Isn't that the truth?! Oh my, I've been preening before a mirror on far too many occasions. I'm finding that aging is a wonderful cure for that habit :) xo
Patricia, I love it! Yes, aging is making me want to avoid mirrors. And no 'selfies' for me!
It is alarming how insidiously and quickly, worship can be diverted away from Our Heavenly Father.
Lora, oh yes indeed. I am becoming more and more aware of how I look toward pleasing self rather than God, when I'd had absolutely no idea that was happening. "Insidious" seems just the right word for it. May Our Lord have mercy on me, and on all His people, and may He heal us.
Ha! I liked the two comments up above, especially the first one!
Me too, Patty. One day you will appreciate that first one even more (wink wink)... although I'd afraid YOU have a way to go yet before that time hits :).
Awesome words to consider!
Aren't they, Monica? Sometimes it doesn't take many words at all... just one little sentence like this one.... to make us stop and think.
Very simple words that communicate a tricky, complicated truth!
Yes, Jaime, complicated indeed. Thank you so much for stopping by!
Ouch!! How very true...it's just too easy to slip 'self' up onto that throne!
I said my own ouch when found this quote, Trish! Oh yeah....