“My Rights for His Righteousness”
This may sound simple phonetically. But take a minute to think about what this truly means.
I’ve always been a very opinionated lady. Ever since I was a little girl I remember always being someone who could never really be told what to do. Grant it a lot of scenarios in my life, and the culture we live in, made me take up the “I have the right to do anything” approach to most things. My entire entrance to adulthood reflected that thought approach. I felt like I had the right to do anything and everything that I wanted to do and say what I felt needed to be said. The problem with that though, is that the only person you’re really considering in that mindset is yourself. I’m sure if you look above you will notice all the I’s mentioned. And living in the “I” zone of life will keep us from ever seeing from the Christ perspective.
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