Authenticity is underrated in today’s society. We all have our “public” persona and our “private” persona. We work to get it right! Stress follows as our result. Our motto is to guide our private persona at all cost unless we are with family and friends who know us intimately. God knows us in private and public. Let’s read Psalm139:1-6 (ESV).
Are You Frazzled? I awoke this morning with a list of about 10 things to do and immediately I felt frazzled and overwhelmed. Frazzled in the Cambridge Dictionary means: extremely tired in a nervous or slightly worried way after a lot of mental or physical effort. I knew my list was longer than I could … Read more
I’ve been having a difficult time for three days now because of the last Jetpack update for WordPress. I kept getting error messages and could not bring up my blog in WordPress.com. Finally, I emailed support for Jetpack and that is when I was told by email this morning that multiple plugins are conflicting with the update and the only thing to do is deactivate and delete those plugins and then I could run a “debug script” and my problem would be solved.
It took me much of the day deleting plugins and finding substitutes for what was needed (like security) and I am still not finished though it is now 10:30pm in Tennessee. I am not much in the mood to write tonight so I thought I would share some quotes on compassion or caring from the internet. I don’t know about you, but I could use some compassion and caring right now.
It is such an important part of our character to be caring and compassionate toward others. We start learning to care while children, taught by our parents and teachers. As we grow older, we learn from our church, our Bibles, and other adults model what it means to be compassionate or caring. If we are lucky enough to have a pet or two, we can practice our compassion and caring towards that dog or cat or guinea pig while playing and caring for them.
Anyway, I thought the quotes that I found said it much better than I could.
“How does God want us to respond to Christ’s awesome, merciful sacrifice for us? The Feast of Unleavened Bread shows us how to respond.” Source: The Feast of Unleavened Bread: Pursuing a Life of Righteousness