You’ve been so consumed by the thought of your significant other, you’ve forgotten about your friends. Especially me. It kinda hurts how you spend more time talking to them than me. I really hoped that you weren’t the type that gets so caught up in your “significant other” you’ve forgotten your real friends. Your real friends are those who will stick up for you when others won’t. They’re the ones that will catch you when you’re falling. They’re the ones who don’t judge you, but will keep loving you. THEY’RE THE ONES THAT WILL NEVER LEAVE YOUR SIDE. However, that “significant other” might even be there in the next year or two. That’s such the sad part.. Don’t forget who your friends are because they won’t forget you.
I just wanted to get some things off my mind and put my thoughts into words.
On Friday, my gosh that was such an eventful day. God moved, spoke, and answered prayers. Lately I’ve just been feeling a tug to talk to certain people lately and give them a real conversation on a real level. I decided to take that tug and talk to people who I felt needed encouragement and hope. Let me say, it was really uplifting for me myself because I felt that I was able to build stronger relationships with people. I was able to give advice to them and keep the conversation on a real level. I honestly thought that I shouldn’t throw too much “Bible answers” at them because that doesn’t really go anywhere for most people. What I did was give them a real talk about themselves and who they are. Every now and then I threw out Bible answers at them because I felt that they needed to be reminded of the presence and power of God. They needed to hear what God has been trying to tell them. I felt really good giving advice to these people because I know they can better themselves. I don’t like seeing people being broken down by words and actions. I like to see them be built up through the power of Christ and friends. As hypocritical I may sound, I know I’ve put others down because I am quick to snap at someone. I know that I’ve caused so much hurt in people that I’ve finally learned to let go of it. I finally learned to be able to drop my judgement of others and see them for who they really are and get to know them for who they really are. Through this process of talking to people, I was able to learn more about myself. I learned that as hypocritical as I can be, I need to start showing love to others. I need to love others as much as God loved me. He loved me so much, He set me apart from the world. He chose me out of the 7 billion people on this planet to be a follower of Him. He doesn’t see me for my faults, but sees me for my good. And that’s what I need to start doing. I need to see the nice in everyone regardless of who they are. Not only did I also learn more about myself, I learned a lot more about others. I learned how I can see them as individuals through the eyes of God. I really have to thank God so much for leading me to talk to these 3 people. I am so blessed. :)