Monday, August 25, 2008

Holier-than-thou attitudes

I was browsing when I stumbled upon this post that somewhat reflects my current personal conviction. I just have to thank Bets of California,USA for writing that post and putting all my feelings into words.

My say is that you don't always have to be in hard-core mode just to show and prove to everyone that you’re religious/a true Christian. In your own little ways and in your everyday life, you can always make a difference by doing one act of random kindness that genuinely comes from the heart. What good is all your Bible/doctrine knowledge when you don't even know how to apply them practically? When all the time you're convincing someone to believe, and when you're sharing or ministering your faith, you're only doing a 'lip service'! I think it’s completely hypocritical! Verily, when the Day of Judgment comes, we will not be asked what we have read, but what we have done.

I still go to church and hear mass unlike Bets. I think I’m finally back home but I still yearn for this communal spiritual experience on my way to spiritual maturity. What we have in common is this take on our previous ministries. You know all those holier-than-thou attitudes.

Anyways, if you'd like to read the said post, just click here.


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