“She needs God more than she needs you, just as you need God more than you need her.”
The Paradox of Our Age
I’m sorry for passing judgment instead of extending love.
I’m not a Christian because I was scared into it, brainwashed, brought up with it or because I thought it would be easy to live this way, but because I know what God has done for me, the sacrifice He made for me. Because I want to spend the rest of my life living for Him, and with Him in eternity. I don’t live by blind faith, the Bible doesn’t tell us to do that, but to always be ready to tell people the reason for our hope.
It’s not what people do that scares me. It’s what they hide. It’s the secrets that keep us from bonding and create distrust. If we were more willing to accept each other’s depravity we’d be more united, we’d be more honest. If you hide two things from me, I’ll assume you’re hiding a million. And I’ll keep you at a distance. I’m not afraid of the evil in you. It’s in me too.