This Hebrews 12:2 message will help you get a clear understanding of the passage in that Chapter and verse especially as it applies to the situation of our world today. It’s a popular passage and it’s likely you have not been able to relate it effectively to help you personally.
Once in a while, l will be teaching relevant messages from some of these popular Bible passages.
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Let’s look at the passage for the Hebrews 12:2 message
Looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith, who for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and has sat down at the right hand of the throne of God.
How social media has shifted your focus
The social media especially Facebook has helped to shift the focus of some people away from God and how He is dealing with them. Today lot’s of people spend most of their day on Facebook and as a result see pictures, posts and comments from friends who have done everything to put their best pictures out for all to see.
Now you should understand that what people put on social media are the sweet sides of their lives and families. The ugly sides are kept away. Now if you use what you see as a guide or as a measure of what should be happening or not happening in.your life or business then you have missed something.
Hebrews 12:2 message: Your focus should be on Jesus
As you go through the post and pictures of others on social media, you should let your focus always be on Jesus and how He is dealing with you. It’s about you, your life and your God and not about them.
You should never condemn, get discouraged or get angry with God because a friend posted one sweet part of his or her life Facebook. Remember you don’t know the other stories that have been kept away. Now, you don’t even need to know that because it’s their lives.
Enjoy their stories and posts and let it end there. Let your focus be on Jesus, who is the author and finisher of your faith.
I believe you love the post. I want to make this popular bible passage to be very relevant to the situation in our world today. The Word of God will always be relevant for all seasons. Jesus is Lord.
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