I have come to understand that your insights from the scriptures will be pointless unless you’re engaged both with the Bible and your experience. We mustn’t ignore our experiences
If in “Free Town” you’re expected to pay for everything you need or would ever need, what makes you think, that you won’t pay for the sins you’ve committed simply because the grace of God richly abounds?
One of the greatest lesson in life is understanding that even fools are patient sometimes. They know how to be their own best friend by being still when they don’t understand what’s happening around them.
In between waiting for justice and moving on with our lives, we’ve got to remain humble and never condescending.
It’s no longer weird to hear people say things like; “that wasn’t my intention, or I never meant to do that”. What they meant to do wasn’t what they ended up doing. Probably they had good intentions, but their actions gave them away negatively.
Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil; for You are with me; Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me.
Knowing who we truly are is prerequisite to finding happiness and fulfilments in all aspects of our lives.
Do you really want to know who you are?
If you are not intentional about your own life, chances are you will be wasting your time. Be intentional and proactive about everything you do daily.
There’s constant pressure around us to explain what we feel, how we feel and when we feel it. But what do you do when the person you’re explaining to doesn’t need you nor appreciate you and what you’ve got to say? You stop!
It’s no news that social media has come to stay. It keeps evolving on a fast lane. It has become a part of our world, to the extent that if you’re not a part of it, you feel left out.