I sense that there are people who read my blog prepared to discredit anything I say. They look out for my biblical references and immediately misinterpret my thoughts and opinions. I love when people pull the “practice what you preach” card.
First and foremost, I’d like to say in clear plain text:
My blog meets no standards.
In other words
When I write, I don’t follow any rules.
In other words
My blog is about how I express myself when it comes to being a Christian and that includes flaws.
We need to learn how to read blogs with an open mind and understand that everyone has their own opinion about … Life!
Don’t shove your ideas down someone else’s throat and write a condescending comment as if you know it all.
When it comes to my blog, I write exactly how I feel. I have no interest in making up some silly story that will make me look any type of way. My normal self is interesting enough.
If I want to write that I was once upset at God or that I wanted to punch people in the face, I’m gunna write it. Since when did being a Christian signify being perfect. Since when did God say “pretend that you got it all together” um no.
I admire people who are honest about their true feelings and don’t try to cover it up to look like a pretty pretty pretty holy princess.
Next time you look at anyone’s webpage, blog, social media, etc. Appreciate their perspective. If you don’t agree with their idea, don’t look down on them.
Don’t be condescending.