Just recently, my name was brought up in a conversation that was blown out of proportion. This conversation could slander my conduct, motives, and morale. As a result, I became filled with so many emotions, and my first thoughts were to 'cover' my name and vouch for me. However, I knew by the Spirit of God that I was not supposed to speak or move without seeking God nor seeking counsel. Therefore, I confided in one of my dear friends, and I was encouraged to …. Turn the other cheek! (SERIOUSLY??— Mind blown!)
A few years ago, I was studying Matthew chapter seven while on vacation. I noticed the bible mentioned to judge not, lest we also be judged with the same measure of judgment. However, the Bible also instructs us to judge righteously. As I was in study, I began to question why God would tell us not to judge while also teaching us to judge.
Alright, ya’ll! This is an overdue post. So, grab your bibles, grab your journals, get some tea and let’s chat, and have a real heart to heart. As you read this post, I’ll be saying ‘us’ ‘we’ or the like, quite often mainly because I’m sitten’ here right with you going along this entire journey. Since we’re having a heart to heart, I want to be frank with you and give you the scoop about my sex life…. so, getcha tea girl!
For many years God’s children, also known as the children of Israel have hurt God in some shape or form. They have turned away from His Word, will and served other gods. Time after time, God remained faithful, showed His love, mercy, grace and opened His heart to those who betrayed Him. But not without a cost.
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