1. Publicly & Judgmentally calling people out on their sins or mistakes.
It’s not your place to call other people out on their sins or mistakes, especially in public. Don’t single them out for pure enjoyment. Christians already have a bad reputation in the land of judgment, and the last thing we need is someone rebuking people via Twitter or Facebook. If you’re doing this, please find the “deactivate” button and click it repeatedly.
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I am pretty sure you know where this post is going. I am attempting to write a post on the topic of alcohol, and what Jesus thinks about drinking in the Bible. I need you to realize that my post will not be biased to one side or the other. This is a simple conversation among brothers and sisters. Let’s try and be civil.
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Have you ever shared an incredible dream, vision, or idea with the people you love; only to find out they aren’t as excited about it as you are? It hurts. But while many people might find this to be the end of their pursuit, I encourage people to let it fuel them that much more.
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1. Spiritually Fit.
Putting this into a spiritual context, Christian women should yearn for a man who is frequently exercising his spiritual muscles. Maybe he attends a bible class, midweek service, home group, or even a mens Bible Study. Regardless of what his spiritual workouts looks like, any woman who is seeking a Godly man should find someone who is constantly refining his relationship with Christ.
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