What if we didn’t criticize the “bad” Christians, but thanked the “good” ones?
With our precious, limited time, will we spend it focused on all the reasons why something is bad… or all the reasons something is good?
And how does that impact who we ultimately become?
And how much does this even concern us?
It’s human nature, unfortunately, that people are always asking why is this bad thing happening, or why is that bad thing happening.
Why are so many people missing the boat, when they have the power to change their lives.
What if they started asking, “Why do I have so many blessings in my life?”
It was just a test.
A test we’d all like to pass, but none of us would want to take.
One must voluntarily die, so the other may live.
This is the epitome of kindness.
No matter what you believe about Jesus, none of us can deny that history has documented His death on the cross.
Heretic? Prophet? Son of God? Wise sage?
Was it just a test?