Wednesday, November 19, 2014

An Honest Reminder


The bible is constantly reminding it's readers how to interact with each other. For example, the book of Hebrews
reaffirms how brothers and sisters in Christ should treat each other (Hebrews  13:1). Being hospitality to strangers, especially during this season may sound a bit hash; but a person never knows whether or not the Lord sends an angel in the place of a stranger (Hebrews 13:2) ...

That's why it's not realistic to judge a person due to appearance; because someone can do the same thing to you (Matthew 7:1). For instance, if someone enters a church, wearing expensive clothing and jewelry, then another person who's poor in every aspect of the word also enters the same place (James 2:2), the individual who's financially stable is treated with more courtesy and seated in the best seat, then the person who isn't so well off, followed by being told to stand someone else or sit on the floor (James 2:3) ...

All the above examples only show that the underprivileged are mistreated and the well-to-do are welcomed; nonetheless this is what the bible says ...

Romans 2:11 (HCSB) -  There is no favoritism with God.

The Apostle Paul wants us to commemorate the above bible verse every chance we get; because if it were happening to you, wouldn't you want someone to be bias in your situation?
 
Blessings from Breakfast with Jesus,