POLICE KINDS OF PEOPLE

Police suppose to be our friend but today revise is the case. Police is a force empowered by a state, with the aim to enforce the law and to protect. When there’s danger, most people run in the opposite direction. Some, however, run to help. Those brave individuals who protect and serve on a daily basis are known as law enforcement or police officers. But today police are only looking for peoples (fault) who break the law mistakenly or not mistakenly to make sure that they face the charges. They can accuse, intimidate, fine or give them punishment.

There are many people in this world today who are not police but they chose to live a police kind of life. They are delighted in people misfortune and chose the duty of monitoring people who are busy in their assignment to find their mistakes and they never live exemplary life to portray their claim or to be the innovator or inventor of solutions, only monitoring others who are busy working hard to pinpoint their fault, castigating what they cannot do better than.

The people I am talking about is everywhere, in a place of work, in the family, in the school, among friends and especially in Christendom and it has become their lifestyle to an extent when they come to the Christian fellowship they can’t be serious in prayer or listening to the word of God to know what God will review to them through his word, but busy fishing out leaders or preachers mistake to criticize, to degrade, manipulate, mock, to bring people down and to punish people emotionally and otherwise.

The emotion of pleasure in others’ misfortune is generally regarded as morally evil. It is often considered to be less acceptable than envy which is regarded as a deadly sin. It would appear to be morally more perverse to be pleased with another person’s misfortune than to be displeased with another person’s good fortune. Indeed to feel envy is human, but to enjoy other people’s misfortune is diabolical. And the major reason for being pleased with the misfortune of another person is that this person’s misfortune may somehow benefit us; it may, for example, emphasize our superiority.

What spirit is leading you? The evil spirit? The spirit of self? OR The spirit of God? The question is to answer to yourself…….. but God is not police who is looking for people’s mistakes to give them punishment and we are Gods children.

Christlike communications are expressions of affection and not anger, truth and not fabrication, compassion and not contention, respect and not ridicule, counsel and not criticism, correction and not condemnation. They are spoken with clarity and not with confusion. They may be tender or they may be tough, but they must always be tempered, don’t be engross with religion but reject the power that make you godly… Don’t be working for God without God. Repentance is a command (Acts 17:30)

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23 comments

  1. I love the question you pose here….. What spirit is leading you? The evil spirit? The spirit of self? OR the spirit of God? Scripture covers all these spirits and unfortunately there are way too many choosing the wrong one (Proverbs 1:10-19). We don’t have to look far to see who is choosing God and who isn’t for we will know them by their fruit. Very good article. God Bless and Keep you Always.
    Julia

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  2. Good focusses on our strengths to keep us moving in the right direction. Acknowledgeme mistakes, learn from them, but do not reside in the pain they can cause. To err us human, but so is learning to be better. We can only do this with the help of infinite God.

    Peace to you my friend. Thank you for more words of wisdom.

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