Good advice for baseball players, great advice for Christians!
As Christians, we have made a commitment to God and obedience to His will.
Jesus taught that we must be more than slightly religious.
If the world wants to call us weird and awkward because of the way we act and the things we do, then so be it.
When individuals ruin their reputations, it hurts the rest of those who are working in their fields.
I’m just like you. I’ve heard it a hundred time. But hear me out on this one.
During a visit with a retired Air Force Brigadier General, he reminded me of the first rule pilots are taught: FLY THE PLANE!
If we will do all can to insure our physical lives, should we not do the same for our spiritual lives?
In my mind, when you ran aimlessly, that means you were just flailing around like a newborn giraffe trying to run, like someone who lacked any kind of coordination. However, I don’t think that’s what Paul meant at all.
Chasing the elusive mirage of happiness and contentment in something newer never succeeds.