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The Corinthian people had a low view of the body. They believed that it was unimportant and even described it as a tomb in which the soul is incarcerated. But the viewpoint of Scripture is crystal clear: Your body is the temple of the living God.
Read | 1 Corinthians 6:19-20
The world’s primary interest in the body is how it looks on the outside: How can it be shaped differently? How can it become more attractive or gain more attention? Regrettably, by worldly standards, success is often dependent on the condition of our bodies.
In contrast, how do you think God views the human body? Do you believe that He is interested only in the soul and spirit, or would you expect Him to also be concerned about our physical bodies?
Despite many popular misconceptions, the Lord is deeply concerned about our human bodies. In today’s passage, Paul confirms this truth when he writes, “Your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you.” Again, in 2 Corinthians 6:16, the apostle describes the human body as the temple of God. The context of this passage reveals many of the same errors in thinking that are common today. The Corinthian people had a low view of the body. They believed that it was unimportant and even described it as a tomb in which the soul is incarcerated.
Paul’s response is dynamic. He essentially cries out, “No! The body is not a tomb—it is a temple!” It merits our respect and esteem in the same way that the most holy place of worship deserves upkeep.
The viewpoint of Scripture is crystal clear: Your body is the temple of the living God. This should say something to you about its value and the way you ought to treat it. Furthermore, you should take God’s words as a warning against abusing, misusing, or ignoring your own body.
Taken from In Touch Ministries by Dr Charles Stanley
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How to keep the engagement going on social media?
Be consistent with your postings. For example post something daily, weekly or biweekly. By doing this you are creating a pattern for you audience to follow. They will know that daily, weekly or bi-weekly you have a fresh post and they will come out in full force to like it and leave their comments. Make sure the gap between post is reasonable and not too lengthy.
On the other hand when there is no set pattern they come and there is nothing fresh, they go somewhere else. The momentum is broken and the engagement dies.
Another thing is to keep the conversation going if someone leaves a comment, respond to the comment and use the person’s name.
This creates engagement and everyone likes to feel and be accepted. No one likes to be ignored. The principle is the same as when you are meeting someone for the first time and when you are in a conversation with someone.
You welcome and you respond. You welcome new followers and you respond to their likes and comments. Take it a step further, see their page and leave
Give space between you and the person. Be polite, examine your words carefully. Be encouraging. Listen! Say
I’ll say more about that later.
Who are you on Social Media and what do you represent?
This needs to be clear!
Use a visible picture of you in the profile picture section to represent you on Facebook.
Use the Cover Picture for everything else. (Cats, dogs, flowers, symbols, babies, food etc)
Chose one picture and use it. Be consistent and do not create confusion for your audience/followers. Use the same picture for Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube etc.
You cannot be a dog today, a baby tomorrow and a symbol another day and then a plate of food for next week and faceless next month.
You must make up your mind and find one picture that you like and use it to represent you.
If someone is looking for you and you have a common name like Debbie Miller-Curtis . Make it easy for them to find you and follow you on any of the social media channels by using a picture that is clear and represents you.
If you have questions please inbox me and I will be more than happy to help…