Fausia Ina ia nana Pt. 1

Leai se tasi e fiafia igoa droppers. E te iloa o loo ou talanoa e uiga i. Latou tagata e te manao e te iloa ina ia latou iloa e tagata e te manao atonu e iloa. Pe a ou mafaufau "namedropper,"O loo i ai alii o se tasi o le taimi lava e oo mai i le mafaufau. Ou na feiloai ia te ia se vaega o taimi, ae o taimi uma tatou te talanoa, afa o le ma talanoaga ua aveina aʻe i le mataua igoa blatant.

Na te silafia a numera lelei o le "taimi tele" tagata, ma ua ia te ia se tomai faavalevalea tau tolotolo na igoa i so o se talanoaga. O iinei o se faataitaiga. ou te fai atu, "Tagata Ei, ua ta se fia?"O lana tali: "Oi, e uiga i le aoauli. Faamanatu mai ia te au o le taimi lena sa ou taalo putt putt ma Michael Jackson i le aoauli i Paris. "Upu?

faamaoni, E le na o igoa droppers e irk tatou ui. O tagata oe latou te mitamita i le tulaga lautele. Tatou te le lavava faalogo ola tagata gugutu e uiga io latou aso lakapi aoga maualuga (o le taimi lea e agai i le, aliʻi e). Tatou te tuputupu ae vaivai o tatou uo faamanuiaina e maua se auala e tweet e uiga i nofoaga uma maugatā latou asiasi. Ma tatou te le maua le onosai tele mo tagata o loo auiliili mo i tatou mea taugata uma latou faatau (vagana ai ua latou te rappers, ae a). Pe o loo bragging covertly e uiga i lē e iloa, po unashamedly faasino atu lou faataunuuina uma, bragging lava e le o malu.

taofi Bragging

faaupuga faigofie, e nana o le "talanoa boastfully." Ma ua tausalaina i tatou uma i ai i se taimi. E faaosoosoina i taimi uma se lisi mata pe a faia isi - aisea tatou te pea e auai i ai i tatou lava?

Bragging e tupu pe ae ei ai se mea (po o le faia o se mea) E matua maoae e te manatu e manaomia e tagata uma e iloa e uiga i ai. Ma e le gata faia e tatau ona latou iloa e uiga i ai, e tatau ona latou iloa pe faapefea ona maoae oe mo le mauaina o (po o le faia) na. Afai tatou te faamaoni ia i tatou lava, tatou taʻu mataua ma nana lotomaualalo i lo tatou uo ona tatou manatu tatou te vaavaai lelei. Ma o le tonu lava lena sese aisea e.

O le faafitauli e le o le mea o loo e bragging e uiga i le o tele. E mafai ona. O le faafitauli e faapea o le tele lea o le sini iuga. Soo se mea e te faia mo le manuia o le mamalu faaletagata lava ia o le agasala.

tautala aulelei malosi mau e uiga i lenei ituaiga o le lauga mimita. Se tasi o faataitaiga o loo i 1 Korinito 4:7, i lea fesili Paul, "O le a ia te oe e te leʻi maua? Ma afai e te maua ai, aisea e te mitamita ai e pei lava e te leʻi?"Ua ia e taʻu faapea, "O mea uma ua ia te oe na tuuina mai ia te oe. O lea la, aisea e te mitamita vale ina ua talia uma e te faia se meaalofa?"

Taitasi mimita upu tatou tulei o se fana faamoemoe tuusao i lo tatou Foafoa. Uma lelei le mea e sau mai ia te Ia, o lona uiga e leai se tasi o tatou e mafai ona ave le tupe mo le. ea le mamalu uma i le Vateatea i le Atua, ae o loo tatou taumafai pea e tausia nisi mo i tatou lava. I le lalolagi o aoaoga tau tomai, ua taua o le faia o tupe mo le galuega a le isi mea se tasi plagiarism. I le lalolagi moni, o loo taʻua bragging.

amata Bragging

Ia foia lea e faapea, tauagavale? aua lava nei, lava gugutu!

