Hanga ki te whakamanamana Pt. 1

Tangata pai droppers ingoa. e mohio ana koe e au korero ahau e pā ana ki. Ko te hunga iwi e hiahia ana koe ki te mohio e mohio ratou iwi e hiahia ana pea koe ki te mohio. A, no te whakaaro ahau "namedropper,"I reira te kotahi taata e tonu mai ki te ngakau. kua anake tutaki ahau ki a ia he kutanga o nga wa, engari te wā katoa kua korero matou, tangohia ake hawhe o to tatou whakahaere ki te pata ingoa rahi.

e mohio ana ia he maha pai o "wā nui" iwi, a ia he kaha heahea ki te aere aua ingoa ki tetahi whakahaere. Tenei te he tauira. mea ahau, "Tangata Hey, he aha te wa he reira?"Tona whakautu: "Aue, te reira e pā ana ki te poutumarotanga. Fakamanatu ahau o taua wa takaro ahau haunuku haunuku ki Michael Jackson i te poutumarotanga i Paris. "Kupu?

pono, e kore ngā ingoa tika reira droppers e irk tatou ahakoa. te reira te iwi e whakamanamana i roto i te whānui. whiwhi tatou ngenge o te rongo tupu tangata whakamanamana e pā ana ki o ratou ra whutupōro kura nui (te reira te wā ki te neke i runga i, te ariki). tupu hoha o to tatou mau hoa faingamālie e kitea etahi ara ki te Tweet e pā ana ki nga wahi tāwāhi ratou toro matou. A e kore matou e whai nui manawanui hoki te iwi nei te hoko ratou taipitopito mo tatou nga tūemi utu (te kore ratou kei rappers, o te akoranga). Ahakoa ngā puku whakapehapeha te reira e pā ana ki te hunga e matau ana koutou, ranei unashamedly tuhu atu koutou mahi katoa, e kore he hauhautanga whakapehapeha tika.

Kāti whakapehapeha

Mämä noa iho, ki te whakamanamana ko ki "kōrero nunui." A kua hara o reira katoa o tatou i te tahi mau wāhi. Te reira i whakaoho tonu i te pukapuka kanohi, ina mahi etahi reira - na te aha e tango tonu tatou wahi i roto i te reira tatou?

tupu whakamanamana ka whai koutou te tahi mea (mahi ranei te tahi mea) kia mīharo e whakaaro koutou hiahia katoa ki te mohio e pā ana ki reira. A e kore e anake te mahi e hiahia ana ratou ki te mohio e pā ana ki reira, Me ratou ki te mohio ki te pehea whakamataku e koe mo te he (mahi ranei) reira. Ki te kei faitotonu ki tatou tatou, ingoa tatou te maturuturunga iho, me te whakamanamana haehaa ki to tatou hoa no te mea whakaaro tatou hanga reira tatou titiro pai. Na e te rite aha te reira he.

E kore te mea te raruraru e kore he nui te mea e whakamanamana koutou e pā ana ki. ai te reira i. Ko te raruraru ko te e kore he nui te whāinga mutunga. Tetahi mahi e koutou mo te whakaaro ki o te kororia whaiaro he hara.

korero karaipiture tino kaha e pā ana ki tenei ahua o te korero whakapehapeha. Ko kotahi tauira i roto i 1 Corinthians 4:7, i roto i nei ui Paora, "He aha e whai koutou e kore koutou i riro? A, ki te i manako ki a koutou i te reira, he aha e whakamanamana ai, me te mea kihai i koe?"Te fele ia mea, "I homai katoa whai koutou ki a koutou. Na koutou e whakamanamana aha ka ko katoa i koe manako he mea homai?"

Ia kupu whakapehapeha puaki tatou ko te pere e hāngai tika i to tatou Kaihanga. Nga mea pai mai i ia, e te tikanga tetahi o tatou e nehenehe e tango i te nama mo reira. te katoa te kororia i roto i te Universe no ki te Atua, engari e tatou tamata tonu ki te pupuri i etahi hoki tatou. I roto i te ao mātauranga, ka karanga tango nama mo te mahi o tētahi atu te tinihanga. I roto i te ao tūturu, ngā huaina reira whakamanamana.

tīmata whakapehapeha

Well e mutu ai te reira na, matau? e kore, ake whakamanamana!

e kore whakaaro ahau te mea tino e ohie. E kore anake te mahi whakaaro ahau kia whakamanamana koutou te tahi mau taime, whakaaro ahau te reira te mea i hanga e koe ki te mahi i. Kia whakamārama ahau.

