A Successful Nigerian couple invited the Pastor of their Church for dinner in their home in California, United States of America. After the Pastor left, the couple realized their cheque had disappeared. The man said to his wife; “I think the Pastor has stolen the $25,000.00 open bank check that I kept here on the table of which I had the intention to give to him”.
Angrily his wife exclaimed; “Hmmmm! All of them are just the same. If they are not fake, they are thieves. There is no need to invite him again, we shall from henceforth be attending another Church”.
Two Months Later, the woman met the Pastor on a certain street and was courageous enough to face him and said: “Good morning Pastor, you have surely realised that we no longer attend Church, this is because we’re angry with you. The day you ate in our house, there was a $25,000.00 open bank check on the table but unfortunately it disappeared while we we’re eating. You were the only Person who visited our house at that time”.
The Pastor said to her, “Yes, I took the cheque. I put it in your Bible to avoid spilling the sauce on it”.
The woman got so confused and asked the Pastor to forgive her. Back in her house, she took up the Bible and found the bank check which had been there for two months. This meant that for two months, she had not opened her bible. For two months, she and her husband falsely accused the innocent Pastor. For two months, the incident had tortured them unnecessarily.
How many times do we suspect and accuse other people without reasonable proof, evidence or testimony? How many times do you wrongly give someone a bad name? How many times do you misinterpret the actions of a brother or sister that means well for you?
If you think your brother has offended you… tell him….ask him…iron it out….do not harbour a grudge or hold a beef for nothing. This is what we sometimes do to others on a daily basis God help us.
Coutesy Ovibel.com ]
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