The Comparison Culture

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  1. Alexis

    Its a question of being in the world,but not being of the world.
    I think that as long as we are in the world there will continue to be some measure of person-to-person comparison in our lives.I don’t think we will ever be able to dispense with the need,as social animals,to seek the acceptance of others.

    I think the crucial question then is:acceptance by which persons or group of persons?In other words,which kind of persons’ acceptance do we crave?Put in other terms,what kind of fellowship do we crave?Are they of the type that will glorify God,and edify us and others?

    If we opt for the right sort of Godly influences in our lives,we shall gradually and increasingly be conformed to the image of Him that God expects of us.But remember,we are a work in progress.We seek perfection,but we cannot attain it as long as we are in this world.

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