TD Jakes had an interesting quote saying “Christianity is one beggar telling another beggar where he found the bread.” Just in case no one told you-  being a Christian means that we have unconditional love (God) flowing from the top of our head to soul of our feet 1 John 4:7-10. People of God, we are all on a journey to have what God has for us. Let’s not let differences and offences keep us from loving our brother and sister in need.

Pastor Isaac preached last Sunday that there were 12 disciples, each person had a different past and personality. Representing a truth- You will not always be surrounded by people who think like you, love like you, or will treat a situation the way you would do; but if we come together as a body of Christ and choose to love instead of push, we have the ability to change the way life is experienced. Offence will come, but with the offence comes an opportunity for you to hear from God how you should love a person or situation. Love is a powerful tool God has given us… it’s time we go to God and learn how to use it. Peace

#SLiM @intimacychurch


2 thoughts on “Preacher not Police #truth #intimacychurch

  1. I know it is often said but your words ring true… if only more of the people in our world would abide by them this earth would be a very different place.


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