Oct 24

It’s Not About My Opinion Any More

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All my life I’ve been very opinionated.

I’m sure when I was little, it came off as a know-it-all.

In middle and high school, I was judgmental.

And now…I’m just trying to get to this place:

Where it’s no longer about my opinion, but about what God says.


We’ve all got opinions. And sometimes, that’s great.

What color I should dye my hair or paint my laundry room.

If I should work out by walking or go to a boot camp.

Whether I should keep my hair longer or go with a shorter style.

All great opportunities for me to express myself and my style.


When it comes to issues where God has spoken in His word, that’s where my opinions have to end. It doesn’t really matter what I think. All that matters is what God said. And when I come to the place, where there is nothing standing between me and obeying Him, that’s when He can really do something in me.

Will you join me?

Set our opinions aside and surrender to what He says. 




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