We Consider It Our Responsibility
We just wanted to take a minute to remind you all that we do not post entries to offend, hurt, or upset anyone, but we post these entries because it’s our responsibility by choice. When we post about a specific topic, it’s something that has been placed on our heart or we just feel is important, it’s not to pick apart something any individual in our life has experienced or done lately. We have a passion and a calling to help others come to their complete wholeness in Christ, and telling you what you need to hear, see, know and do is one of those duties.
To those of you who have been faithfully or consistently reading, we appreciate you – your encouragement and comments give us motivation to continue when we feel like there’s no point. To those who are visiting for the first time, please come back again and read more posts – if you begin to feel convicted and if you desire to change your life into portraying Christ’s image, we’re doing our job in helping you to become just that, a little Christ.
We want to encourage all of you to continue to read, no matter what your feelings are on Christ, your relationship with Him, or your opinion of us. Test out what you’re reading, and see if it works for you or not. If it doesn’t, contact us and tell us why you think it doesn’t.
Please write us a letter, send us an email, or comment on the posts and tell us what you think. We welcome your opinions, and the interaction and participation allow us to have communication with our readers that we find valuable, because we have the opportunity to sow into your life.
Jesus said to the people who believe in Him, “You are truly My disciples if you remain faithful to My teachings. And you will know the Truth, and the Truth will set you free.” John 8:31-32
The BOTTOM LINE: Try to take in positive teaching, even in the middle of your conviction; consider it joy! It’ll bring on the strongest growth in your faith when you act on it and change.