Sunday’s #SelfieCheck on Bitterness- Link up # 2

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Welcome everyone to this week’s #SelfieCheck where the image of our hearts are examined.

“Examine yourselves to see whether you are in the faith; test yourselves. Do you not realize that Christ Jesus is in you—unless, of course, you fail the test?”

(2 Corinthians 13:5 NIV)

My friend Jodie Dye and I are partnering in a new series on Selfie’s. We will be doing a weekly video or a blog post on examining our hearts each Sunday through out the summer. See our introductory video for more information. This will be a community link up to help each other in our journey for healing and freedom and growth.

This week on the #SelfieCheck series we talk about bitterness. Check out our video and please like, share and comment. What is reflecting on your Selfie today? And if you missed last weeks SelfieCheck on Jealousy, you can watch it Jealousy.

1. Link up your motivating post with the InLinkz button below when available.

2. Feel free to grab the Sunday #SelfieCheck button to display on your blog.

We would love for you to add a link to Sunday #SelfieCheck to lead others back here as well.

3. Then, this is the only thing we ask of you. Leave a comment on the post linked up right before yours.

We will keep this link open until next Saturday night.

Now it is time to fess up and link up:

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About ThasiaAwad

Hi everyone! I'm so glad you stopped by. I'm Thasia Awad, author of Lord Make Me Good Ground: A Personal Journey to Cultivating the Heart and Promoting Lasting Fruit. This book was written from a personal desire to become good ground, like the one Jesus spoke of in The Parable of the Sower. Before my pursuit, I thought this meant that I had to make sure I was the most presentable, respectable and upright Christian I could be in order to reap a harvests of good rewards from God. As this pursuit grew, I realized that the way I perceived the parable was all wrong because my heart was wrong and even though I looked the part, I rarely dealt with my heart issues therefore, never truly fruitful. As this parable unraveled and came alive in my life, the Lord showed me that He was not interested in making my outward man look good, but He was pursuing after the inner man (my heart) so that I could truly be good, which I also found was no one person’s job! This journey has challenged me in every way, to dig beyond the surface of my existence and has stripped me of superficial and worldly thinking of what it means to be fruitful. As a result, God was able to reach into my inner man and confront my secret motives, desires and the bondage of my subconscious mind that kept me unfruitful. I am still on my journey but I am also on a new journey that includes helping others to become more self aware of the issues that lie deep within their hearts in hopes to begin a path true fruitfulness in their lives.
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3 Responses to Sunday’s #SelfieCheck on Bitterness- Link up # 2

  1. jodiesdye says:

    Reblogged this on Jodie Dye and commented:
    Hey everyone, it is time for this week’s #SelfieCheck with your hosts Tha’sia Awad and Jodie Dye.

    Bloggers: Join the Link up party here!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Wow, what a fantastic theme! Hope to keep following you! Tweeting! Visiting you from Espressos of Faith via #FindStability! Blessings! Love the examination of the heart!

    Like

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