A haha ​​Ho ithorisa PT. 1

Ha ho na motho like lebitso droppers. U ba tsebang ba ke bua ka. Bao batho ba batla hore le tsebe hore ba tseba batho hore mohlomong u batla ho tseba. Ha ke nahana "namedropper,"Ho na le moshemane ea e 'ngoe eo hang-hang tluoa tabeng ea ho kelello ea. Ke feela kopana le eena e tletseng letsoho e ka makhetlo, empa nako le nako re nile ka bua, halofo ea moqoqo oa rōna o kenetse le marotholi pepenene lebitso.

O tseba tse ngata "nako e khōlō" batho ba, 'me o na le bokhoni ba ho sa utloahaleng ho ke thoba mabitso ao ho kena moqoqong oa leha e le efe. Mona 's ka mohlala o. ke re, "Hey monna, ke nako mang?"Karabo ea hae e: "Oh, it’s about noon. Reminds me of that time I played putt putt with Michael Jackson at noon in Paris.” Word?

ka botšepehi, Ho se feela bolela droppers hore irk re Leha ho le joalo. Ho batho ba neng ba ithorisa ka kakaretso. Re khathala ke ho mamela hōlileng banna ithorisa ka matsatsi a bona sekolong se phahameng bolo ea maoto (e 's nako ea ho fetela, mohlomphehi). We grow weary of our privileged friends that find some way to tweet about every exotic place they visit. 'Me ha re na ho se fele pelo ho hongata bakeng sa batho ba dintlha ka botlalo bakeng sa rōna le leng le ka ntlha ya theko e boima ba reka (ntle le haeba ba u rappers, ehlile). Hore na e lintho li covertly ithorisa mabapi le yo o tseba, kapa unashamedly bontša finyeletsoeng tsohle tsa hao, ithorisa feela ha ho pholile.

Khaotsang ithorisa

Ka mantsoe a, ho ithorisa ke ho "bua ka boithoriso." 'Me kaofela ha rōna re' nile molato oa lona ka ntlha e itseng. Ka linako tsohle e qholotsa leihlo moqolo ha ba bang ba etsa - e le ke hobane'ng ha re ntse re nka karolo ho itjarela oona?

Ikhantsetsa etsahalang ha u e-na ntho e 'ngoe (kapa ho etsa ho hong) kahoo hoa hlolla hore ebe u nahana hore mong le e mong o lokela ho tseba ka eona. 'Me a sa feela etsa ba lokela ho tseba ka eona, ba lokela ho elelloa kamoo hlollang u bakeng sa ea nang le (kapa ho etsa) e. Haeba re itlhahloba ka botšepehi u, re bolela lerotholi le ithorise ba ikokobelitseng le metsoalle ea rōna hobane re nahana hore ho etsa hore re batle molemo. Le hore 's hantle feela ke hobane'ng ha ho phoso.

Bothata ke seo hase sona seo u se ntse u ithorisa mabapi hase leholo. Ho ka ba. Bothata ke hore bofelo pakane ea ha le leholo hakaalo. Ntho efe kapa efe u se etsang ka lebaka la khanya ea botho sebe.

Lengolo bua le ntle ka matla mabapi le ea mofuta ona e ka puo ea boithoriso. Mohlala o mong o ka 1 Bakorinthe 4:7, eo ho eona Paul botsa, "U na le eng eo u sa kang ua e amohela? 'Me haeba u ile a fumana, ke hobane'ng ha u ithorisa joalokaha eka o ne a sa?"O ha e le hantle a re, "Lintho tsohle u na le o ile a fuoa ho uena. Kahoo ke hobane'ng ha u ithorisa hakaakang ha bohle u se entseng e ne e amohela mpho e?"

E mong le e lentsoeng boithoriso re bua ke thunngoa sepheo toba boemong Moetsi oa rōna. Mong le e mong ntho e molemo tsoa Eena, e bolelang ea mong oa rōna ea ka nka tlotla bakeng sa ntho e. khanya eohle a Bokahohle ke ea Molimo, empa re ntse u kamehla ho leka ho boloka ba bang ba bakeng sa rōna. Lefatšeng ditheo tsa thuto, nka tlotla bakeng sa ntho mosebetsi motho e mong o bitsoa kopa. Lefatšeng sebele, hore lintho li bitsoa ikhantsetsa.

qala ithorisa

Hantle hore di theohela tlase ka nako eo, tokelo? Le ka mohla, leha e le neng le ithorise!

