Bible Study: This Unusual Thing Can Keep You from Achieving Your Real Estate Goals
I was reading through the book of Matthew 18:9, and it had some eye-opening insights about offense and how it can impact our real estate goals.
Jesus said that it’s better to not have any hands than to be constantly worrying about offense. It got me thinking that when we get offended, it’s often because there’s a grain of truth in what the other person is saying. Jesus is trying to tell us that if we see a little bit of truth in their words, it’s important to address it rather than hold onto offense.
He goes on to say that if our brother or sister offends us, we have to address it right away, rebuke them if needed, and forgive them if they repent. Holding onto offense can affect our decisions in life and even impact our real estate journey.
The passage also mentions that the eye of the lamp is the body, and if our eyes are healthy, our whole body will be full of light. This reminds me that having a clear mindset, addressing offense, and maintaining a positive outlook can have a profound impact on our real estate goals.
So, let’s take Jesus’ wisdom to heart and strive to handle offense in a healthy way, so it doesn’t hinder us from achieving our real estate aspirations!