This Sunday we are continuing with part 3 of our series Christianity Uncensored by looking at Love Uncensored. A great temptation that James speaks to in chapter 2 is how we treat people. He says that when people come in and they’re looking good that we want to bring them up and put them on the front row. We treat them better. But then the poor guy is told, “You just sit over there.” James is telling us that the church is different. In the church we treat people fairly.
That is the heart of God. Look at Leviticus 19.15: “Do not pervert justice. Do not show partiality to the poor or favoritism to the great.” Either way, whether they are poor or rich, treat people fairly. In fact, he says it this way, “But judge your neighbor fairly.” That’s not just about dress, or our income, it applies to race, it applies to gender – treat people fairly.
See you Sunday, Bible Classes at 9 am and worship assembly at 10 am.
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