Don’t be “one of those Christians” and bash folks who don’t have your beliefs. I love God. He’s my best friend, my mentor, my confidant, my keeper, my daddy. He isn’t yours? Cool. You’re missing out on an unconditional love but you’re still a human being with thoughts and feelings.
We, as this 2018 society, have this idea that if it’s not how we live, it must be wrong. This isn’t so. There are so many ways to skin a cat (why is this even a saying, gag). In my daily life, I have Christian friends. I have friends that don’t believe in anything. I have friends that believe in themselves above everything else. Within all of those categories, everyone believes differently. You can even read the Bible and see differently than someone else. I believe God knows what he is doing. I believe that God put me on this earth to be his hands and feet and that it isn’t my responsibility to make people believe in God. It’s my responsibility to show everyone love. If someone I run into doesn’t believe in God, they may just believe in what MY love for God “looks like”. They will see the goodness in what I (mostly) do. So instead of bashing you for what isn’t even my business, I will just love ya. Deal?
22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.