Brethren, if a man be overtaken in a fault, ye which are spiritual, restore such an one in the spirit of meekness; considering thyself, lest thou also be tempted.
When we find someone in fault, how does the Word of God says we must reach out to that person? The Bible does not say to go and start bombarding scriptures or go judge an accuse, but go with a spirit of meekness. The Word of God tells us to go and pour unconditional love, in the midst of that we can restore a person in the kingdom of God.
There was a person who used to go and minister to people with soup in his flask. One day he saw a patient in the hospital who was a Sardarji, he went over and gave the man some soup and just spoke with him. They did not talk about Jesus, but they spoke about their family and they just kept talking on a daily basis. On the eleventh day of their talk the patient started to cry, because he wanted to know who this brother visiting him every day was. The patient’s own relatives used to come but he could not experience the same with them. This brother said he did it because his life was in a worse condition than the patient and he experienced Jesus. This was when the Gospel was preached, the patient accepted Christ and he shared it with his family and his wife also become a Christian.
Bear ye one another’s burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ.
If we say we are anointed and have the Holy Spirit, our heart condition would be to go out and bear the burdens of others, or to go and comfort others. Jesus Himself said, “come to Me all those who are heavy laden.” Every day we have opportunities to reach out to people, whether it be on the street or in the office, we come across people. The day we realise what we have is not ours but provided to us by God and when we use it in His kingdom and it will multiply so we can reach out to more people.