5 Lifi tsa Media Social

Guest poso tsoang Jessica Barefield

E-re ke qale ka ho fana ka ikgololo. Sehlooho sena se e seng mabapi le kamoo rerang bobe metswedi ya dikgang ke. Sebelisoa ka tsela e itekanetseng, le tokelo ea molao pelo mele, e ka ba ntho e tse babatsehang. Ntlha ea sehlooho sena ke ho supa ka litsela tse ling tseo metswedi ya dikgang ka ba leraba bakeng sa bophelo ba Bokreste le ho u khothalletsa hore u hlahlobe pelo ea hao ha ho tluoa tabeng tshebediso ya hao ya kahisano mecha ea phatlalatso le ho nka karolo. Tsena ke litsela tse hlano tseo metswedi ya dikgang ka ho fepa litakatso ba rōna ba boetsalibe.

1. metswedi ya dikgang ka senya nako ea hao

Sena ke ha ho letho le ha rea ​​utloa pele, empa ho habohlokoa ho pheta-pheta. Re hopotsoa ka Baefese 5:16-17 hore matsatsi a rerang bobe 'me re lokela ho etsa tshebediso molemo ka ho fetisisa oa nakong eo oo re o filoeng. Nahana ho se hokae seo u ka se etsang ho e-na hlahloba liwebsaete tseo kaofela. Ha a ntse a letile sebokeng sa, re ka tsoela pele lenane la batho hore ba rapelle fonong rōna 'me ba qeta metsotso e ao eketsehileng ka thapelo hore a malapa a rōna le metsoalle. Ka sebele, ka nako e le 'ngoe kapa motho e mong, bohle re molato oa ho qeta lihora tse on Facebook ka letsatsi le ka mohla bulela Lentsoe la Molimo. Ho tloha ka motsotso mongwe le mongwe ke mpho e tsoang ho Morena, e 's habohlokoa ho ipotsa, "Na ho na ho hong ho molemo hore ke ka qeta nako e ka ho ea pele?"Boholo ba nako, karabo mohlomong ee.

2. metswedi ya dikgang fana ka sethaleng mong le e mong monahano oa hao ho

Ke nahana hore thusong ea Posting pele ho metswedi ya dikgang ka qhekella u nahane ho OK ho ngolang feela ka taba e itseng. Re tletleba, re sa tsejoe Bash batho, re hlompholla sechaba sa fuoeng bolaoli ba, 'me re re ho sa tsotellehe hore re nahana ka likhalala, joalokaha eka ba ne ba sa batho ba sebele. Mme re dumela ha re hlile lokela ho arabella leha e le efe ea eona. U se ke ua thetseha ke sephiri sa kamore ea hao hona joale-ho tla ba le ha ho letho le poraefete ha re ema ka pel'a Molimo ea phelang le fa tlaleho e etsoe mantsoe a rōna. Matheu re lemosa ka ho hlaka e ntle, "Ka letsatsi la kahlolo, batho ba tla nehelana ka tlaleho mabapi le hore mong le e mong lentsoe sa tsotelleng ba bua. "A re ke re hopotsoa sena lemosang nakong e tlang re ntjhafatsa boemo ba rona.

3. Social media can fuel discontentment

Ha re qeta nako re le ekelitsoeng la tšollela holim 'seo ba bang ba se etsang' me a re, e lebisa tlhokomelo ea rōna lintho tsohle tseo re ha ba na kapa fetoa ke ho. E ka etsa hore re belaelle hore na ke hobane'ng bophelong ba rōna ha ba batle e le 'ngoe. Ke hobane'ng ha ke nahana ka qotsa hore? Ke lakatsa eka ke ne ke e ka kutloisiso ea hae ha mokhoa oa ho. ntlo ea bona e ncha ke tsela khōloanyane ho feta rōna! Haeba re se hlokolosi, Metsotso e mashome a mararo on Facebook kapa Pinterest ka hore u ikutloe u sa beheng, mobe, 'me underwhelmed le bophelo ba hao. Baheberu re phehella hore re, "Le 'ne bophelo ba hao u lokolohile ho rata chelete, le ho khotsofalla seo u nang le, etsoe O re, 'Le ka mohla nke u tlohela kapa u furalla.' "Re qetellong ka ba khotsofalla bophelo ba rōna joalokaha-ba balumeli hobane re fuoa sohle seo re se hlokang e Kreste. Ipotse hore na tsela eo u sebelisang mecha ea phatlalatso ea tsoang sechabeng thusa u lumela 'nete ena.

