Someone shared this sad and hilariously wonderful video on Facebook:
Although, he does have some logical points…
1) You can’t be free if you judge people.
Jesus talked about loving others instead of self-righteousness. See “I require mercy and not sacrifice” Matthew 9:13, Matthew 23, “The good Samaritan” Luke 10:25-37, John 7:24, and John 8:36.
Basically, if you are judging someone else, that is an issue of pride and superiority (both of which are not loving your neighbor the way God intends), and we are given freedom in Christ to choose to love God and others.
2) Love now, create, and inspire.
“Encourage one another, and build each other up” 1 Thessalonians 5:11 also Ephesians 4:29; and “As iron sharpens iron, a friend sharpens a friend” Proverbs 27:17, Hebrews 3:13
3) You’re always doing what’s in your heart. You can’t get away from your heart.
“For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also” Luke 12:34 also Mark 7:20-23 and “For out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks.” Luke 6:45, Romans 3:23.
Our hearts (the inner man, where our thoughts and desires reside) are naturally broken by sin in ourselves and of this world. Everything we say and do comes out of our “hearts” (as the Bible says), and those things are determined by where our hearts are aligned (with God or without Him).
4) Life is a mirror of confusion.
“You are not of this world” John 15:19 & Romans 12:2; “For now we see through a mirror, dimly” 1 Corinthians 13:12; also “I don’t really understand myself, for I want to do what is right, but I don’t do it. Instead, I do what I hate.” Romans 7:15; Revelation 21:5, Isaiah 64:17 & 66:22.
Life is confusing sometimes. Sometimes we do things that we hate or don’t do things that we want to do. Again, this is because of sin in our lives (everyone has it) that contradicts what we are supposed to be doing (living our lives for the Lord). Luckily, this life is like a dim reflection in a mirror, it may be broken by sin, but God is light-source shining upon that mirror. He can and will (in the future) fix both ourselves and this world restoring upon it to the original glory that He made.
5) Love now. Love everyone
“Love your neighbor as yourself” Mark 12:30-31, Romans 13:10, Galatians 5:14
Sometimes the most profound phrase can be the simplest one. Love now, Love everyone. Friends, we have but a limited time here on earth. We are not guaranteed tomorrow or even the rest of today. Live for Jesus today, while you can still call it “today”. Hebrews 3:13
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