You don’t embrace a drowning person

A rescue swimmer doesn’t embrace a drowning person. If you do that, the victim is likely to pull you under with him. Instead, a rescue swimmer tries to approach the drowning person from behind and gently propel him toward shore.

There are lessons for believers in there: about disciplemaking, about our relationships with broken people, and about the danger of embracing people who are drowning in a wicked culture.


About Mark Kelly

Jesus follower, Bible reader, husband/father/son/brother/uncle, rider, hiker, snapshooter
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