“For one believeth that he may eat all things: another, who is weak, eateth herbs. Let not him that eateth despise him that eateth not; and let not him which eateth not judge him that eateth: for God hath received him.” (Romans 14: 2-3)
We can each trust our individual leadings, and leave others to theirs. We can pray for the world’s understanding, freedom from fear, and release from unnecessary conditions on their lives. But, we can do it all without judgment, without self-righteousness, and without derision of another’s choices.
God loves each of us unconditionally. God is attending to each of us, guiding us to a unique and right awareness of Him, of good, and protecting us even when we may not be aware of His Word and His arms around us. One may choose wisely in his lifestyle or he may seem to choose contrary to what we might believe to be the right. But we must not judge another. We do not know their hearts and their angels—what guides them and why.
This does not mean we leave people to dangerous or destructive behavior. It does not mean we ignore those who may need some help and instruction, healing and guidance. But, let us be careful that we are listening to God, Love, in what we do. Love respects, listens, honors, is not stubborn or degrading. It does not mock or presume or push.
We can trust each one to his own inspiration—whether it be what he eats or wears or what music he listens to or what choices he makes for healthcare. We are equal to God, and equally loved by Him. We can consciously pray to know and trust and rest in the fact that none are left without the Truth, for that Truth is in our hearts. We can always feel it, hear it, follow it, individually—uniquely, rightly, safely–and always still in harmony with all!
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