I’m tired of guys treating me like I should be grateful if they even stick around for five minutes. Do I need to be a nun in order to find someone who can actually see a relationship with me?
Even if I really take my time getting to know someone before we become intimate… Don’t hear from him for days, I assume it’s over…then a text with, “hey are you home tonight? Is it unreasonable that I am hoping someone could take me seriously or see my worth?
We have that light shining through our lives if our actions reflect the nature of Christ—His love, compassion, and forgiveness.
His light shines through our attitudes, words, and deeds.
We must not hide that light under a bushel or in a church building. If I am trying to tell you how great my doctor is, but I am dying under his care, you might question his skill.
If I try to tell you how great my auto mechanic is, but my car is belching black smoke out the exhaust, you will probably be reluctant to entrust your own vehicle to him. Jesus also calls Himself "the light of the world." John calls Him "the life that is the light of men," "the light that shines in the darkness" (John 1:4-5).
Note: Evangelical is a reference to the loving, goodness and kindness of God and in mankind’s friendship relationship with God as opposed to an i.e.
The individual righteousness and holiness maturity in the current Kingdom Church Age of Jesus Christ and in His Millennial Age reign to come and of the present Age of individual Christian responsibilities.God bless everyone, David Anson Brown When first reading and studying the Bible especially the New Testament one of the first topics that is going to be encountered is the topic of the Kingdom of God.In The Gospel of Matthew it is referenced as both the Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of Heaven.What good does it do to tell people how great our Savior is if they cannot see that we ourselves have been saved from sin? The light in us is His light, the indwelling Christ, the Holy Spirit within us.The apostle Paul speaks of "the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ" (2 Corinthians 4:4).