Can we ever love enough? I see a man standing at the door; he looks like he is ok; a beautiful wife, lovely kids, a nice car and a good eight to five job. He smile, but his smile is empty; is forceful, it is not natural. He looks, but he can’t see anything; he stares at nothing. Day after day he wakes up and follows his routine. He is at the church, sits on the back; he never says enough, never speaks about his life, never shares his insight. We were around him, but did not see him; could not see his pain, could not see that in the mix of such blessings this man was hopeless; the enemy darkened his thoughts and finally got him! The enemy convinced him that it was not worth it to stay. Can we ever love enough? He was among us, but we did not know, now he is gone, too late to ask, too late to care!
People of God, we must get personal, for we are in trouble; yes I know, we are busy, I find myself busy to; the kids, the job, the groceries, the bills, the church, the games, the rehearsal and so on. But people are dying and going to hell, people are hopeless all around us! We have the only message of hope, we have the only message of power, we have the only message of salvation, and we have the only message of transformation. Can we ever love enough? Are we willing to give our lives; our thing, what we enjoy and stop to tell that man, to tell that woman, to tell that kid: “Jesus loves you, you are not an accident, Jesus has a plan and a purpose for your life, I care about you, if you ever need someone to talk to, I am here for you?”