Justifying Our Behavior

We often justify our behavior by claiming, “my choices concern no one but myself.” However, that’s not how life works. No one makes choices in a vacuum. Our wrong attitudes and actions do affect others. We may never realize the extent of the effects our choices have on the people around us and even on future generations! God wants us to avoid the multiplying effects of poor choices. He wants us to live by a godly standard, so that the good choices we make, and not the poor, will ripple through time for years to come.

Published by qschwengel

Experienced Realtor with a demonstrated history of working in the real estate industry. Skilled in Nonprofit Organizations, Microsoft Word, Coaching, Sales, and Customer Relationship Management (CRM). Strong real estate professional with a Bachelor of Arts focused in Communications, Public Relations and Business Administration Minor from Berry College.

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