I have a point and social media.

In a recent Barna Survey U.S. adults were asked if they ever get involved in arguments on social media; more than half (55%) say never. A quarter (24%) say it's a rare occurrence, while one in five argue online at least some times (21%). In the present culture of "fake news", "trolling" and such unique manifestations of communal interaction, one is surprised and relieved that the percentages above are not higher.

James 3:17 says, "But the wisdom that comes from heaven is first of all pure; then peace-loving, considerate, submissive, full of mercy and good fruit, impartial and sincere." How many of us have not read or heard something on social media and "lost it"? My point being, who are we representing and what are we representing? If we sincerely believe in the Holy Spirit within, then an alignment to that truth should be evident, similar to the scripture I have quoted.

This takes faith. Somethings to hold our tongue can seem to need 'mountain moving faith'. Don't abandon who you really are - one called to be an ambassador of the indwelling King, who's Kingdom you are representing.















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