The Real You

By   •   March 9

woman reflection

Experts have told us that society is sick. Their solutions have treated human frailty with infusions of low-income housing, welfare payments, integrated education, and psychological conditioning. But we are learning that this is not the total answer. The world does need changing, society needs changing, the nation needs changing, but we never will change it until we ourselves are changed. And we never will change until we look into the mirror of our own soul and face with candor what we are inside. Then freely acknowledge that there is a defect in human nature, a built-in waywardness that comes from man’s natural rebellion against God. I am not preaching now, just trying to give you an understanding of what makes you tick. But I also expect to show you that, in the end, you can find your answers only in a personal relationship with God.

Read Billy Graham’s classic message, “The Problem with Our World”

Prayer for the day

It is useless to hide the real me from You. I pour out this day all my innermost thoughts and feelings, Lord Jesus.

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49 Comments

  1. ShemMA says:

    …but THROUGH FAITH IN GOD we are changed from glory to glory. Galatians 2:20 😇

  2. ShemMA says:

    There are so many things that are trying to influence us and sometimes weaknesses overtakes our idividuality…

  3. ShemMA says:

    Indeed, Christ is the answer.

  4. Rosario Lewis says:

    Change my heart O Lord. Make it ever new. Make it just like you. Lord thou I know that I can never be like you but I know your grace is sufficient. I am saved through your grace. Glorious God. I come before You a sinner. Cleans me a make me the person I ought to be. All types of thoughts come in my mind but I know I am saved by your grace. Amen.

  5. Gerry says:

    God knows each of us better than we know ourselves. After all , he created each and every one of us. Both believers and unbelievers, alike. We can accept this great truth, or reject it, as we have a free will. However that choice, is the most important decision we will ever make … because it has eternal consequences. Believe it, or not.

  6. Joyce Paul says:

    We cannot change the past, but God is changing us for the future. God Richly Bless you and your BGEA! Amen.