Friday, February 7, 2014

Saying “Yes” to God and “No” to the World

Every Christian goes through seasons of their life when they face temptation. And as a young adult in today's culture, living for God is not easy. Maybe you’ve decided to go into this new year completely focused on God.

But then the mean girl at school started spreading rumors about you. Or the popular one invited you to a party.

Although I have my own share of mistakes, I am now terrified of stepping out of God’s will for my life. I’m terrified of leaving him to do things my way, just to satisfy my own fleshly desires. I know that—if I leave God, I will not receive His best for my life.

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  1. My temptation as a teen is i am tempted to want to bust the eye out of the boy at school who has made me a bullying target just cuz i am disabled.

    1. I'm so sorry to hear that, Evan. Just remember that Jesus can relate; He was also treated unfairly. However, he tells us that we need to "turn the other cheek". (See Matt. 5:39). If you don't react to the bully and let God to deal with him, then God will reward you and punish him. Praying for you!


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