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Religion and Theology
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The ministry path I am involved in now is basically helping people, especially the underprivileged and underserved populations which have traditionally been overlooked—people from all different nationalities, races, and ethnicities, with a wide variety of socioeconomic statuses…
As for what I do right now, I do feel that I am called to help the poor. That is my job. In my ministry, everyone is equal, for God “looketh on the heart.” God looks upon what is on the inside—not upon that which is on the outside. Thus, it is important that we realize that God judges differently than humans judge, humans who look upon outward appearances many times—forgetting that there is a person underneath the flesh and bones. People are not just flesh and bone, but we are also mind and spirit. The whole mind-body-spirit connection must be made. People who minister only to one part of the body will not see the complete picture. If someone is hungry, he is not going to want to listen to spiritual platitudes about how one should feed the hungry. That makes no sense. Therefore, my style of ministry oozes with common-sense, on-the-ground approaches that will help people be ministered to on all levels, not just one single level. This is important to recognize because, so many people stress the spiritual level. So many people push about being spiritual. Jesus, however, taught us not to be spiritual, but to have a common-sense approach. If I see a hungry man or woman, I am going to feed that person. If I see someone who needs water, I will give that person a glass of water. I’m not going to come up to them and shove a Bible tract in their face and say, “Are you ‘born again’?” ...
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