I often feel things too intently. Things bother me that most would not understand. I read the news associated with each terrorist attack---Orlando, Turkey, Bangladesh (for example)---and I seek out profiles of the victims. They had families, lives, future dreams.........They were people....part of humanity....part of the "Love your neighbor as yourself" that Jesus commanded. Jesus commanded...."Love.your.neighbor.as.yourself." He didn't mean literal neighbor; He meant humanity. We are all in this world, in this life, together.
The vast majority of terrorist victims outside the US are Muslims. That is lost on so-called Christians, or perhaps it isn't. Maybe their response is, "Good for them. That's what they get for being Muslims." I am always at a loss when I see Muslim-hating posts on Facebook by avowed Christians, particularly when it is someone I know very well. How can people who claim to be a follower of Jesus spew such hatred? Was that what Jesus taught? The more I see these postings, the more I wonder what He thinks, up there in heaven looking down at His creation.
The Bible tells us many will claim to know Him, but in the end His response for many will be, "Depart from me; I never knew you."
If you claim Christianity, what will His response be to you?