Are You An Inspriation Or An Aggravation
July 7, 2008 7:48am CST
For those who consider yourself to be Christian; Do you consider yourself to be an inspriation or are you an aggravation? As Christians, we should all try to be an inspiration to others in one way or another. Some of us can't help but be an aggravation every once in a while. If you are an ispiration, how do you try to inspire others? If you think you are an aggravation, what did you do to aggravate someone else? How can we as Christians overlook those little aggravations and turn them into inspirations? How can we stay inspired?
7 Jul 08
Hi, I don't really consider myself to be an aggravation. On the other hand , I don't see myself as an inspiration either. I try to do my best. But, I find in this day and age, it is getting harder and harder. But then again, the last book of the bible all ready predicted this coming. Take care, Margajoe
• United States
8 Jul 08
I think that's the crux of the issue Margajoe.....With the way things are moving, all things considered, we cn continue to try our best, trying to inspire rather than aggravate. No matter how hard it gets, as long as we know where we stand, I believe we'll survive. The more we can inspire the better we might feel.
8 Jul 08
For me, the best way to stay inspired instead of becoming aggravated is to look at others through the eyes of God. When you realize that God loves everyone no mattter what, you will start to see them that way. No one is perfect and we will all get on each other's nerves once in a while. Some things can be overlooked and others must be talked through, but everything can be forgiven.