Ha ke nahana hore ke haholo leo le bonolo hakana. Hase feela hore ke nahana hore u lokela ithorise ka linako tse ling, Ke nahana hore ke seo u se ba ile ba bōptjoa ho etsa. E-re ke hlalose hore.

Hopola, motso oa ikhantsetsa nahana ntho e 'ngoe le e-na ho le joalo ho makatsang hore ebe mong le e mong o lokela ho tseba ka eona. Rōna ba 'nile ba lopolla ke Jesu ha ba le ho hong ho ithorisa ka - Molimo ka Boeena. Haeba re tseba Molimo, re lokela ho joalo akhotsoang hole ke Eena eo re ikutloa re tlameha ho bolela hlomphehang Hae ho ba bang (1 Pet. 2:9). O boima haholo ho boloka le rōna. Jeremia 9:23-24 akaretsa taba hantle.

Sena ke seo Morena o re:
"A ke ke monna ea bohlale ithorisa oa bohlale ba hae
kapa ea ka motho eo matla ithorisa ba matla a hae
kapa morui ithorisa la maruo a hae,
empa a ke a ileng a ithorisa ka ithorisa ka sena:
hore o utloisisa 'me o tseba ho' na,
hore ke 'na Morena, ea sebelisang mosa,
toka le ho loka lefatšeng,
etsoe ka tsena ke se thabelang,"
declares the Lord.

Haeba u tseba Molimo, Ke batla hore le ithorise. Empa ha u etsa, don’t let it be in oa hao bohlale ba, kapa oa hao matla, kapa oa hao riches. Ho e-na, ithorisa ka Hae. Ithorise ka 'nete ea hore o tseba Ea tsamaeang le bohlale bo phethahetseng, matla ea matla 'ohle, me le ka mohla ho ipolaea maruo a mohau. Ho e-na le ho sebelisa mantsoe a hao ho fumana botumo ya hao, li sebelisa ho bontša theoha hae.

Bokahohle o tšoana ponahatso sebetsa nyeoe ea ho tlotlisa Molimo. Lefatše ileng ba bōptjoa ho bontša matla a Hae. Trees ile ha thehoa ho flaunt botle Hae. Animals ne ba duleng diatla ho supa boholo ba Hae. Le uena? O ile ha hahoa ho ithorisa ka Eena. Ka hona, haeba u ka etsa tlohele lebitso, e ke e be oa Hae.

o bolella

41 litlhaloso

  1. Justin HumphreyReply

    Thanks Trip. 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!

  2. JayReply

    HEY TRIP!!!

    I have something HUGE to share with you!! Kahoo, 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!

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

  3. Ben Sudderth IIIReply

    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

  4. David GainesReply

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

  5. SarahReply

    Absolutely agree with you! I never thought of being “a haha ​​ho ithorisa” 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.

  6. KARLONBURKETTReply

    “Re khathala ke ho mamela hōlileng banna ithorisa ka matsatsi a bona sekolong se phahameng bolo ea maoto (e 's nako ea ho fetela, mohlomphehi).” #Preeeach!

  7. KGRANTReply

    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!!!

  8. JamesReply

    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. Molimo a o hlohonolofatse, Trip.

  9. broChrisReply

    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. Molimo a u hlohonolofatse, #JesusIsKing

  10. BillyReply

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

  11. AmberReply

    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. Thanks bakeng sa kopanela boboleling.

  12. AlejandroReply

    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.

  13. IsaacReply

    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!! Molimo a o hlohonolofatse!! Tsoela pele mosebetsi o molemo!!

  14. JayReply

    Hopola Bakreste ba se nang bolulo ke le boleletseng tsona bashanyana ka? Ba hloka thuso.. thuso efe kapa efe e ne e tla bashanyana haholo. Molimo o tla fana ka empa esita le Jesu o ne a ke ke a etsa mesebetsi e moo ho ne ho se na le tumelo e matla. Mong le e mong ka LA e furalla ka lebaka la ho hloka tumelo ha bona. Lets tšehetsa 'muso le ho fana ka seo re ka khonang. Ba ile ba boela etsa 'mino le Moea hlile e bua ka se lyrics bona. Lets jala hore hammoho! Re etsa sena bakeng sa 'muso y'all. Email livin4christ4lyfe@gmail.com .. Lets thusa baena. U rata tsohle.

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  17. TerenceReply

    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)!