These are just thoughts, I am not going to edit them or polish them but they have been in my head a while and I want to put them down somewhere.
I have a question...
Where did the gospel of right come from?
Not righteous but rightness.
Too many times I see or hear division because people are asserting their rightness.
If you encounter a blind man in the street walking into things, you reach out to help him... you walk beside him. If you enquired as to his blindness and he claimed he was not you wouldn't push the issue because what is the point, if a man walking into things who can't see doesn't want to admit he is blind no words from your mouth will convince him otherwise.
But put this in a spiritual context and people spend a lot of time telling folk how blind they are. My only conclusion is that the only way to assure you own rightness is to convince everyone of their wrongness...and people are scared of wrongness because it brings punishment.....but what if the outcome isn't as important as the process what if being right is not as important as being righteous.
What if when you encounter a Mormon and he declares that he has the most up to date revelation from God, you get excited for him and said I am so glad you have that revelation but I haven't been given it, let's pray together that God will open our eyes, what if you did that with Islam? What if you had the confidence in your own belief to say I am open that I may be wrong about the doctrine I hang on to but let's go before God with prayer and fasting until he shows us who he is in this?
What if we chose love and relationship ahead of right?
What if we gave up our right to be right?