Go Ahead and Tell People the Truth

by admin ~ February 15th, 2014. Filed under: Brandenburg.

Sometimes life seems to have contradictions. It doesn’t actually, because there is one God and everything has symmetry with Him. This is what I’m talking about. You tell people what they need to hear. People complain that it was too harsh and you did more damage than good, and actually were the force to turn them off to the truth. So now you are supposedly the one that caused the problem. On the other hand, if they had gone ahead and done it wrong, and you said nothing, then you think, “I should have said something.” When you say nothing, of course, you don’t get to see or hear the alternative. Sometimes you might think you shouldn’t say something because you yourself are not sinlessly perfect. They’ll just say, “You do it too.” That might disqualify everyone on planet earth, so no one can say anything, except Jesus for His limited time. When He was here, He wasn’t popular for saying the truth either, and He was charged with being a trouble maker. What I’ve read is that those who take scripture really seriously, to do everything, turn off people, make them head the other direction. All of these contradict, so what’s the truth in it? You tell people the truth. Sure, pray, make sure you’re settled with God. Make sure things are right with other people, and then go ahead and tell people the truth. It’s always right, even if people don’t like it.

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