Itumọ ti To nṣogo PT. 2

Air Jordans wa ni ala. Mo ti ko wọ wọn Elo dagba soke tilẹ, nitori obi mi kọ lati ra mi ridiculously gbowolori bata. Mo ti ko fẹ o, sugbon mo mọ Emi yoo ko gba ọwọ mi lori kan bata. Ki Mo ti a ti fi agbara mu lati bawa - nipa dibon wọn kò tẹlẹ. Ti o ti a gun tọkọtaya ti odun gbiyanju lati parowa fun ara mi pe Reebok agbelebu oluko wà ara. Sugbon bi mo ti ni agbalagba, Mo mo Jordans wà gidigidi lati foju. Gbogbo awọn ti awọn ọrẹ mi ní a bata tabi meji, ati ọkan ninu awọn ọrẹ mi ti a downright ifẹ afẹju pẹlu wọn.

Nigba ti a titun ara wá jade, o yoo ko o kan da nipa awọn agbegbe Foot Atimole nigbati o ní diẹ ninu awọn free akoko; o si kọ aye re ni ayika si sunmọ ni wipe titun bata. O si ṣe daju o mọ gbogbo Jordani Tu ọjọ, oun yoo ra kanna bata ni orisirisi awọn awọ, ati awọn ti o yoo igba na Saturday Ọjọ dó jade ni iwaju ti bata oja. O fẹ mi lokan. Nítorí nipari ni mo ni lati beere ara mi, “Ohun ti o jẹ ki pataki nipa awon bata?! Kedere Mo n sonu jade lori nkankan.”

Ore mi ká aimọkan kuro pẹlu Jordans ṣe kan gbólóhùn. Boya otitọ tabi ko, o ti sọ rara ati ki o ko wipe awon bata wà tọ lesese aye re fun. Ohun ti Iru gbólóhùn ko ni aye re o ṣe?

Kini o nso?

ni mi kẹhin post, Mo jiyan wipe o yẹ ki a lo wa ọrọ lati ma ṣogo ninu Olorun dipo ti ara wa. Ati ki o Mo si lọ ani siwaju, wipe pé Ọlọrun dá wa fun awọn ti gan idi. Sugbon Emi ko ro wa bragging yẹ ki o wa ni opin si wa ọrọ. Ko nikan o yẹ ki a fọnnu on Oluwa pẹlu wa ète, a yẹ ki o tun ṣogo É pẹlú aye wa.

Ohun gbogbo ti o ṣe mu ki a gbólóhùn nípa Ọlọrun. Gbogbo onje ti o jẹ, gbogbo igbeyewo ti o ba ya, every hour you work says something about your Creator. So even if you choose to keep your mouth closed about Him, rẹ igbesi aye yoo si tun ni opolopo lati sọ. Awọn ibeere ni: kini o nso?

Ti o dara Works fun a ti o dara Ọlọrun

Ninu julọ olokiki Jimaa, Jesu wi yi: "Jẹ ki imọlẹ nyin tobẹ niwaju awọn miran, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven” (Matthew 5:16).

Jesu sọ fún àwọn awọn olutẹtisi lati gbe imọlẹ aye, ti o kún fun iṣẹ rere ṣaaju ki o to awọn miran. Ṣugbọn ti o ba se akiyesi ti o ko ni sọ, "Ki wipe awọn enia yio ri bi o iyanu kristeni ba wa." Awọn ìlépa ni ko wa ogo, sugbon ti awọn miran yoo "fi ogo fun [wa] Baba ti o jẹ ni run. "Wa iṣẹ rere nigbagbogbo ntoka si wa ti o dara Ọlọrun.

Ro nipa o. Ohun ti o ti sọ nipa Olorun ti o ba ti a ba amotaraeninikan eniyan ti o toju awọn miran bi idọti? Kí ni ti o ibasọrọ to Lásárù? Ko nikan ni o sọ pé Ọlọrun ẹda ni asan, sugbon o tun communicates ti a ba aarin ti awọn Agbaye. Bẹni ti awon ohun jẹ otitọ, ati awọn ti a ba besikale eke nípa Ọlọrun si elomiran.

Sugbon ohun ti o ba ti dipo, a wà strikingly selfless ati ki o gbe aye wa mọlẹ fun wa awọn aladugbo? Ohun ti o ba ti a ti fun daa lati ran pade awọn aini ti awọn miran? Ohun ti Iru gbólóhùn ni ti o ṣe nípa Ọlọrun? O communicates ti a ba ko ni aarin ti awọn aiye ati pe o wa ni nkankan sayin lati gbe aye wa fun. O ti fihan Olorun ẹda ni lati wa ni cherished, ati ti a fẹ lati fẹ awọn miran bi a ti sọ a ti fẹràn nipa u.

