For several weeks we have been talking about the task of leading the most unlikely. We know who it is and we know the biblical teaching that supports the need.
However, the reality of taking action is difficult.
We will become vulnerable emotionally, mentally, and physically.
We will expose ourselves for who we really are at the core of our being.
We must develop a compassion for the pain of others and a greater desire to get involved to help.
We would also be well served to understand that those who need to change the most are the most likely to change. Yet, we see them as the most unlikely to change and thus we do not consider leading them to Christ.
The difficulty of these matters is learning to be genuine in our care for leading the most unlikely. We must learn how to love unconditionally.
Loving unconditionally means that no matter what someone has done, what they believe, or how they treat us, we still love them.
Unconditional is what leads others to the Savior! When we demonstrate it, we are leading the most unlikely.