Change is a fragile process.
With encouragement from the right people, combined with diligence, perseverance, and vigilance, it can happen.
But what makes change so fragile?
Well, it takes courage to change and most people aren’t courageous.
Those are the same people who don’t like to see others change.
The saddest part is that most are family and friends.
Smiling in our face, but hating on you in their spirit.
They flatter you with phony but positive praise like, “I’m so proud of you, keep up the good work!”
Many people have fallen for this deception and been pulled into unhealthy relationships, damaging habits or false religions as a result.
What our community needs are friends who speak the truth no matter the cost.
When I say cost I mean cost as in sacrifice.
What if those friends don’t know the truth themselves?
Then it would be like a beggar asking another beggar where to find food.
If he knew he would get it himself.
God is in the changing business.
Some will see change on the job such as a promotion.
Others change in relationships such as from being single to becoming spiritually one with the person they love; also known as marriage.
God will change people by changing their ways from sinner to saints.
So when He began to change your heart and mind be careful who you share your joy with.
Change is fragile so handle with care.