JESUS didn't just pick anyone who wanted to follow HIM and that's one way to affirm that HE had a concept and plan HE was working by (Mark 5: 18 - 20). In addition to that final point, I believe we follow JESUS by preaching to others about JESUS.
However, for the Christian who refuses to live in the constraint of mercy – not just to themselves, their neighbours or to the standard of GOD found in HIS Promises – there would be no mercy at judgement.
For the bonds, all the components must be present and if one is missing, the bond tends to tilt towards travesty. When I think of this, I think of the law, too.
It is an error for the Christian to be in support of that or those who are not in support of the work of GOD in humanity which is predominantly to reinstate the value of creation into the composition of humanity – by faith.
For the Christian, we have received grace which is power and strength to abide in the tenets of GOD's framework for humanity so that we do not partake in the influence of sin, anymore. The relevance of this is this…
The Chair, permit me to state that all those who go by the name, Christian, are always to be held accountable to it. Our Act is to live like CHRIST and be like CHRIST such that when the world forgets CHRIST but sees us, they would remember.
The love of GOD is presented as the law to all humanity.
There is no peace without war. Salvation is war. There is no victory without war, redemption is war. There is no course without war – sometimes, the course is the war and the war is the cause of itself. Hope is war. There is no fulfilment without war. Belief is war. There is no completion without war. Faith is war; there is a war of faith for faith.
“The only bad portions of a good law are based on the wrong perspectives of interpretation both to mislead and to orchestrate the desire to rebel against the good of the law”.