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Wednesday, November 09, 2005

See Them As Jesus Did

Given November 8, 2005
This morning, I heard a news report about a "shock jock" TV and radio host who is particularily vulgar on air and in his life and makes $96,000 a day! As I was ironing my shirt, I said, "God, why do you let this guy live? Why don't you just take him out?" Immediately, my mind went to Zacchaeus' house and I said, "Well, if you were here, you'd go to his house for lunch, wouldn't you?"

Jesus sees people differently than we do. He loves them just like He loves us. We need to do the same. We need to pray for these people.

I immediately repented and thought what a witness it would be if this "shock jock" got saved! It could happen; look what happened to Saul of Tarsus. Think about it.

1 Comments:

At 9:03 PM, Blogger Ann said...

Bill, you post made me think about how many people I have written off as hopeless over the years. I guess the more strongly I believe that someone is beyond saving (especially someone like H.S.), the more I should pray for that person. After all, I was beyond hope once myself and Christ saved me!

 

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