One Reason I’ve almost given up Facebook

Here’s the deal, I really like Facebook.

I do.

I actually like it a lot.

I see so many great things about Facebook and I use it quite a bit. It is a POWERFUL tool for ministry and prayer.

But…

And, it’s a BIG BUT…

There is really one reason that stands out that I have almost given up on Facebook. Really, I’ve come close. I’ve actually thought about deleting the whole thing because of this reason.

Don’t get me wrong, there is a lot I don’t appreciate about it…but, its not enough to almost wipe it out of my life.

The One Reason

So, here is the ONE and only reason I’ve almost given up on it…

All the negativity! 

Seriously, some days I just can’t stand it! Most days I just post stuff because I’m afraid of coming across a water fall of negativity.

Now, I don’t know all of my Facebook friends personally. But, I would say about 60% of them are Jesus followers and still…waves and waves of negativity! 

Complaining about the snow, the cold, the ice, the President, their church, school, neighbors, dinner, motherhood, their kids, their spouse and don’t get me started on sports.

I love sports…but I can’t deal with all the negativity people have towards coaches. Hoy CRAP!

So, how about this. Instead of being stinking negative, we infuse some positivity.

What do you think?

Just start with a little.

Is your life that tough?

Does life suck that bad?

I mean, come on! If you know Jesus and He has paved a path for you to spend in eternity in heaven, stop the whining and moaning!

Be positive.

Represent Jesus.

Encourage.

Just a thought.

 

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