOPLE’S SIN anymore.

Now I understand that if I BELIEVE that it is wrong for women to wear clothes that “are revealing”, I should not go ahead to like those same kind of pictures on Instagram and make them my WCW. What am I projecting to the babes in the faith that its okay to be dressed like that?

Now I understand what Apostle Paul  meant when he said we should not eat what belongs to idols if someone brings our notice to this not because of our conscience but because of others which we might cause to fall and there on become a partaker OF THEIR SIN.

Now I understand that if I BELIEVE that taking alcohol is wrong, then I shouldn’t serve the “men” alcohol at my party even though I don’t take alcohol. Neither should I be in such a gathering in the first place.

“Woe unto him that giveth his neighbor drink, that puttest thy bottle to him and that maketh him drunken also..” Habakkuk 2:15

The other day there was an issue about whether Christians should work in some certain kind of companies in my church and I couldn’t believe what the so called Christians were saying.

LOL. I am fully persuaded that I shouldn’t sell alcohol neither should I even get a job in a company that MAKES alcohol, whether I work in the accounts department or the managerial department, the mission is still the same and they are all working towards the same goal: TO PRODUCE ALCOHOL.

How then shall I not be a partaker of the sins that will come with the customers who take it if I was a partaker of the brew process in one way or the other in the first place?

Oh you didn’t see it like that? Okay.

Its okay for those of us “Christians” that believe taking alcohol is not wrong (because Jesus turned water to wine abi? And because paul told timothy to take wine) to disagree. Its very okay. This example is not for you people.

 

Moving Forward.

Now I understand that if I BELIEVE people should not lie, then I should not support another person’s lie and claim afterall its not my lie.

Now I understand that if I BELIEVE that homosexuality is wrong, why then should I make a homosexual my MCM and turn a blind eye to his sin.

Now over to you.

If you BELIEVE women shouldn’t wear pants, why should you ever be caught sewing one for any woman?

If you believe women shouldn’t adorn themselves, er.. excuse me why do you sell jewelries?

If you do not believe in something yu shouldnt do it for others. Religion  is not separate from business because on the final day every man’s deeds will be brought to open. EVERY. So it does not exclude what you do at work or your tweets or your DMs.

I love this particular verse because it serves as a constant reminder.

For God shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil. Ecc 12:14

Why are you in a relationship with someone that sins for a living? You’re turning a blind eye to it but you know it is wrong.

“So whoever knows the right thing to do and fails to do it, for him it is sin.” James 4:17

It is so sad that we have all in one way being partakers of other people’s sins and we are doing nothing about it.

The problem is many of us have refused to take a stand in this world and we still blow both hot and cold. Many of us are unsure of our salvation.

As from now on I refuse to be a partaker of other people’s sin. If that someone who is an unbeliever can do it then I can do it much better.

But now I write to you not to associate with anyone who bears the name of [Christian] brother if he is known to be guilty of immorality or greed, or is an idolater [whose soul is devoted to any object that usurps the place of God], or is a person with a foul tongue [railing, abusing, reviling, slandering], or is a drunkard or a swindler or a robber. [No] you must not so much as eat with such a person. 1cor 5:11

 

 

Thank you to everyone that checks up on me in these blog-breaks I take. Lol I love you all. Gracias! More posts coming! Amen!

2 thoughts on “I met someone…

  1. Well said and also a lot of revealing truths there.I pray that God gives us the Grace to constantly weather the storm of sin and temptation and also help us to understand that Christainity is real business and not for jokers.
    God bless you for this post.

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