If Jesus, who sweat blood because of a future He couldn't control could still trust and walk in faith with God, then I can stress/freak out a little and yet still trust that everything will be okay. Believing in God doesn't mean that we lose our fear of the dark, it just means that we … Continue reading FAITH AND STRESS
Put the Cross before the crown Mercy before the sacrificing Humility before your pride Stillness before taking action Saving others is your mission Not your ego to be right But showing people Gods pure light Prayer before the fight Making what was wrong right Giving who was once blind sight Only then will we take … Continue reading The Cross Before the Crown
If you want to change minds you must first transform hearts. The brain has always been a bit slow to what the heart knows.
As a Christian I know I'm not perfect, Nor shall I ever be. I am trying however; striving to be better, And not better than anyone else, Just better than me.
There's a difference between being right and being wise. The first by itself is desolate, no one to listen or care. The second has acquired an audience because wisdom is attained not from being right but by listening, only then will people care about what you have to say. Shouldn't the main point of being … Continue reading Is it Wise to be Right?
When life seems to throw many different, yet similarly difficult obstacles in your path, and you believe perhaps that God has abandoned you, and you're tired of hearing how struggles make us stronger and wonder where Gods help is, think of life like it gives you many unexpected, and difficult pop quizzes that you think … Continue reading The Pop Quizzes of Life; Where is God?
I don't want to give up, I want to get better.
Don't confuse righteousness with self-righteousness. There is a difference between being morally justified and believing oneself to be superior to all other because of it. Most times a self-righteous person will be a hypocrite because they believe they are perfect and without fault due to their morality. "Believing oneself to be perfect is often the … Continue reading Righteousness
To truly be Christian is not to claim perfection or superiority, but to acknowledge personal failure and lowlyness. To be Christian is not to force ideals on others, but to set an example that others would willingly wish to follow. To be Christian is to be humble in the face of adversity. To be Christian … Continue reading To be Christian
There are some who appear to judge others based on their lack of faith and lack of morality. Those who do this, who appear to posses the ability to have faith and a moral compass that always points true north, sometimes prove to lack the qualities of forgiveness, compassion, and understanding, the qualities that provide … Continue reading Six qualities