Ou te le manatu e le lava e faigofie. E le gata ou te manatu e tatau ona mitamita vale i nisi o taimi, Ou te manatu o le mea na foafoaina oe e faia. Sei ou faamatala.

manatua, le aʻa o bragging e mafaufau i se mea e maua e matua ofoofogia e manaomia e tagata uma e iloa e uiga i ai. O i tatou oe ua togiolaina e ala i le faia e Iesu se mea e mitamita vale e uiga i - le Atua lava Ia. Afai tatou te iloa le Atua, e tatau ona tatou ina lelea ese e ia te Ia o le a tatou lagona le faamalosia e folafola atu Lana excellencies i isi (1 Pete. 2:9). O ia tele atu e tausia i tatou lava. Ieremia 9:23-24 aotele lelei ae.

O le mea lenei ua fetalai mai le Alii:
"Aua le mitamita o lona atamai i le tagata poto
po o le mitamita o le tagata malosi o lona malosi
po o le tagata mauoa mitamita o ana oa,
ae ia tuu atu ia te ia o le faamaualuga mitamita e uiga i lenei:
ina ia malamalama ma iloa mai ia te au,
o Aʻu o le Alii, o faatinoina le agalelei,
faamasinoga tonu ma le amiotonu i le lalolagi,
mo i nei ou te fiafia,"
declares the Lord.

Afai e te iloa le Atua, Ou te manao ia e mitamita vale. Ae pe ae faia, don’t let it be in lau poto, poʻo lau strength, poʻo lau riches. Nai lo, gugutu e uiga i Lona. Mitamita i le mea moni e te iloa le tasi i le poto atoatoa, malosi mamana-, ma e faaiuina oa o le alofa tunoa. Nai lo o le faaaogaina o lau upu e maua ai lou lava taʻutaʻua, faaaogaina i latou e faaali mai Lona.

O le Vateatea e pei o se tulaga faaalia mo le mamalu o le Atua. Sa faia le lalolagi e faaali atu ai Lona mana. na faia ai laau e flaunt Lona matagofie. na gaosi ai manu e faasino i Lona silisiliese. Ma oe? E na fausia e gugutu ia te Ia. O lea la, afai e te faia aveesea se igoa, ia avea ma Ana.

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41 faamatalaga

  1. Erintali

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

  2. Justin Humphreytali

    faafetai malaga. 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. Jaytali

    HEY TRIP!!!

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  4. Ben Sudderth IIItali

    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 Gainestali

    Yes as God’s children we are built to brag about His awesome power, alofa, 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. Sarahtali

    Absolutely agree with you! I never thought of being “fausia e gugutu” 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. KARLONBURKETTtali

    “Tatou te le lavava faalogo ola tagata gugutu e uiga io latou aso lakapi aoga maualuga (o le taimi lea e agai i le, aliʻi e).” #Preeeach!

  8. KGRANTtali

    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. Terrencetali

    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. Langstontali

    Awesome post, malaga! Ou te alofa i lenei. Very encouraged now. Thank you for obeying and letting God speak through you!

  11. Jamestali

    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. Faamanuia le atua ia oe, malaga.

  12. broChristali

    Great thought provoking read Mr. malaga. 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. Faamanuia le atua, #JesusIsKing

  13. Billytali

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

  14. PhillipHolyApostleMurphytali

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

  15. IsaacDtali

    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. Ambertali

    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. Faafetai mo fetufaaiga.

  17. Alejandrotali

    malaga , 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. Tiffanietali

    This was awesome! faafetai malaga. I love how your still dropping knowledge on us in a short amount of time :)

  19. BrantPhelpstali

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

  20. Isaactali

    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!! Faamanuia le atua ia oe!! Ia faaauau pea galuega lelei!!

  21. Jaytali

    Manatua le Kerisiano leai ni fale sa ou fai atu ia te outou e uiga i alii? Latou te manaomia le fesoasoani.. So o se fesoasoani a alii tele. le a saunia e le Atua ae e oo lava i le mafai ona faia e Iesu galuega lea sa leai se faatuatua. ua liliu tagata uma i LA latou tua ona o le leai o so latou faatuatua. Faatagaina lagolago ai le malo ma tuuina atu mea e mafai ona tatou. Latou te faia foi musika ma tautala moni lava le Agaga io latou fatuga. Faatagaina salalau e faapea foi! Tatou te faia lenei mea mo le malo Na o outou. Email livin4christ4lyfe@gmail.com .. Faatagaina fesoasoani i uso. Alolofa ia te outou uma.

  22. Jessicatali

    Awesome Blog thank you Lord for rebuking me via this Blog, i need to start braggin on my Lord Hallelujaah! :-)

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  25. Terencetali

    mamana! 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)!