4. Social media can fuel pride and keep you inwardly focused

metswedi ya dikgang ka potlako e be sethala rona hae bakeng sa ho iketelletsa pele. We have to ask ourselves what our motivation really is for posting the things that we do. Na re batla kutloelo-bohloko kapa a mo rorisa? Na re batla ho hantle nahana ka kapa ithorise ka lintho tseo monate re 'nile etsa? Na u kamehla hlahloba kamoo batho ba bangata "likes for" kapa "retweets" poso ea hao a? Kaofela ha lintho tsena le ngangisane boikhohomoso 'me re lule re tsepamisitse maikutlo tabeng ea itsebang kateng. Sena se ka ba leraba ho khetheha ho leng thata ho mang kapa mang ea nang le sethala hore fetela le ka nģ'ane ho metsoalle le ba malapa a bona. Whether you do music or have a popular blog, hobane feela batho ba likete ba mamela ha ho bolele lintho tsohle tse tlang kelellong ea Ke habohlokoa re. Re lokela ho hopola hore retweets, litlhaloso, le likes for u se ke ua ka tsela e iketsang fa legitimacy seo re ngolang. Molimo o bona se susumetsoa lipelo tsa rōna 'me ha ho mohla thetseha ke poso hantle duleng diatla. Ha ke ntse ke Samuel 2:3 oa lemosa, "Le se ke tsoela pele ba bua joalo motlotlo kapa a molomo oa hao a bue joalo boikhohomoso, Morena ke Molimo ea tsebang le ka ho Mo liketso tsa ba boima ba. "

5. Social media can distort our view of relationships

Mong le o mong ka rua molemo metswedi ya dikgang na bakeng sa likamanong tsa, ho na le drawback. Ho bonolo ho khema le ba u rata (mohlomong bonolo haholo?). Na u ntse u lokela e tebileng, meqoqo e nang le morero ka seqo? It is easy to keep up with a lot of people you love—and a lot of people you don’t even know (mohlomong ba bangata haholo?). Na u oversaturated le dintlha tsa 300 bophelo ba batho hore u se ke ua etsa mosebetsi o motle oa lerato la 10 batho bao u ba bonang beke e le hore bekeng e? Re ka potlako re itloaetse ho ba bareki mong oa boitsebiso ho e-na ratang batho. Ho tseba ka bophelo ba motho e mong le ho kopanela ka hohle-hohle bophelo ba hao dessyecik metswedi ya dikgang ke ha ho tšoane le ho ba motsoalle oa sebele. Ke 'nete hore Jesu ke mohlala o phethahetseng oa hore na ho bolela'ng ho ba motsoalle oa' nete. Joalokaha Jesu a se rutang, "Taelo My ke ena: Love each other as I have loved you. le lerato le leholo o na le ha ho motho ea ho lena, e le hore a ka behang bophelo ba hae bakeng metsoalle ea hae. "Botsoalle feta bala diapdeite boemo le litšoantšo. Botsoalleng ke sehlabelo. Ho jara meroalo e mong le e mong. Ho se feela ho ka thoeng-it e lokela ho ba bonahalang.

Jessica Barefield lulang Washington D.C. le monna oa Trip hae, 'me mora oa bona Q. U ka bala ho eketsehileng ho eena nakong blog ya hae, Rata ho rata.

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  1. XavierReply

    This is so true. I will openly admit that I waste hours and hours of my time and days on social media and all the points brought forward, I can directly relate to. I know in my mind and heart that I want to and have to cut it out, or greatly diminish it, but it isn’t easy. But the message you have conveyed and the words of God that you’re using to reinforce this speak to me clearly. Kea le leboha ka sehlooho sena :)

  2. TyronReply

    Very good read! Was never involved in social networks until a little over a year ago and these are some of the reasons why. I have actually been thinking about deleting my social networks to focus on what needs to be focused on. Lot of good points here. Thank you for taking your time to write it and share.

  3. DanielaReply

    Wow! So true. I definitely need to work on my social media intake. It’s very consuming one of the very reasons I stopped getting on Pinterest. Kea le leboha ka ho kopanela.

  4. StaceyReply

    Thank you so much for posting this. I have been fighting with myself about getting on Facebook. Seems lately all it does is make mad angry. This was everything I needed to hear and will reread when I need to be reminded. Thank you and Trip. Molimo a u hlohonolofatse.

  5. Eulaivi ClutarioReply

    You are an inspiration! So many good points you have here. Praise God for your wisdom that’s understandable and very relevant to our generation! :)

  6. MarkReply

    ke leboha haholo, for thelittle peoplewith out a voice it speaks numbers to think oursocialvalue is derived from social media. Thanks for the wake up call !

  7. Oyishoma EmmanuelReply

    That is so true. We waste precious time on social networks without purpose, and whenever purpose is not on ground, abuse is inevitable. I myself i’m guilty of this at times; but i pray for the grace to redirect my priorities.

