Okay. Yesterday I quoted Apostle Paul’s description of the outward signs of love. In that description, he wrote:
Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. 1 Corinthians 13:7
I ended the post with my advice to Bobby, and probably everyone else, to flee unkindness. How can I say that when Apostle Paul makes it clear that love is supreme and demonstrating love means never having to say your sorry. Oops. Got a song stuck in my head. No, he said love endures all things. That could mean that love endures unkindness. So even though unkindness is wrong, and a sin, we are obligated to endure it in someone. Really? There’s got to be a caveat in there somewhere. After all, unkindness is a sin. Unkindness is just plain wrong. Unkindness is murder—soul murder.
Seems to me, that a person that puts up with another person’s sin, is contributing to it. And that means enduring a sin is a sin.
What do you think?
Lord Bless, Keep, Shine. . .