Most times we value people with what they wear, the type of car they drive, the type of house they live in, his or her level of education, his or her family background etc. That is very good but I think that the greatness of a man is what is in the inside of the man, what comes out of him. We should be careful how we value
people so that we cannot miss the blessing of God.
A man went to go and see a great man of God which he has never met before physically. This is a true life story

which was said by the man of God himself.

When he got there, he met a man and told him that he was looking for the man of God and the man asked him what he wanted and he told the man th

at he has a problem and he want to see the man of God. Since the man could not take his hand to go and see the man of God he left the man and went to another person to ask him for the man of God and surprisingly the man told him that he was the man he just passed and he went back to go and apologised to the man of God. He thought he was going to see somebody quite different from the man may be heavily dressed.         Remember that Naaman nearly missed his healing because of the way he saw Elisha and the simple thing he  told him to do if not the house girl that was with him he would have missed his opportunity. When Jesus Christ came, He lived a simple life and we are His followers.   I am not saying that it is wrong to dress well but rather there are people that are not used to such and that we should not value people with how they are or how we see them.

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About osarobohenry

Born again christian, father, husband, brother, friend who love learning and reading more about the goodness, mercy, peace, love, faithfulness and protection of God. A peace lover. I fellowship with Cuerpo de Cristo church, Tudela branch, Navarra - Spain.

2 responses »

  1. sedge808 says:

    Yes. We all have value….just because we exist.
    G.

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