An individualís antic or behavior is a window into their Heart. Sometimes our human experiences are embarrassing and shameful, and judged to harshly. Our current human experience is a gateway into the Heart not the actions or event being judged. We sure like to call people out when they act a fool. Rep. Mark Wilson, Kanye West, Serena Williams, birthíers, and individuals portraying the current President wearing Nazi clothing. The entertainersí and sport personalities understand the need to humble themselves and they have apologized. Iíve not heard the birthíres neither the haters of person apologized. Only an alcoholic can conclude to change their lifestyle. No matter how many times he or she attends rehab. The same is true for people who hate as well. Nevertheless, have we forgiven them? Iím not talking about the victims of the outburst. Iím talking about YOU!
The bible tells us to ask for forgivingness and too forgive. The human experience is not a one-way street. Prov. 27:19 provides a clear pathway to righteousness. ďAs a face is reflected in water, so the heart reflects the person.Ē This scripture came into play during the outbursts we all have seen over the pass few days. In addition, itís essential the House of Repís and Senators use this scripture during the upcoming Health Care and Banking reform legislation.
I expect the House and Senate to produce real reforms not cow-down to special interest for the world canít afford another crisis. Whether created either by our greedy Hearts of the Banking Institution or through non-compassionate support for individuals less likely to afford Health Care. Keeping your eyes on the prize is necessary to your Christlike lifestyle. Jesus Christ will discern whom we forgave, the place and time of your apologue, whether it was sincere or not. Remember, we are not to judge others, only to obey the law written in our Hearts by God.