I was having a good chat with few friends over dinner about religion and faith, and one of them said; “I hate it when you stop seeing someone you know for a while and then when you see them again they have become all religious. But it is not the fact of becoming religious that I hate, it is the way in which they try to push their new faith up my nose”
For more apologetic I wanted to be, it is true, some of us Christians become judgemental by pointing out all the wrong doings in others when showing our faith, or, too much excitement that leave a taste like the one left after having too much sweat. To this Paul writes; “Yes, each of us will give a personal account to God. So let’s stop condemning each other. Decide instead to live in such a way that you will not cause anther believer to stumble and fall” Rom 14:12-13. Let’s live lives that produce curiosity for other to know more about God, rather than to putting people off God with a judgemental attitude or an overwhelming and an-control excitement.