  8. ADIN MOOREReply

    This is a really good post. Thank you for sharing it with us, enjoyed reading it and it opening my eyes to the pitfalls of social media. :) Grace & khotso.

  9. JosephReply

    Exactly why I PERMANENTLY deleted my Fakebook in early 2012. Just like how I gave up cable TV in 2001, I don’t miss either Fakebook or TV. FB makes it easy to love yourself, which is idolatry. Being on the computer for work (video editing) is all the more reason why I do not want to spend time on it in my free time, but it is so easy to waste time on the computer. If I’m on YouTube, it’s to watch edifying videos from other Christians. I HIGHLY recommend every Christian to read this article: “Forming our Souls with Facebookby Shane Hipps (Second Nature Journal dot com)

  10. BarbaraReply

    Omg I was so convicted last week by exactly what you saidspending hours on facebook that should be spending in the word! I love this blogkeep the knowledge coming!

  11. RozReply

    Ke leboha haholo bakeng sa ngola sena. It is so very insightful and has helped me a lot in recognizing that I need to limit my time with social media. Many of the things you’ve described are all things I can relate to. Spending too much time on social media is not beneficial for my spirit your blog has really put it in words for me. Again thanks so much

  12. AdamReply

    This article caught my eye quick because my job is online and a big part of it is social media. Before this was my job I could completely relate to this. It really can be a time waster if there is no self control. It should be something approached with caution for sure!

  13. NaishaReply

    I saw this link on my Facebook and was dreading to read it because I knew it would convict me and today I said, “OK… Let me have it.” Ha ha ha.... Just about everything in here is true about how I spend my time online and I am going to assume that the person who wrote this article would not have posted this if she had not struggled with this herself in some way. So it is nice to know that there are other people who carry or did carry the same burden. At church you tend to feel like you shouldn’t admit to stuff like this, because we have created the idea that no one else struggles with it. Just the other day I was talking to my husband and telling him how I deleted some apps on my ipod (yes I still have an ipod and not an iphone, by choice) because it created unhealthy/ungodly thinking. I use to play Home Design where you can create your dream home and in turn I would become so depressed with the house we live in. I still love playing Mall World on FB and confessed to my husband that I like it because my avatar is someone I am not, she is pretty, skinny, independant and it is fantasy that I enjoy living through. Maybe I sound weird or people may think I shared too much but this is my own conviction. Thank you for reinforcing what I know by sharing your own conviction with us writer and other commenters.

  14. ChinaJohnsonReply

    I will be deleting my Facebook and Instagram for a while. This was my wake up call. My husbands has been telling me about this and the discontentment has gone too far! Thank you Jessica!

  15. RJReply

    kea leboha! I’m gonna take a week long break from Facebook, Email, and Instagram and work on those relationships I have with people I see in my daily life.

  16. TylerReply

    Fantastic stuff! I’m a high school student and the part about putting so much stock into retweets and likes is so true! I definitely think their are some good things that can come out of Twitter/Facebook but it’s all about where you heart is!

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  18. THOMASSINGWAReply

    Wow thank God that was written for me,may the life giver always bless you and your family.Trip has always been the man of days The music,writtens etc keeps me awake.we thank God for you

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  20. MirandaReply

    Really good post! Social media can be a little too much but when I see souls reach and they are planted into a church with their families and serving in church and in their community with the families.. That’s amazing to me.

  21. KeinyaReply

    Wow. This really spoke to me and I appreciate it. It’s so well articulated and has some great advice on ways to reflect. kea leboha!

  22. JerdonReply

    I love coming to this blog and reading all of these awesome posts by Trip and his wife. Keep up the good work you two!!! molimo a u hlohonolofatse.

  23. TheMesengerReply

    That is sooooo true it can take time away from god also you won’t seem to have the time 4 him we’ll cut it off make the time

  24. katReply

    awesome read. admittedly, i spend too much time looking at pretty boys and pretty things and getting caught up by all these superficial things on tumblr that i tend to push God aside. it’s a sad, sad thing; i could be reading up on His word and spending more time with Him….thanks for the eye opener!

  25. CharityReply

    Wow. I thought I was doing good because I was just on two networks. This definitely helped me check myself. I thought because I wasn’t sinning I was okay, and of course there is always room for improvement.

  26. YashiraReply

    God bless you for sharing this and thank you! This post just got me thinking about the time I waste with social media and its networks. It has helped me to re-think what I’m doing with time.

  27. mohauReply

    I agree with every point. I for sure have been avoiding instagram because I found myself comparing my self to other girls on there. It’s not good to feel ungrateful. I like looking at cute animals. Ha ha ha
    I considered deleting my fb, instagram accounts numerous times. I do think it’s good for keeping up with family members far apart though. :)

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    Any ideas? kea leboha!