Love Does No Ill
Nov 12, 2002
By: Rick L. King
The self-righteous spirit
And all the pride
Sure comes out in others
When under religion they try to hide
My Bible says the greater love
Is to lay down your life for your friend
Which will look beyond all their faults
And just go into intercession and warfare for them
If we cannot intercede
And for our own brother, pray
Why should an unsaved person?
Ever desire to pass our way
If we kill our own family
Then why would others with us want to be a part?
How could they make themselves vulnerable?
And share with us their heart?
Love does no ill
Least that is what my Bible does say
So when we judge and condemn our brother
We are walking in the enemyís ways
Godís love covers
A multitude of sin
So when our love is Godís
We will only be an encouragement
With Godís love
We will take our brother to the throne
And seek to find Godís answer
So his faults can be atoned
I wonder does anyone really care
That God alone can change someone
Why does man seem to want to play God?
When their own lives that canít even run.
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