Tag: Isaiah 64:8)

the potter and the clay

Is there anything we shouldn’t change? Yes, there is.

I’ve been writing about change this week. But before I go on, a conversation I had tonight with a young woman prompts me to write this as well.

When we’re talking about change, especially as Christians, I want to make it clear that we are NOT talking about changing one’s personality.

That’s not the change I am referring to. We are all born with unique personalities.

The definition of personality is: the combination of characteristics or qualities that form an individual’s distinctive character.

Our personality is what makes us respond to the world the way we do. We do change over the years. As we age, we often become more “tempered”. But our basic personality never changes. Nor should it. Continue reading “Is there anything we shouldn’t change? Yes, there is.”

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