There is so much good that can come from the use of the tools we use in this modern era, but it can also consume us in unhealthy ways. In today's episode, we will touch on my social media journey, and parse out some positives and problems.
"Little has exposed our societal addiction to outrage more effectively than the internet has."
"Our silence can be more hurtful than our speech."
"If the end goal is simply “I’m right, and you’re kind of an idiot,” that’s probably a good indication that tongue-holding may be a good idea."
"Ultimately, our goal should be to honor God and to love our neighbor."
Psalm 1:1-3, Psalm 77:12, Psalm 111:2, Psalm 145:5, Psalm 8:1-9, Luke 12:24-27 CSB
How often do we pick and pull at imperfections until all that is left for us is something completely unraveled?
Daily renewal may often involve daily forgiveness. It’s a practice that produces strength over time.
Unforgiveness is a glorified game of comparison in which we try to make ourselves the standard idol of righteousness and put the other party in positions in which they can never add up.
Ephesians 4:22, 2 Corinthains 4:16, James 3:5-10 CSB