The Character Characteristics

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Well last night I wrote and published quite an angry post about unexciting aspects of male character that I would find hard to live with. However overnight I’ve been able to have a wee little think and this occurred to me: the reason why I have come across those kind of character flaws at those levels of intensity from supposed “Christians” is because of the low standard of churches I have been exposing myself to, and the low standard of commitment to Christ that they demand of their members. Of course no church is perfect and even in the most committed churches you will get people who are not spiritually very serious, and even the most serious Christians will have their flaws and their failings that they will be working through. However, there is still such a huge, huge difference in character between people who are truly committed to Christ…and people who are not. So my first priority then is to make sure that the people I surround myself with are truly committed to Christ, then hopefully I will not need to worry so much about those types of character failings. My great hope is that, moving forward I will be surrounded by so much spiritual sincerity that I will happily be able to forget all about those less-than-wonderful “Christians” I’ve previously had the un-privilege to meet.

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Yesterday’s article: The Characteristics AKA Angry Ranting Post

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