Posted by: the warrioress | June 3, 2014

Don’t Tell Them Jesus Loves Them!

Don’t tell them Jesus loves them ’till your ready to love them too.

Oh suffering soul, crying out for love
In a world that seldom cares
See the hungry heart longing to be filled
Much more than our prayers
And a young girl sells herself on Seventh Avenue
And you hear her crying out for help,
“My God, what will we do?”

Don’t tell them Jesus loves them till you’re ready to love them too
Till your heart breaks from the sorrow and the pain they’re going through
With a life full of compassion may we do what we must do
Don’t tell them Jesus loves them till you’re ready to love them too

Oh, the desperate man
Are we reaching for the souls that are sinking down in sin?
Oh, cry for the child
We’ve lost our passion for the lost and there are billions left to win

And another forty thousand children starve to death today
Would we risk all we have to see what some of them say

Don’t tell them Jesus loves them till you’re ready to love them too
Till your heart breaks from the sorrow and the pain they’re going through
With a life full of compassion may we do what we must do
Don’t tell them Jesus loves them till you’re ready to love them too

Why have we waited so long to show them Jesus lives
To share salvation’s song
Why have our hearts become so proud that we fail to see
To love them is to love God

And a young girl sells herself on Seventh Avenue
And you hear her crying out for help,
“My God, what will we do?”

Don’t tell them Jesus loves them till you’re ready to love them too
Till your heart breaks from the sorrow and the pain they’re going through
With a life full of compassion may we do what we must do
Don’t tell them Jesus loves them till you’re ready to love them too

“Don’t Tell Them Jesus Loves Them” By Steve Camp

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  1. But Adrienne. These people are vile and unclean sinners. They don’t deserve any love because of their misdeeds. The only correct and righteous way to deal with them is to shun them and isolate them, following the Lord’s instructions that we separate ourselves from sinners and have nothing to do with them (except to witness and save—and only then for brief snippets lest they contaminate us and maybe want to be our friend—which we could never let them do). You see. It works like this. If we shun them and then isolate them, their personal sense of pain will increase. Their hunger and want will deepen even more. When it gets so great that they are passed out in a gutter with a blood alcohol content at the toxic level, they will see themselves faced with only two choices—Jesus or death. In that moment of extreme desperation on the very doorstep of death, they will become children of the living God and reform their ways. It is the pain and fear of death that will make them change. Therefore, we as “true” Christians most avoid this thing called “love” (What is that anyway?) and increase the suffering of street people to the greatest level possible. It is for their own good!!!

    Y’all come and join me here in East Tennessee—and just feel the vibes radiating from certain corners of the so-called “Christian Community.”


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