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My life is so perfect – I’m living out a fairy tale. My kids are amazing – they never throw tantrums. I have the best hubby in the world – we never fight.
Ever heard any of these? I often wonder about people who seemingly never have any issues in their lives. I read a blog last night that said that those types have “selective memory!”lol…
While I’m all about being positive, I also think it’s important to be real.
If people think you have this always perfect life, they won’t be able to relate to you. They’ll think they’re not good enough to be a “perfect Christian” like you. They’ll turn away from God because they’ll think something is wrong with them, otherwise; their life would be perfect like yours.
We do people a disservice when we put up a front like we have it all together 24/7. No one does. Yes, we need to maintain privacy sometimes and keep a united front. But there are also times when we need to take the walls down and be transparent.
I’ll start today. I am not perfect. But I’ll bet you already knew that.
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