To end the day…Short… and sweet?

I have just been on Facebook which has confirmed me in my  intense dislike of soundbite truths that a lot of the Christian world seems to love these days.  They are all over the place in great abundance tonight! By “soundbite,” I mean a short phrase that obviously the contributor  rather annoyingly feels sums up Christianity… but it rarely does! However rather than write at length about my dislike and justify it, and name and shame some of my friends publicly for their irritating little phrases,  I allowed God in on it and He seemed to help me see something that I have had great difficulty in believing over the years that I want to share with you. Here is my contribution to the world of “soundbite” Christian sayings. It is written in the style of many of the psalms, in other words it says the same thing in two different ways. Hopefully that will convince some of you of its orthodoxy even if you remain suspcious of mine! Here it is:

“I am not always right…

…I sometimes get it wrong.”

Come to think of it, is it “Soundbite” or “Soundbyte” and should that have been a colon or a semicolon?

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2 comments on “To end the day…Short… and sweet?

  1. George Wilson says:

    Proverbs are a bit like that I find!

    Thanks for the the word’s once again Kenny.

    Paul, after he was Imprisoned said that it made the fellowship bolder in sharing the good news about Jesus Christ.

    However, some proclaimed Christ from envy and rivalry, but others from goodwill.

    What does it matter?

    Just this, that Christ is proclaimed in every way, whether out of false motives or true; and in that I rejoice! (Phil 1:15)

    We all tape baby steps deeper into Christ and then occasionally there are giant leaps we are given grace to accomplish.

    It is all tied up in the mysterious wonder of God!


  2. Kim Ennis says:

    George Wilson
    wisdom God has given you. Thankyou for sharing. God is good all the time and all the time God is good. Amen.


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