Bullies have been around since the beginning of time. And while most tactics of a bully have come in the form of stealing lunch money, putting people in lockers, or harassing individuals in the hallways, the last decade has opened up an entirely new form of bullying; Cyber bullying.
It’s sad to look around and see the many men and women who are in relationships with people who aren’t fully committed, but continue to keep the relationship going for no reason. And while it frustrates me to see people getting “played,” I’d like to think that all of us have been at fault for this at least one time or another. I know I have.
This post isn’t a plea for clicks, likes or views, but instead a valiant cry for help in a world that paints Christians as the “God hates f*gs” militia. That’s not Jesus. That’s not me. That’s not most of us.
It’s sad to sit back and watch the media cover nothing but the faults and failures of proclaimed “Christ followers,” instead of getting down to the truth of what 98% of us do differently than the 2% who make us look bad. If what the media portrays is the world’s view of a Christian, please don’t call me one. I’d rather call myself a Christ follower than been thrown into the twisted and construed view of what we’ve made “Christians” out to be. I understand that Christian means Christ follower, but you get where I’m going with this.
The following are 5 Characteristics You Need In A Spouse
There is nothing more frustrating than being with someone who has no drive, no matter the circumstance. When it comes to looking for a spouse, seeking after someone who is driven is something you don’t want to look past. You’ll appreciate someone who has a drive to get better, take criticism, work harder, and take advice. This will be greatly beneficial in your relationship, and it will save you from having to pry this person off the couch in the future. (Proverbs 21:5)