This is what makes me sad. We have come a long way from those early days of the Church, hiding in catacombs, persecuted yet still fighting on. We have made progress some good and some bad, but some of the time that core message of “love one another” seems to have gone out the window. I think the day Christianity became the official faith of Rome was both a happy and a sad one. We lost something that day. Christianity is meant for everyone but it is also to give hope to the marginalized of society. When Christianity became society the lost and the broken started to miss out. I honestly don’t know what Jesus thinks of His church right now….but if I was to hazard a guess….I don’t think He is totally satisfied.
Alicia

This is what makes me sad. We have come a long way from those early days of the Church, hiding in¬†catacombs, persecuted yet still fighting on. We have made progress some good and some bad, but some of the time that core message of “love one another” seems to have gone out the window. I think the day Christianity became the official faith of Rome was both a happy and a sad one. We lost something that day. Christianity is meant for everyone but it is also to give hope to the marginalized of society. When Christianity¬†became¬†society the lost and the broken started to miss out. I honestly don’t know what Jesus thinks of His church right now….but if I was to hazard a guess….I don’t think He is totally satisfied.

Alicia

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