Child of the World – What you see is what you get! Part 1 of 3

imgresWYSIWYG – What you see is what you get – used in the retail industry, advises buyers beware because what you see is what you are purchasing. No guarantee. No return for non-performance. Check it out before you pay for it for once the transaction is completed the deal is done.

What is WYSIWYG in our Christian faith?

 

It could mean daunting giants challenging our faith as the 10 spies saw in Canaan land.

It could mean hopelessness and depression for sicknesses, circumstances, and predicaments beyond your control – yes, hopelessness in self

It could mean giving up the fight as you feel weak under the burden of shame and guilt

It could mean distrust, bitterness and hate for those around who have hurt you and caused you to suffer loss.

What do you see?

Perhaps this song “What do you see?”  from Singapore will  trigger what you can see or should see.

Take time to update – What do you see?

Achievement is tied to what you see.

The Word says, All things are possible, only believe.

To be continued tomorrow in Part 2 of 3.

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