TRANSFORMERS

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She was walking down the street and noticed that something was following her. She had never seen something quite like what she saw in her makeup mirror. Could it be that transformers actually exist? Did the movies depict real creatures under the guise of being someone else imagination? Like dinosaur fossils sold at the museum for $10,000 claiming this fossil is some 70 million years old. She knew within her heart of hearts this simply could not be. What was it?

It was a Christian on Facebook. Someone she had known in real life that somehow appeared different. It looked as if the godly exterior that had been witnessed was a façade, covering the overtly obvious lifestyle of someone who professes just the opposite of a follower of Christ. She was amazed and even terrified by the horrific images she had witnessed on the page. Wondering, within, how can this be? She has transformed!

Wiping the tears from her eyes she quickly runs into her prayer closet. Seeking the Lord’s face on how or what she should say concerning what she saw. Is it proper to approach this person? Would this person be offended and shut down? What can I do? Who can I call? Ghostbusters have been out of business for a while and the teenage mutant ninja turtles cannot handle this issue. Already calling in the big guns she awaits the angel’s message.

The angel of the Lord appears and writes down this message. Be ready in season and out and always have a word of wisdom toward those without. Understand that my message for many will not be accepted and unfortunately many will perish. Let your light shine before men and they will glorify God. Love tells the truth even when it hurts, but understand and be careful not to cast your pearls before swine.

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7 responses to “TRANSFORMERS

  1. That’s something to think about. I’m directed towards Colossians as well where it says to “let your speech always be with grace, seasoned with salt…” When we do address “transformers” they need to know its out of our love for them.

    • Oh! The difficulty it can be coming across as loving. Most people have a warped sense of what love actually is. Jesus who was love was unsuccessful. They crucified him. I guess love is worth the risk.

  2. Difficult it would be but definitely worth it. All we can do is correct, make accountable and encourage with the love of Christ. What happens after that is in Gods hands!

  3. When it comes right down to it, it’s our heart attitude that will make the difference in talking to someone… Are we humble, gentle, meek…or are we self-righteous, confident, and arrogant? You should love through the giving of a flower first, before you take a swing with a bat…. Both are sometimes effective, but one hurts a lot less…

  4. For a long time I called my self a Christian and behaved like the opposite. We need to understand that we all develop at different rates. At times the best we can do is pray and leave it in the hands of God. Sometimes all we can do is be an example.

  5. Success is a process, not an event”,
    “Success is a journey, not a destination”,
    “Success means winning the war, not every battle”,

  6. you’ve got a great way of communicating with the reader, a great way of making me feel like what you have to say is just as important to me as it is to you. keep it up!

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