Admonished for his lack of familiarity with twentieth-century science, Sundar Singh said, “What is science?” “Natural selection and survival of the fittest,” he was told. “Ah,” Sundar Singh replied, “but I am more interested in divine selection and the survival of the unfit.
Have you ever noticed that the world viciously attacks and slanders those who appear to be ‘too happy and too loving’, suspecting that their happiness and loving actions are all an act? And yet, the world either leaves the “terminally negative” people much to their own devices or, worse yet, it idolizes such negativity and labels it a savvy, wise, and discerning.
Unfortunately, this worldly culture has infiltrated many churches and some ministries have even built their platform around labeling the happy ones as heretics.