Posted by: Pure Glory | 05/25/2022

Got Any Character Flaws?

by Apostle Gabriel Cross

It doesn’t require much character to point out someone else’s flaws. But it is great character, when one can admit that one has flaws. The things we accuse others of are usually the things we are guilty of doing to the Lord. Worship is realizing one’s imperfections, not everyone else’s.

From the book Raise My Love Level…Selah

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  1. Reblogged this on thehouseofprayers.

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  2. Powerful.
    Thank you for sharing

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    • Hallelujah! Evidence, you are welcome!

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  3. “Worship is realizing one’s imperfections, not everyone else’s.”

    True. We tend to see the splinter in someone else’s eye while missing the board in our own.

    Thanks for the reminder, brother.

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    • You, are welcome brother! So important to deal with ourselves and our flaws.

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  4. Truth!

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    • Yes! Turn the magnifying glass on yourself first!

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