Gbogbo ipinnu ti o ṣe jẹ ẹya anfani lati wa ni a digi, afihan awọn ohun rere ti Ẹlẹda. Kọọkan keji jẹ ẹya anfani lati wa ni a atẹle, showcasing snapshots of His glory. And when those around us catch glimpses of that goodness, a gba lati wi fun wọn pe wa imọlẹ jẹ nikan a baibai otito ti rẹ.

Awọn otitọ ni, bragging pẹlu aye wa ati ki o wa ète lọ ọwọ ni ọwọ. Ti a ba nikan nṣogo pẹlu aye wa, eniyan le ro ti a ba o kan dara eniyan. Won yoo ko mọ ti compels wa lati gbe iru ti o dara aye. Ati ti o ba wa ọrọ sọ Ọlọrun jẹ iyanu, ṣugbọn aye wa sọ bibẹkọ ti, wa nperare padanu igbekele. A gbọdọ ṣe awọn mejeeji.

Ṣe It Clear

Se aye re sọ ohun nla nípa Ọlọrun? Rẹ onilàkaye bompa sitika ati Christian tatuu o wa ko to. Kí ni rẹ checkbook sọ? Ohun ti o ṣe rẹ ibasepo pẹlu awọn omiiran sọ? Kí ni iṣẹ rẹ eniye sọ? Mo mọ Mo ni lati ronupiwada ojoojumo ti aise lati ṣogo on Re bi mo ti yẹ. Olorun ni adajọ ju gbogbo, ki nigbati Mo n gbe ni ona kan ti o mu ki u wo kekere Mo n ngbe a luba.

Jẹ nibẹ ohunkohun ninu awọn aiye diẹ niyelori ju àjọsọpọ ibalopo, tabi a job igbega, tabi a bata ti Jordans? Dajudaju nibẹ ni. Rii daju aye re mu ki o ko o. O le dabi bi a ìdàláàmú-ṣiṣe, sugbon ma ṣe dààmú - ti o ni won itumọ ti fun o.

SHARES

24 comments

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  2. KThompfesi

    Great perspective for us 80s and 90s kids who remember the Jordan era vividly. laanu, I still see some of that kid in me and many times don’t realize it until after I’ve reprioritized just enough of my life to make a mess of things. Praise the lord for his grace and forgiveness! Glad I ran across your blog, keep writing for Him.

  3. HannahWellfesi

    This is so touching. It really makes you wonder how much is God’s light really shinning through your life.
    Time for me to make a rain check and a good evaluation.
    Thank you Trip Lee <3

  4. Michaelfesi

    Thanks is what I really struggle with, using my words to spread God’s glory. I like to let my actions do the talking, but that’s not enough and I’m becoming much more aware of that. Thanks for this and encouraging me to really go out there and spread His Word. I’m actually going out on my campus later to talk to people about Jesus. Gotta brag on Him!

  5. TreverlyHillzfesi

    This is indeed a very tough subject. But what about Christianity is easy, ọtun? The difficulty for me arises in living my life so that people see that it is the light of God shining and not just the light of another nice guy. Question for the community: What are a few nonverbals that we can incorporate so that people can differentiate our lives from the lives of other “nice & serving” eniyan?

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  7. Arliciafesi

    I am simply floored by GOD’s overwhelming conformation by way of your blog. In two separate occasions, we basically wrote about the same things. I’d love to share my writings with you. I even did the Jordan comparison and all!!!! As well as Matthew 5:16. Please let me know where I can share my own writings of self conviction. I indeed have a powerful responsibility of my pen and it is more evident after reading your blog!!! O ṣeun fun pinpin!!!

  8. Hollyfesi

    Iro ohun- nailed it! Thnk U, for allowing r gr8 God 2 use U to speak truth! I LUV the lyrics & try my hardest 2 live by: ‘Let my life be the proof of YOUR LOVE’. Everyday I pray, ‘Lord, use me for ur Glory today’.
    Thx & ❤ Trip :c)

  9. UnhaeHanfesi

    O ṣeun ki Elo fun awọn ìṣírí. It compels me to check my bankbook and work ethic…
    Pa soke awọn ti o dara iṣẹ!

  10. Malloryfesi

    O ṣeun fun yi! Your insights are encouraging and convicting. I def don’t give God the credit with my mouth as I am called to do. Good to see the Word in that we are called to boast…ati awọn ti o ni kan ti o dara!

  11. YouthExplosionForChristfesi

    This site is amazing ,very encouraging. Will be sharing your sermons with our youth. Your music has already inspired them, to have another way to give them God’s word that they will be receptive to is always such a blessing. Thank you for answering the call. Ibukun Ọlọrun.

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  13. Godsonfesi

    No longer will I let human nature dictate my behavior, but I will pray that my Maker, allows me to become more like my Savior