“No greater love can a man demonstrate than to tell a truth which may offend some but save the souls of others who have an ear to hear an eye to see, and the wisdom to get past their ego to do the right thing. Robert Rombough.
God‘s work places us in vulnerable positions, know there are those who will strike, feigning kinship to gain trust and will bring pain to the heart.
Whatever differs from the sound doctrine of the Scriptures, opens a door to divisions and offences. If truth be forsaken, unity and peace will not last long. Many call Christ, Master and Lord, who are far from serving him. But they serve their carnal, sensual, worldly interests. They corrupt the head by deceiving the heart; perverting the judgments by winding themselves into the affections.
We have great need to keep our hearts with all diligence. It has been the common policy of seducers to set upon those who are softened by convictions.
A pliable temper is good when under good guidance, otherwise it may be easily led astray. Be so wise as not to be deceived, yet so simple as not to be deceivers.
I pray for peace for these souls as they know not who it is they take from and whose it is they have taken it from. Have mercy, Lord, on those who would walk in such light.