India 🇮🇳 the one place I spent on this earth, where self reflection, my current world view, and purpose all collided to form the broken man I am today. I have been and still am a seeker, but now, I have begun to listen to the teaching my blood whispers to me. The journey has taught me to be self aware, instinctual, and inspired.
Everyone should take a journey like this at some point in their life. We live a blessed and comfortable lifestyle. With a pill and a prescription for everything. Each one of us has a responsibility to see the world for what it is and to experience life outside of their comfort zone. This, is the only way to grow and truly discover who you really are. “When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.” 1 Corinthians 13:11 #selfreflection#Biblestudy#journey#india
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A careful reading of 2 Corinthians 9 is quite eye-opening. One of the things we see is a cycle of giving that includes the gracious giving of God, the generous giving of those who have received from God, and the giving of thanks from those who have received from God through others. The abundant giving of God is prominent (v. 8). His giving is evident in nature and other areas (v. 10). He enriches us so we can be generous (v. 11), and His gifts include grace that cannot be measured (v. 14). His ultimate gift (the gift of His Son) is “indescribable”—words are inadequate to communicate its worth (v. 15). Generous givers are next in the cycle. Having been enriched by God, the riches received are to be shared with others, especially with those in the family of God (vv. 1-5; see also Galatians 6:10). Lastly, the giving cycle continues with the giving of thanks—thanksgiving to God, the giver of every good and perfect gift. People are recipients of and conduits for God’s bounty, and God—the ultimate Giver—gets the thanks and the glory! What are some ways you can participate in the cycle of giving?