Like King David, someone has sincerely asked of God, "Restore to me the joy of your salvation, and make me willing to obey you. Then I will teach your ways to rebels, and they will return to you."- Psalm 51:12-13. Unfortunately, saints hurt other saints, causing some "hurt saints" to sin by turning their backs on God-refusing to trust Him. We can't hurt people in the church and let them walk away with a "bad taste" in their mouths. We just can't lodge a dagger into their hearts and say, "Get over it-it came to make you stronger " We can't tell people to do right, and not even try to practice what we have preached. The time has come for all of God's saints to put the Word of God into practice. The time is critical for Christians to reach out to estranged, bruised, and injured Christians; and to zealously seek those who have not yet proclaimed Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. Some retort, "How dare we address the 'Church Hurt Christian' who has run to every other place, with the exception of God, seeking refuge " The Holy Spirit of God has spoken and said, "I want these restored back unto Me." Jeremiah 50:6 says, "My people have been lost sheep: Their shepherds have led them astray and turned them loose in the mountains. They have lost their way and cannot remember how to get back to the sheepfold." God says, "Go back to Jesus. He is the only way." Faith Christian enjoys sharing revelations from Christ. Inspired by the Holy Spirit, she writes boldly about Christian issues. She desires to encourage the saved and to enlighten the unsaved about salvation through Jesus Christ. Faith Christian is also the published author of, "While We Are Waiting."