Ohhkay, some of us christians want to follow jesus, and do what he did, but we mostly think that only involves us standing up on sunday morning, and raising our hands in suppoesed surrender. Then, we leave church, and monday comes around, and we live a lifestyle that does not show our love towards God. We think that if we sing loudest on sunday morning, somehow we are exempt from spreading the gospel. The gospel is the story of love, true love. The real love that was embodied in a human babe, and lived a perfect life, even thou everything was against that true love, even us supposed God followers, we did not see that the love that was sent down, was for us. But don't mourn, for even thou we brought down the body that held true love, we did not destroy it all together. For we have no strength to hold back love, it is it's own power, it created the whole world, and so after we killed the body, the love that dwelt in that body, rose again, and it lives even now. Now, this love did not come down to earth, and die, just to give us judgement, but it came down so that we might live in this awesome love. Now that i have told you of this gospel, and if you have this true love living inside, why do you hold it in. Why hold the love that can save a broken man, a love that can move past judgement, that we deserve, and give us mercy, that we do not deserve. true love did not come down, so we could sit timidly in our rooms, but it came so that the whole world might know a love that can save all...not some, BUT ALL. And so we must show this love to...not just SOME PEOPLE, BUT EVERYONE.
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