“Teacher,” said an expert in religious law, “you have insulted us, too, in what you just said.”

Luke 11:45 NLT


Many may feel that we insult them when we dare to confront them with the sin, but we cannot apologize for it, because being committed with the truth impel us does not ignore the sin; of course, we must attack the sin and not the sinner, and do it with a restorer and merciful spirit, not as judges trying to the condemnation and punishment; is good to remember that none of us is free to cast the first stone.

© David García Licona – July 2014 


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