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Within the last few days, a theme of “Brokenness” has taken point over my times of study and devotion. Whether it be my own struggles or the brokenness I see in others, we must see that Jesus provides a beautiful antidote for anyone going through a tough time.
Alright Ladies, this one is for you.
To be honest, I’m disgusted by the way our world treats you. It’s sad to say, but it’s almost as if our world purposely ignores the way we treat women. And Christian or not, the topic of weight and waist floats across the board of conversations. Not to mention how many women have struggled with weight issues in their past. The heartless conversations definitely don’t help.
Today’s culture gives many opinions when it comes to the topic of being a “real man” in today’s world. Our society likes to tell men how “real men” are to dress, act, work, walk, talk, love, and present themselves to the public. As The Church, I believe it is our duty to teach the world what a “real man” is to look like, but I believe even The Church of today has found itself spewing out opinions instead of Biblical truth.
The other day I was studying at a local coffee shop, when two people sat down beside me and proceeded to engage in a job interview. Their conversation began to catch my attention, but all I could pick up was that the job had something to do with pharmaceutical sales. But I guess that’s besides the point.
Not only was the guy who was interviewing wearing ripped jeans, sandals and a tank top, but he was texting on his phone nearly half of the interview.
Ever have those weeks/months where:
1. You don’t ever want to get out of bed?
2. Your get overly emotional about anything and everything?
3. Your insecurities flare up over small and minuscule issues?
4. You feel like everyone around you is secretly planning a plot against you?
Yup, me to.
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.
Ladies, this one is for you.
For all of you are who are single, engaged, dating, or even considering dating. I have one question for you
What does your ideal guy look like?
1) Is he Tall?
2) Is he Funny?
3) Is he Handsome?
4) Is he Motivated?
5) Is he Athletic?