Kia mahara, Kei te whakaaro te pakiaka o te whakamanamana tahi mea i koe he pera mīharo e hiahia katoa ki te mohio e pā ana ki reira. Te hunga o tatou nei kua oti te hoko e Ihu e whai tahi mea ki te whakamanamana e pā ana ki - te Atua ia. Ki te matau ana tatou Atua, e ti'a ia tatou kia pera puhia atu e ia e ite tatou meinga ki te kauwhau i Ta'na pai ki ētahi atu (1 Pet. 2:9). te ia nui rawa ki te pupuri i ki ia tatou iho. Jeremiah 9:23-24 tapeke reira ake pai.

Ko ta te kupu tenei a Ihowa:
"Kia kaua e te tangata whakaaro nui e whakamanamana o tona whakaaro nui
ranei whakamanamana te tangata kaha o tona kaha
ranei whakamanamana te tangata taonga o tona taonga,
engari kia ia tetahi, me whakamanamana e pā ana ki tenei:
e matau ana ia, a mohio ahau,
e ko te Ariki ahau, e te mahi tohu,
whakawa me te tika i runga i te whenua,
hoki i roto i enei e whakaahuareka ahau,"
declares the Lord.

Ki te matau ana koe i te Atua, e hiahia ana ahau ki a koutou whakamanamana. Otira ka mahi koutou, don’t let it be in koutou whakaaro nui, ranei koutou strength, ranei koutou riches. Engari, whakamanamana e pā ana ki tana. Whakamanamana i roto i te meka e mohio koe te tetahi ki te whakaaro nui tino, kaha katoa-kaha, a kore mutu te taonga o te aroha noa. Engari o te whakamahi i koutou kupu ki te whiwhi koutou ake rongo, whakamahi ia ratou ki te whakaatu atu i Ta'na.

Te Universe He rite te take whakaatu mo te kororia o te Atua. I hanga te whenua ki te whakaatu tona kaha. i hanga e rakau ki te wharauroa tona ataahua. i rawe Animals ki te tohu ki tona nui. Na koutou? i hanga e koe ki te whakamanamana i runga i a ia. Na, ki te meatia e koe maturuturu he ingoa, kia waiho te reira i Ta'na.

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41 kōrero

  1. ErinWhakautu

    this was beautifully written. makes so much sense. I love the length as well. great on the go. can’t wait to read more, Trip.

  2. Justin HumphreyWhakautu

    Trip mihi. This is a really good point. Our personal achievements compared to God’s never ending grace are worthless. Let’s starting bragging about our Lord and Savior!

  3. JayWhakautu

    HEY TRIP!!!

    I have something HUGE to share with you!! Na, I follow these two 18 year old Christians on YouTube, Instagram&Twitter and A MONTH and TWO DAYS ago, they said that they were told by God to leave NC and go to Los Angeles. They arrived yesterday!!!! GREATEST PART?!! They left NC with SIXTEEN dollars, a back pack and their faith and started WALKING!!! Along the way, they were given bikes, then food, shelter, rides &finances to help on their journey. And they didn’t even ask for it!!!!! People would just come up to them and give. Like they could see the spirit of God all over them!! They recorded vids on the way on YouTube and posted photos on Instagram and they keep us up to date on their twitter as well. Their YouTube hasn’t been updated in a week but they still have MARVELOUS testimonies shared on there from throughout the journey and they update their twitter and Instagram almost DAILY. Just wanted to spread this with you so that you could spread this great news of Faith. Maybe you can even get in contact with them and TRY THEIR SPIRITS. These men of God are legit. AMAZING TESTIMONIES. Lets spread the good news!

    Their YouTube: YouTube.com/Livin4Christ4Lyfe

    Their Instagram: Livin4Christ4Lyfe

    Their Twitter: Liv4Christ4Lyfe

    Be blessed brother!! This increased my faith an hope it increases yours too!!

  4. Ben Sudderth IIIWhakautu

    I enjoyed reading your blog. It was interesting and easy to understand. Keeping doing what your doing!

    Enjoy God’s Blessings

    Ben Sudderth III
    News4Christ

  5. David GainesWhakautu

    Yes as God’s children we are built to brag about His awesome power, aroha, mercy and especially His grace. The Lord says, If any man boasts let Him boasts in the Lord. The word Swag means also to boast or brag which is a prideful thing to do when you make it all about you. When it comes to swag, the world sets the standard, they tell people whats the trend or what is cool or not. Being a Christian is not the most popular thing to be in society these days, but it surely is the most vital. As a Christian its perfect for us to have swag, the best swag, and thats a Godly Swagg which simply means to boast in the Lord God. In our walk, our talk, and through our music we boast and brag on the Lord Jesus Christ because through the cross we have become products of His Grace and it is our life’s mission to win more souls through the preaching of the Gospel of grace.

