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Social Media etiquette

 

Timothy paints a wonderful picture of leadership as it pertains to the life of a Christian. If any of us aspire to lead others (which we all should), we must take the contents of 1 Timothy to heart and evaluate our lives from the inside out. Moreover, we should do the same for our social media posts, which are an expression of who we are and what we stand for.

 

What does your social media say about you?

1) Are your posts above reproach? (1 Timothy 3:2)

2) Are your posts nonviolent and not arrogantly confrontational? (1 Timothy 3:3)

3) Are your posts managed well and full of respect? (1 Timothy 3:4)

4) Are your posts more important than time with God, or your family? (1 Timothy 3:5)

5) Are your posts non-arrogant? (1 Timothy 3:6)

6) Are your posts respected, and do they portray a good name? (1 Timothy 3:7)

7) Are your posts sincere? (1 Timothy 3:8)

8) Are your posts reflecting your faith in God’s truth? (1 Timothy 3:9

Evaluate Yourself

Ask yourself these questions and evaluate your social posts. Why?

 

Because out of the abundance of the heart a person posts. (Luke 6:45)