Hello The Penn Speaks Family!
Of course none of us ever look down on others 😉 but it never hurts to be reminded that we should treat others as we wish to be treated. I’m currently in the process of reading the book of I Samuel, and a recurring theme is how the Lord not only elevates the lowly but uses them to do great works for the Heavenly Kingdom. So this means two things for us:
1.) If we get to looking down on others, they just might be the ones the Lord uses to set us straight
2.) If we are the ones others are looking down on, we are prime pickings for the Lord’s army
May we continue to grow spiritually in the Lord together. Until next time, have a blessed day!
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In addition to being the founder of The Penn Speaks and Your Black Poets, she is also the author of Ephemeral Moments: a book of poetry and short stories exploring issues such as domestic abuse, struggles of faith, and contemporary love from the perspective of a black Christian woman (available on Amazon). As a rising playwright, Miss Penn is an inductee of Alpha Psi Omega National Theatre Honor Society and a member of the Dramatist Guild of America. She uses her gifts of writing and the performing arts to testify to the glory of God’s greatness both inside and outside of the church. Click to follow Ayvaunn on Facebook and Twitter.