If God is love, why do we use Him to justify hate?
Do we believe that God will love a person less because of his or her sin?
If so, are we ever able to regain His love or is it gone forever?
If He loves us despite our sins, why do we believe some sins are more lovable than others?
If we disappoint Him, will He forgive us?
Does He only forgive certain people?
If He forgives all, why can’t we emulate that?
Who decides on the line between what is forgivable or not?
Is it God or is it man?
What happens if we choose to love the person but hate the sin?
Is that stance more God-like?
If it is, why is there so much hatred for people?
Are we really trying to be like God? Like, for real, for real?
Or do we only want to be like Him in matters that fit within our worldly boxes and limited thinking?
How do we pick and choose who we’ll accept and love unconditionally?
If God were to come to your house tonight for dinner, what would He say about your rationale for the choices you make?
Will He still love you?
Will He see Himself in you?
Or would you be a stranger to Him?
Will He love you less if you are a stranger?
Or will He bestow to you the same level of love He bestows to all?
Is loving people really that hard if we are following a God-laid plan?
How would you feel if a loved one told you, “I only love parts of you?”
How would you feel if the way you loved others was the way God, in turned, loved you?
Would you still love the same?