  6. HaraWhakautu

    Absolutely agree with you! I never thought of being “hanga ki te whakamanamana” but you definitely convinced me. I very much enjoy reading your writing. Incredibly thought provoking but balanced with encouragement. Perfect mixture of the two!! Thanks for writing.

  7. KARLONBURKETTWhakautu

    “whiwhi tatou ngenge o te rongo tupu tangata whakamanamana e pā ana ki o ratou ra whutupōro kura nui (te reira te wā ki te neke i runga i, te ariki).” #Preeeach!

  8. KGRANTWhakautu

    I stumbled upon this article and boy, do I feel encouraged. So much to ponder from these words. It’s both an encouragement and a need to examine oneself and motive. Glory be to God for giving you the gift to write this!!!

  9. TerrenceWhakautu

    Great Job Trip! Love the audio piece. Never seen that before! It reminds me of the time I hung out withJust kidding! Great Exhortation.

  10. LangstonWhakautu

    Awesome post, Trip! aroha ana ahau ki tenei. Very encouraged now. Thank you for obeying and letting God speak through you!

  11. JamesWhakautu

    So great to see Trip still speaking the truth even if it’s a medium different than music. That was a great read, I look forward to hearing more of it. manaaki te Atua ia koe, Trip.

  12. broChrisWhakautu

    Great thought provoking read Mr. Trip. Many can take this to heart, and now into practice. Keep using the gifts God has given you, which now includes being a pretty great writer, and continue to share the message with those giftsit is reaching more than you’ll ever know. Whakapaingia te Atua, #JesusIsKing

  13. BillyWhakautu

    Great article. This provided some deep insight that I hadn’t considered before. I’m looking forward to Part Two! Very well done.

  14. PhillipHolyApostleMurphyWhakautu

    Very good messageBlessed to hear our Lord speaking throughOur God is great!!!! Our God is good!!!! He is so awesome!!!

  15. IsaacDWhakautu

    This was a great article, very well written, and I really loved the audio component you added to it. Thank you sir for sharing this.

  16. AmberWhakautu

    I often do this; brag. It’s more a reflection of the pride we keep on top of our softened hearts. For some reason giving God the glory in front of non-believers can be difficult but only because of pride.
    Recently I scored very high when I re-took the ASVAB. I was so excited because I knew God had helped me do it. His favor was what gave me that score and the knowledge He put in me helped me to truly understand mathematical equations I never could comprehend before. Yet when I got back to my unit I told everyone what I got with excitement but later I felt convicted because I knew I’d only told those I knew were believers that it was all God. The unbelievers I never told my testimony.
    I do jail ministry on Sundays and it’s weird because when I’m in front of them I could care less if they think I’m a fanatic then when I’m at work I hardly ever bring up the name. Everyone knows I’m a Christian but none of them have any clue how He’s all that’s on my mind 24/7.
    I’ll work on this. Ngā mihi mō te tiri.

  17. AlejandroWhakautu

    Trip , God Bless you man !
    This was needed as a reminder and for that I thank you, allowing God to use you to minister. We defiantly have the best thing to brag about.

  18. BrantPhelpsWhakautu

    That’s good stuff, Trip… Everything we have was given to us by an Outstanding and Awesome Creator God who’s worth bragging about!

  19. IsaacWhakautu

    I am so amazed at the way you inter-related the old and new testatment to help us understand the danger of braging on ourselves!! Is this the inspiration for your recent trackBrangin on my God”???

    I love your music coz its so relevant!! manaaki te Atua ia koe!! Keep up the good work!!

  20. JayWhakautu

    Remember the homeless Christians I told you guys about? They need help.. Any help would be great guys. God will provide but even Jesus couldn’t do works where there was no faith. Everyone in LA is turning their backs because of their lack of faith. Lets support the kingdom and give what we can. They also do music and the Spirit really speaks in their lyrics. Lets spread that as well! We do this for the kingdom y’all. īmēra livin4christ4lyfe@gmail.com .. Lets help the brethren. Love you all.

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  23. TerenceWhakautu

    Powerful! You broke this down in simplicity. So much wisdom for a young man. I’m praying with and for you and your family. Your gifts will make room for you. Only do what God called you to do, you have the Oil, His Holy Spirit. Peace and prosperity to you (Shilom)!