On many weekend days, whenever those gay girls met the same Christian street preacher at Brig House station, some of them always flapped their middle fingers because his protesting board having anti-gay-sex wordings. If the street preacher went with a love to tell those who are sinning against the very G-d who created each one of us, is such action not an active Love from G-d? Does he not know his such radical protesting would cause personal insults and hatred? Does he care not about his own dignity or self-wellness? Does he even like to be insulted by those whom his G-d loves? One core question of all is why he would do so or continue to do so if he knows about these or if he experiences all of these. As an insider, I would like to confess if it was not called and chosen by G-d, sustained by His Love and power, no person would or can do so. If his purpose of such protesting of the righteousness and justice of his G-d, he would not do so. If his heart was not filled by the Love of G-d, he would not be able to love those who hate him so badly. Surely, he must remember that when people curse, G-d blesses. when his good work was paid by evil response, his G-d knows. Yet, in the deep of his heart, when he sees those sinners continue to sin without fear of coming death and judgement, unspeakable sadness shadowed in his inmost soul. Yet, he judge not, depress not, as he knows well that every one must face the Almighty G-d one day for their own judgement. What he must strive to overcome is to allow His compassion and grace filling his heart and soul whenever he serves Him. For G-d does not call all sinners, nor He chooses all called. Many are called, but few are chosen. May those who are called be chosen. May those chosen ones be more faithful, pure, and holy. May the Lord remember those evil doers and continue to have His divine compassion over them. May His such Love be like the burning coals on their head one day. Amen forever.
A true Love does not remember others' wrong.