Mom’s Right: More honey, less Vinegar
Now that you have purified yourselves by obeying the truth so that you have sincere love for each other, love one another deeply, from the heart. 1 Peter 1:22
I often think that “social media” is anything but. Have you noticed that rather than actually bringing people together in a fruitful way, it often leads to bullying and recriminations and senseless arguments? I’ve about had it up to here with social media, but I have to acknowledge it’s here to stay, in some form, so let’s rethink reactions that are becoming habitual. Before “unfriending” someone, take a second. Why did God put that person in your life . . . or at least on your social media feed? With all the acrimony between liberals and conservatives over issues like immigration law and order, welfare reform, many social issues, and everything else . . . well, it’s easy to become isolated in our stance on biblical truths.
Sweet Freedom in Action
Try this: do something kind for your liberal neighbor today. See if doors open with a sincere offer of hospitality. Hold the vinegar, and bring the honey of Christian charity and love.
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