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The One About Labels
Whilst I was helping to run a prayer space recently I was given these three stickers. It started with someone giving me the one that says Graeme and this was closely followed by my daughter giving me the crazy man … Continue reading
Posted in encouragement, Everyone is valuable, Faith, Life experiences, Loving one another, self worth, Treat one another the way you want to be treated Tagged building one another up, building up or tearing down, don't label people, encourage, encourage one another, encouragement, everyone is valuable, label jars not people, life experiences, love one another, one anothering, our value comes from God and not what we do, tell someone what they mean to you, treat one another well, who can you encourage?, words hurt, you are valuable Leave a comment
Stop calling him Doubting Thomas, God doesn’t like it!
Jesus appeared to his disciples after he had risen from the dead but Thomas wasn’t there. Thomas found it hard to accept that Jesus had risen from the dead until he had seen for himself and as a result many … Continue reading
Posted in Bible, change, Faith, forgiveness, freedom, Life in all it's fullness, Treat one another the way you want to be treated, words hurt Tagged 2 corinthians 5.17, don't label people, doubting thomas, God forgives, God is in the recycling business, God offers a fresh start, God sees the good in us, honest thomas, john 11.16, john 14.5-6, john 20.28, label jars not people, loyal thomas, new creations, thomas let us die with him, thomas the apostle, why is he called doubting thomas, words hurt 3 Comments