Is this all there is? Part 2

I have been thinking about life here on earth and how while it’s important to accomplish things here (buying a house, fixing up a house, having children, wanting to lose weight, wanting people to know God), we have to remember to not make these pursuits idols. The bible warns us to keep away from idols in 1 John 5:21. Now I understand that it can be quite tricky to recognise when we are making our pursuits idols ,especially from the list above, because they seem like good things, but if we slow down long enough to think about why we want those things, it might reveal that these things are slowly becoming idols. So the title reads “is this all there is?” the answer is no! and I would challenge you to slow down and think about your pursuits which are good and important, but to remember that those things are not all there is. The bible tells us in Matthew 6:33 to seek first God’s kingdom. So that means the priority in our life should be the things that God says are important, like focusing on the eternal and not the temporal. Again I say nothing wrong with pursuits but “is that all there is?” in this life? No! So please comment down below with things you might struggle with in your pursuits and let’s encourage each other by being honest and let’s all pray for each other that we may remember to seek FIRST the kingdom!

Always Love ❤

Is this all there is? Part 1

I have been thinking a lot about my life lately and what it should or could look like. As a person who is a visual learner its really important for me to watch how others do things so I can learn or take away some things that is being shown to me. I have been watching a YouTuber name Jonna Jinton, she is a Swedish woman who has a variety of talents and has been inspiring and challenging me to think differently about my life. I have been really thinking about how my life is to look as a christian in the practical sense. I have read so many books and listened to so many sermons on how to live and a lot of them seem to be exhausting if I am honest, and some are helpful as I am able to glean from some wisdom. One of the things I am learning from watching a lot of people who live off grid or have chosen to be near nature etc.. is the lack of the rat race living and thinking. So one of the things that I have been challenged to think about is whether or not the life I live is actually glorifying God or am I living a life that is a “this is how its always been done” kind of life and I’m not too sure how I feel about that. I want to ask you what’s your answer to this thought? I wanna leave this here as this is a huge question that may take time to think and pray through. I will be writing more on this, but I just wanted to have a conversation and see what others think about this particular thought. Let me know in the comments!

Always Love

Introduce Yourself (Example Post)

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