Breaking rules

Posted: February 22, 2019 in belief, education, hope, life, love, music, personnel characteristics, Relationships, religion, words
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There are things we used to be able to say and do in our daily life, which if we did them now, would break the rules. For example:

  • Words that are considered no longer appropriate to describe someone.
  • Actions that once were an everyday occurrence are now seen as insulting.
  • Wearing items of jewellery such as a cross are now deemed in many places to show bias and incite hatred.
  • Many schools ban any talk about Jesus or God when previously that’s where so many were taught about God’s love for them.

How can it be wrong to speak God’s name anywhere, particularly in our schools? If we don’t teach children who God is and how much he loves them, they will potentially grow up never having heard about God, and I believe that is definitely wrong.

When did it become breaking a rule
To say your name out loud in school
When your names the only one that sets us free
When did it become incorrect
To speak the truth about life and death
When your life gave us all eternity

Jesus gave His life for us, so we could live as we do today. We must repay Him by breaking the rules, and telling the world about Jesus!

Comments
  1. Dianne says:

    I see someone has given your post 2 out of 5 stars! Wot this is fantastic post reminding us that not all rules are one which support our Christian beliefs. Not sure what that person was thinking, can only guess they they didn’t like some of the rules you listed.
    Your post is great. Keep up great work 🙂

    • Dot says:

      Thanks for your words of encouragement hug lots of however I don’t blog to get high ratings -it would be great if it did but that’s not main priority for me – I simple want to share my faith and my life experiences with those who want to read my blog.

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