Loyalty

This is an email that I receive from Dr Robb Thompson:

Loyalty Was Birthed To Uphold Another Man’s Righteousness, Never To Keep Secret Their Sin.

“He who rebukes a man will find more favor afterward than he who flatters with the tongue.” Proverbs 28:23 (NKJV)

Many people become masters at avoiding or distorting the truth, because they refuse to confront others over their sin. It seems as though many Christians play a game with each other. We’ve all heard the phrase “there is ‘honor’ among thieves.” Well, there’s that “false honor” among Christians, as well. It’s an unspoken understanding that says, “We’re not going to discuss the real issues. And as long as all of us do not discuss the real issues, the real issues don’t exist.”

But that definitely is not true. Those issues do exist. Many times we fool ourselves and call it walking in love, not realizing we consent to another’s spiritual death. So don’t overlook someone else’s sin in the name of loyalty. Confront their sin and help them walk free from the chains that bind them.

So guys now you and I get the picture about loyalty. Is not an easy word to do it, in our modern day. In my nation Indonesia, so many in every level of our society, we have wrong mindset about loyalty. The world say about loyalty means silent and just obey. And I believe that it’s time for us to say “no more silent”.

Let’s make confession:

Father, I thank You that I am willing to rebuke a man and so find more favor afterward. I refuse to flatter with my tongue. And for our nation we stand and decree “No more silent”, we shout righteousness over our nation in Jesus name

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