What? No, health and wealth Gospel?
Just the straight goods….right from the Gospel.
Talk about being shit-faced. How many of us actually stop, talk and give money to homeless people, get to know them? Last time I met one I refused (coming out of Church, no less…how slick is that?), I felt really crappy so I resolved in my heart to be more accommodating the next time.
Many of us do support the poverty stricken, but it’s usually at arms length…where it’s safe. Getting down in the dirt and making it personal is risky.
It’s the Francis effect, I think.