Posted by: Pure Glory | 03/26/2022

Healthy Self Evaluation

by Apostle Gabriel Cross

Sometimes, hurt, betrayal, disappointments, and offenses come, (when one is looking through the eyes self deception). It’s easy to say that He or She did so and so to me, and then walk around playing the victim or pointing the blame completely, on the other person. But when looking through the eyes of God, it’s never completely the other person. One will look at oneself, to say,”What could I have done better or how could I have prevented this from happening or happening again?” So don’t be quick to throw away that which Yahweh has given to you.

SELF EVALUATION IS HEALTHY AND GODLY. However, UNRIGHTEOUS JUDGMENT is UNHEALTHY AND UNGODLY. The latter only tries to change the person, but self-evaluation changes you…Selah

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  1. Amen 🙏 In reality, I’m the only person I can be totally responsible for. We all make choices—good and bad. I pray I will see myself as God does. Always. Thank you, brother. His best to you.

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    • Brother, you have it! We are responsible for ourselves! You are welcome! Blessings!

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  2. Amen to that.

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  3. I am a believer we are given trials from which we can grow or help other to grow. Even it trials there is good.

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    • Yes! We must examine at ourselves first, so we can grow. When we hav been through the fire, and been refined, then we can share and help others.

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  4. Oh that log in my eye!

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  5. So true! Thank you for that reminder 🙂

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  6. Amen!! Thank you!!

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  7. Those who are without sin cast the first stone. This is the verse one should always remember before judging someone else.

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  8. This is so true, everytime an event happens, or we get offended or something goes wrong, there’s always two sides of the coin.❤️💙 Thank you for this.

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