I remember before that I am having feelings about me bothering other people and making them feel uncomfortable when it comes to evangelism. I was rebuked when I came to realize the reality of God’s judgment. If someone I love is going to be hit by a truck, I don’t think about them being uncomfortable or bothered. I ought to tackle them. I need to make sure I get them out of the way.
When I get a chance to have a spiritual conversation, or sharing the gospel, I trust in God’s provision and sovereignty, that He is at work. That whatever we talked about, God will use it somehow in the grand scheme of His plans. I don’t force something or share as if everything depended on me. I only do what I believe is my part on a certain scenario.
Regarding acceptance of other people, it took time for me before I learned to treat people who disagree as people with intrinsic worth. I remember a period that I really feel super superior compared with people who do not believe. I praise God that He changed me, and I am able to learn to accept the other person and also not feel superior towards them.
I do still have a mood of disapproval on how people think and live. Regarding annoyance who don’t see the evidence, I guess I don’t feel this more towards another person who do not believe. I remember some people I see who insist on self-contradictory beliefs, and instead of being annoyed, I feel like they became some sort of person who humor me in some way. Currently, I feel this annoyance more with some fellow Christians who don’t agree with me on a non-essential issue.