I’ve read a plethora of blogs and books that pertain to “women in The Church,” and frankly they all seem to be written by men, for men, and with a biased opinion towards the authority of men. And while I completely understand the biblical ideology of an authoritative man, I don’t see why this would hinder a women from serving or leading in some capacity or another. I firmly believe there is nothing unbiblical about that.
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I think we’d be surprised to know how many people in this world actually like the person of Jesus Christ, but aren’t keen of becoming a Christian due to the examples set forth by his followers.
The internet is something we all use and enjoy, but are we using it too much, or not enough at all? I hear so many people rebel against social websites because they claim, “It distracts them from God” or, “It’s just too worldly.”
This post is something I’ve been wanting to write for quite a while. And although I might have exaggerated the post title a bit, I think it will all make sense in the end.
It hurts my heart to see the division of The Church Body, and I want to shed some light on a topic that I feel is purposely put to the wayside and out of discussion.
1. “Your past is too dark for God to love you.”
2. “You’ve failed too many times for God to forgive you.”
3. “You aren’t good enough to be a Christian, or go to Church.”
These are the lies that satan want’s you to believe.
Facebook is something we all use, talk about, or have heard about. But how many of us truly understand the depth of social networking, and the role it can play in within our own lives?
Fact: If Facebook was it’s own country, it would be the third-largest in the world, towering high at 750 million people.
Scattered across the world, millions of people are able to connect with the touch of a button. Not only does Facebook give you the option to post pictures of yourself, but a detailed synopses of your life is able to be shown as well.
It’s really easy to get caught up in the worlds laser focus of money-making, getting popular, and the strive for successful living. But what if I told you God could care less about those things? In fact, what if I told you that God isn’t focused on your “worldly success” at all, that is unless it is being used for the glorification of Jesus.
What a relief….
- Jarrid Wilson