We should be striving to make our lives look like this: where people can look at what we do and say, and think: “They live their life as if everything is about God” – because in the end, it’s not about us, it’s about Him.
Have you ever had that drive to do better, try harder, do more, be better? Who am I kidding – if you’re human (and you’re reading this, so you’re human), you’ve felt that at least once in your life: “I’m not good enough. I have to try harder, or
We are not perfect beings. Far from it! (Phil 3:12-15, Ecc 7:20, for a few examples) The work we do is not perfect – it can’t be – because there is only one perfect being – God (et. al.). We humans strive to reach perfection; in some of us, even, perfectionism is such a huge issue that’s it’s crippling. When things don’t go right, our endeavors don’t perform, or events continuously deviate from our intended path, the sense of abject failure may create a desire to just… freeze, so we don’t fail anymore.
How can man and woman be so different, and yet, both embody the image of God? Today we finish up this two part article.
How can man and woman be so different, and yet, both embody the image of God?
Are you listening? No, I mean, REALLY listening? Is your heart open to the truth that God speaks to you?
You know how life just gets so crazy, and you– what about that time when you… oh, hey, don’t forget to take care of that… Life… is… distracting.
Does any but God possess the right of condemnation? Who are we to judge others? Condemnation of the sin of unbelievers by believers is not evangelism, it’s damaging, hateful, and drives people away.
Who would you rather be around? Someone who is always going on about themselves, or someone who demonstrates humility?