“We then that are strong ought to bear the infirmities of the weak, and not to please ourselves” (Romans 15:1).
You may wonder how with the world collapsing around them, Christians go to sleep at night. But they do. They have their comfortable jobs, salary, house, car, TV, and internet. They’re insulated against the cries of the needy. As a matter of fact, if the needy asked for help, they’d toss a few coins or dollars in sympathy (pay to get them off their hands), but they wouldn’t really help (take them in to live with them). They wouldn’t lift so much as a finger to fix the frayed infrastructure of a fallen life. Continue reading