Yulians vs Christianity

Yulians vs Christianity

Instead of accepting our mistakes and errors,we enthrone them as the right. There is a difference between making mistake and saying, “I am sorry,” then move on, and making mistake and becoming proud of your mistake and stay in it.

If you are a Christian, be a Christian and not when you make a mistake, you cease to be a Christian. It is the ability to accept one’s error; humility that also characterises Christianity. This is followed by forgiveness.

Yes, O Christian soul, was it not because of this that your master Jesus told the story of the prodigal son. When the prodigal son humbly accepted his error, he was accepted back to his original state; he was forgiven.

Moreover, Jesus did not stone the woman caught in adultery but He said to her, “go and sin no more.” “…sin no more” means that adultery is sinful and erroneous. “Go” means that she has the opportunity to amend her ways and since she accepted her error, she was forgiven.

Many of Christians today are “convenient Christians;” they are Christians only when it is convenient, no humility and thus they don’t give any room for forgiveness.

This model is contradictory to everything that Jesus thought. At its apex, Jesus summed them up in LOVE.

In Christian marriage, mistakes are also bound to happen but love conquers all things, even the mistakes.

Only love can make one accept in humility his or her mistakes and not be proud about it. If you love your wife/husband, love would make you to accept your mistakes as mistakes.

Enthroning your mistakes as the status quo questions your love from the beginning.

The ACT from whence comes the child in this circumstance is an error and sinful but not the child.

If you are a Christian, be a Christian. Otherwise, you are a hypocrite, no matter who is concerned, I not excluded.

The word hypocrite ultimately came into English from the Greek word hypokrites, which means “an actor” or “a stage player.”

Either we are Christians or stage players. Choose one.

Fr. Henrycharles Umelechi

Truth Series.

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