Ecclesiates 1: 8-9 NKJV “All things are full of labor; Man cannot express it. The eye is not satisfied with seeing, Nor the ear filled with hearing. That is which has been is what will be, That which is done is what will be done, And there is nothing new
Although being ‘liked’ by a massive audience seems like the ultimate goal for many aspiring social media influencers, bloggers, video content creators, artists, models, small business owners, etc., there comes a time when one must ask whether being ‘liked’ is worth sacrificing one’s values for social media fame and acceptance.
There are many articles that examine the lives of Millennials—-some of which even describe this generation as having a mindset of self-entitlement, and a grave addiction to technology and social media. Although this speculation may be true according to the individual Millennial, there are many pressures lingering over the average Millennial’s head that often get overlooked in these articles. One major area left untouched is the pressure of being a Millennial who proclaims Faith in Christ.
Many of us associate ministry with the act of sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ. In fact, a minister is often solely described as “one officiating or assisting the officiant in church worship.” But contrary to popular belief, ministry goes well beyond the act of preaching to a congregation or evangelism.
It’s not easy to turn the other cheek when someone you trusted betrays you or takes your kindness for weakness. Better yet, it’s even more difficult to forgive a person who does not feel any remorse for what they’ve done.
This video shows my perspective of the ‘cancel’ or ‘cancelled culture’ and how it is rooted in narcissism and unforgiveness. As children of The Most High, we must learn to love and forgive our brothers and sisters, even when they make mistakes or hold different views than our own.
With multitasking, prioritizing your tasks is the best way to get things done efficiently. But when new tasks continue to get piled onto your to-do list, things begin to get burdensome and hard to complete to its entirety.
Friend is a term often used to describe a amicable connection. Many of us use the term friend when we are amongst people who share the same hobbies or common interests. We may even become friends with someone based upon their looks, status, popularity, career or material possessions. But can a true friendship be developed based on common interests, or material possessions and good looks ?
While some prefer to remain single to keep their independence, there are others who are desperate to find that special someone. Many of us are hopeful that one day, God will bring forth our ‘prince charming’ or Proverbs 31 woman.
I began to wander off into occultism or ‘new age spiritualism,’ despite my belief in Christ. Surely, with seeking new age practices, I eventually realized that I was falling away from God, while heading down a path of instability, confusion and double-mindedness.