Justifying Our Foolishness In God’s Presence

June 10, 2022 / Oladunjoye Olakunle Olaiya / Saints & Sinners / 1 Comment »

I have heard it countless times without numbers. People say the heart is one faith in God. Most people who claim this are those who find solace or delight in what CCC doctrines forbid.

CCC doctrines forbid smoking, but you find solace in smoking cigarettes, and you still have the heart on faith with God. You are really deceiving yourself.

The silly excuses Christians do give are

1) I have also heard where someone said we are sinners not by our dressing or what we consume or by our tinted hair.

2) Don’t look at my dress because my heart is clean and holiness is from the inside and not outward appearance.

3) Don’t judge me with my outward appearance.

All these excuses need to be done away with immediate effect. As a Christian or as a child of God, we need to project a good image so that outsiders or people from other beliefs can see our lives and, with that, give their lives to Christ. We should not project an image that makes them doubt our beliefs.

How would you tint your hair when you are officiating as a choir master and still giving silly excuses to justify your foolish act in God’s presence? What is worth doing at all is worth doing well? No wonder the Bible says my people perish for lack of knowledge.

How would you feel if a president of a country tipped his hair with crazy jeans to give a speech? Does the president portray a good image of the country he represents? The same is true in Christendom because we are Christ’s flag bearers wherever we go.

Let’s try to stop all these silly excuses and let’s emulate Christ in all our dealings. The word is enough for the wise!

Alleluia

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One response to “Justifying Our Foolishness In God’s Presence”

  1. Zealuks4Christ says:

    I don’t know why people try to justify their madness even when they can’t dress this way in their professions. Abi doctor or lawyer go dress anyhow ni? So, why do we expect God to accept less.

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