I do not speak bible all the time. Sometimes I speak mean, sometimes I speak sarcasm, and sometimes I speak scatterbrain. On some days I do not display the fruit of the spirit; love, joy, peace, patience, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Sorry to disappoint you. You see I can keep it together for the hour I am in Sunday school and answer the questions right on occasion. It is the Monday through Saturday that is hard. So when I fall off that pedestal, that you have put me on, don’t come after me. I did not put myself there to begin with, you did. Go, nurse your wounds, and leave me alone.
This also applies to anyone who has a leadership role at your church. They are just human. Don’t hold them accountable for behavior that you yourself cannot control. And if by chance you don’t have a problem with the same stronghold they do, look deep at yourself because you do have one, I promise. Now when they fall off that pedestal that you have put them on; lick your wounds, get a grip and deal with it. Keep your mouth shut and go on.
If I have misled anyone about who I am, I apologize. It was not intentional. I am just a fellow Christian trying to make my way through this world the best way I know how, one day at a time.