Walk Circumspectly With Wisdom

What you sow, you reap!

If you have passed the period of infancy, you learn that life isn’t always fair!

Some people are rude, crude, liars, and deceivers; but despite their faults, we must still pray for them, say “please”, “thank you,” and “I love you,” when it is appropriate and required.

In your interactions with others, always ask yourself…. “Am I teaching a lesson,” “Am I learning a lesson” or “Am I the vessel through which a lesson is being taught?”

Time and circumstances can change in an instance! So don’t hurt or devalue anyone as you traverse this earth, because you will reap what you have sown! You may be powerful today, but remember…. time is more powerful than you!

One tree makes a million matchsticks! But it takes just one matchstick to burn 🔥 a million trees (and human lives!)!

So don’t think more of yourself than you should! Remember, …. you’re just a vapor!

“Look carefully then how you walk! Live purposefully, worthily and accurately, not as the unwise and witless, but as the wise (sensible and intelligent people), making the most of your time because we live in evil times! Therefore, do not be vague, thoughtless or foolish, but understanding and firmly grasping what The Will (The Word) of The Lord is! — Ephesians 5:15-17

Published by mrsolakunleoluwole

A woman of God, wife, and mother just seeking His face and to do God’s Will while spreading The Word of God. My husband, Olakunle, who writes the blog “To God Be The Glory — Fellowship of Praise,” and I pray to be a blessing to the men and women of God who read the blogs, and through my witness, and sharing of God’s Word. Amen 🙏🏽

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