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Make Some Right Stuff

Updated on July 17, 2019
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Our life stages are unique, Kathy enjoys sharing her thoughts and stages through her writing and looks forward to learning about yours.

So much beauty in the simplest intimacies of nature!
So much beauty in the simplest intimacies of nature! | Source

This is the STUFF that drives us crazy

It's the stuff that gets us crazy as we get rattled and sidetrack, if we shake people up we allow most of the negatives to drop away? Given opportunity people are sincere, at least, they try to be. The dilemma presents when affected by the images in the universe! If we shelter ourselves too often, we lose familiarity with what's happening around us. We may as well grow complacent in our little groups as we shut ourselves off to others restricting their potential for strengthening in our lives. If our society remains locked, with agreeable little friends, we've chosen and admitted into our inner sanctum, soon after I suspect limits to any resolution and is this what we prefer? If we live as a representative of God’s people, we must live less discriminating and maintained.

True, we must refuel and invest ourselves with individuals who aspire to do well at least as best they can. When people around us follow Christ, this helps us continue to be better for Him. But, we must be careful not become trapped in our stuff, both material and emotional. Become a steadfast believer and move back to His Word prepared to explore His revelation as opposed to your own.

There is a mutual obligation to share the good news. We should seek to improve ourselves as disciples and bring others to it. Often personal agendas distract from the desire to open our circles, which limits our ability to share God's promises. We will answer the call to make our stuff useful for God's glory, so reach out and get to know people where they live, available and prepared to hear from one another's testimony.

The wrong Stuff

Question: Why is it that once the decision is made to follow Him, we don't always change the way we react to the STUFF?







Now, we are offenders of reacting to stuff! Sometimes when we worry about what others think we stray from the focus of what God has planned? When we find fault in another person instead of owning our part in the problem? The instant we allow our words or thoughts to judge or condemn, or choose not to treat a brother as one made in the image of the most loving God, we have missed the point. Often we forget that He sees everything, both in public and in private? We're not performing on a stage in one theater. Because His scene is everywhere and we can’t and should not want to hide our actions if they are for Him.

When in the midst of our narcissistic thought do we even stop to give thanks? Does this time consist of a quick bowing of the heads with a formal prayer or speech before plowing into a fantastic feast? Can't we take a second for consideration of those with nothing to eat or for the lost, lonely, homeless, addicted, imprisoned or hopeless? What if we stop worrying about material things or our wants long enough to go to praise Our Father and pray to Him?

This truth should not stir up guilt; still, how limiting we can be in our devotion, it becomes a habitual offense, do we become complacent? As humans, we distract ourselves from reality. While aware of the devastation that touches populations young and old we continue to deny it. Caught up in ourselves we lose sight of what's important, but the best way to get through life is not to worry yourself and instead help others.

When caring for others, we are no longer uncontrolled as foolish fakes! In this venture, we are working hard to be present Christ to everyone. Christians must become better at this selfless representation as God’s children, other times we slip. The point is we need to keep trying to recognize that we are dealing with our junk that takes away from God, and His plan for our lives.

So much stuff!

Don't let your stuff overwhelm you!
Don't let your stuff overwhelm you! | Source

The right stuff

Maybe we could take our stuff and get rid of it? It's time to shake things up! We might start with talking to someone, then someone who understands us frustrated or a person we have avoided, perhaps we start with a smile where there is a frown, reaches a hand out to someone who needs theirs held. Visit an old friend in need of a listener or work to understand someone you may have judged, but didn't know?

The truth of surrender is to admit that in the light of God all people deserve love and everyone's heart is as important as our own. Everyone is essential not only those from our inner circles. Often our rings change, what's interesting about that is, we can always come full circle in forgiveness. We can start by shaking our world up enough to let go of the negatives we hold. If we did more good deeds the positives would surface? It seems our society wants us to give more attention to the negative energy; the truth, people like to feel good. However, media and worldview keep us bound in the yuck and not the sum of life's good news! Where do you want to concentrate your purpose on the many stories of disaster or the one story of amidst the destruction? What a concept to believe in hope for the future and share that with others. This strategy we can get behind!

Our hearts are like flypaper for stuff. Hence, it will be immediate that thing will want to cling back to us. By making a repellent together walking in the light of Christ, we can find all the Right STUFF to get involved together. When we let the good stuff cling, we will see only the Christ-likeness within one another.






Family of Christians

Let's not just write it, lets not just sing it, let's not just say it or pretend it, let's DO IT!

Please, can we all try to do more of THE RIGHT STUFF?

We have some work to do people!

What do you think?

As we deal with our stuff are we to remain a Christ-like representation?

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© 2011 Kathy Henderson


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    • The Stages Of ME profile imageAUTHOR

      Kathy Henderson 

      9 years ago from Pa

      Sparklea you are a blessing as well ~ thank you for you kind words :)

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      9 years ago

      TO The Stages Of Me...THANK YOU for a great inspirational piece! I heard that "video" song on the radio the other day and I LOVED it, wondered who sang it and magically it appears on your Hub! Thank you God! Thrilled to see it and hear it. Keep doing what you are doing. You are a blessing, Sincerely Sparklea :)

    • The Stages Of ME profile imageAUTHOR

      Kathy Henderson 

      9 years ago from Pa

      Thank you anndavis25 I appreciate your input :)

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      9 years ago from Clearwater, Fl.

      What a delightful hub. Uplifting. Love the video of Francesca. You have a sense of humor and you seem sincere. Good job. Up and awesome and fun.


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