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Stop Accusing

Updated: May 2

Instead of helping her, they hurt her, and instead of finding out the truth, they accused her!


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There was a young lady who was having a tough time dealing with her family's structure falling apart and she never told anyone about it.


There would be moments when she would breakdown due to the pressure of what she was going through and instead of her team trying to find out what was wrong, they accused her of not doing her job.

If her team would have been kind toward her instead of assuming, they would have notice that she was struggling with issues at home. Instead they accused her of not performing well. Their response to her situation made things worse.


They gossip about her amongst themselves and with others, and this exposed the conflict within the group and it created divisions amongst themselves and outsiders.


Cliques were formed and more gossip started to spread, as well as name-calling, and rumors. People went as far as to start making fun of the young lady—ruining her reputation.

Rather than hurting the young lady the team should have been concerned and tried to understand what was happening with her. In turn, they could've helped and supported her which would have produced a different outcome.

It wasn’t that the young lady wasn’t doing her job well, she was just having a bad moment and they turn it into something that it wasn’t.


As Christians, we are expected to handle situations in the same way God would. He consoles us when we are at our lowest, helps us when we are hurting, supports us when we're struggling, and comforts us when we're in pain.


It's Satan's character to accuse, and he loves encouraging us to do the same because he knows the damage it creates ( John 10:10 ).

"And I heard a great voice in heaven, saying, now is come the salvation, and the power, and the kingdom of our God, and the authority of his Christ: for the accuser of our brethren [ believers of Jesus Christ ] is cast down, who accuses them before our God day and night"

Revelation 12:10 (NIV).

Constantly Satan goes before God to accuse us of something we did wrong, continually bringing to attention our wrongdoings. And when you do this yourself, you are acting just like him.

When you accuse, you are criticizing and finding fault in someone. But, as a family in Christ, we should not be accusing each other but instead mimic what Jesus did and does, becoming each other's advocate.


Being an advocate doesn't mean you approve of the wrongs that a person does, it means you help them to become better. Then use their failings as a warning and guide for self-examination (Galatians 6:1).


"Brothers and sisters, if someone is caught in a sin, you who live by the Spirit should restore that person gently. But watch yourselves, or you also may be tempted."

Galatians 6:1 (NIV).

Satan moves around restlessly looking for someone to destroy, and some of the many ways he does this is by accusing, criticizing, and finding faults in us. Many do not understand that it's the adversary who is the accuser of God's people.

God has set up a throne in Heaven, the place where he reigns, judges, and rules and where his verdict is proclaim making God the supreme judge. Evidence is brought before him, and a holy verdict is made. It's a court of justice that God oversees, dealing with lawbreaking, offence, lawlessness, wickedness, sinful cases.

It is here where angels present themselves before God and where Satan and his cohort take what you say and do, brings it as evidence to God, so he can have a legal right to assault you. It's the door opening that Satan looks for to hurt you.

Job 1:6 says, “One day the angel came to present themselves before the Lord, and Satan also came with them. The Lord said to Satan, “Where have you come from?” Satan answered the Lord, “From roaming throughout the earth, going back and forth on it.” Then in Luke 22:31 Jesus told Peter, “Simon, Simon, catch this, Satan has desired to have you, that he may sift you as wheat."

Satan is a troublemaker. He habitually causes difficulty or problems, specifically by inciting others to act on his behalf. He looks for trouble and tries to find something on us so he can present it before God, who is the judge, because he knows God’s foundation and very essence is righteousness and justice ( Psalm 89:14 ).


If you were to go and watch a court of law, you would get an understanding of what is happening in heaven concerning your life.


"And the Lord’s servant must not be quarrelsome but must be kind to everyone, able to teach, not resentful. Opponents must be gently instructed, in the hope that God will grant them repentance leading them to a knowledge of the truth"

2 Timothy 2:24-25 (NIV).

We should be handling people and situations differently than how it is done in the world. If someone messes up, the world judges, criticizes, ostracizes, condemns, bashes, and defames the person. But we are called to a higher standard where we search to understand and help the individual.


You can help by encouraging, being an example, and praying (interceding). This is an effective method and a more excellent way to live.


"The woman made me do it" ( Genesis 3:12,17 ). In Genesis, we read how Adam accused Eve of giving him the forbidden fruit that made him disobey God. However, instead of owning up and taking responsibility for his decision, Adam did what Satan does and accused Eve instead.


Let us strive to be different than Satan and his demons and not behave the same way they do. But instead strive to be just like Christ and act in the same way he does which is being merciful, forgiving, and helpful.


If you've found this blog valuable, please remember to share it on social media below. Sharing is a free way to share the Gospel and to let everyone know that we are called to a higher standard of living, and we should treat each other with love.


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When you accept Jesus Christ as your Savior, His spirit will come to live inside you. This is one of the greatest blessings of salvation. You don't have to go through someone else to get to God, and He will live in your heart where you and Him become one and have a relationship.


All you have to do is make the choice of salvation by repenting of your sins and accepting Jesus into your life by confessing that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that He came from Heaven to die for your sins (Romans 10:9).


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