Have you tried enough?

“For wherever the carcase is, there will the eagles be gathered together.” Matthew 24:28

Like attracts like. There is no doubt that in life, you will always attract your like. People like you will surely be the one that will come into your life.

It is like magnet though you never see it. I will call it a spiritual magnet. The way you are, your attitude, your life and how you operate in life will bring the people like you into your life.

Often, you don’t ask for it, I mean you don’t expect these types of people in your life. And you might be wondering how come they are there.  In fact, there is every possibility that you hardly take note of your life and the way it is.

This is why you need to be conscious about how you live your life. Do not be surprise when you have lots and lots of Gypsies as friends. You may not like having them in your life but the truth is you ask for them. This is hard to accept but take a pause and check out your life.

There, you are likely to find out that all along, you too have been living like a Gypsy.  I can boldly tell you that no gypsy is bad. I just used this as example.

If you want to be modest, to such point that people see you as perfect, then you need to be careful with your choice of friends. Don’t say you are Christian, someone filled with the spirit of the Lord and you are always seen in a bar parlour.  Let people see you as you say you are.

To be a Christian, then you have to let go of so many things. Being pure is hard but the goals are rewarding. Being holy is not a child’s play but the end result is everlasting.  Move with people who are indeed and sincerely Christians. Share their passion for Christ. Join in their congregation meetings. Spend times with them and learn to show that you genuinely love them.

It is your choice but you must understand that your life, I mean your Christian life is much more influenced by the people you move with.

Be careful.

Peace!

Published by Ehiyeh-sh’Ehiyeh

“Once I was young, and now I am old. Yet I have never seen the godly abandoned or their children begging for bread.” ‭‭Psalms‬ ‭37:25‬ ‭

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