Theres something deeply scriptural about that.
Well you started out with nothing, And you're proud that you're a self made man, But and your friends, they all come callin Slap you on the back and say, Please.
In the end, he sings that fans should link their pinky fingers and promise that they'll love themselves, which is certainly fitting since he has the army wrapped around his exceptionally small and cute pinky anyway.
But that also means we live in an age where attending church for attendances sake is dying.Either try to ignore them or I give them a voice.Generations ago, the church was a social and cultural hub as well as a missional hub.Well, thank goodness for I-Army, because fans have already translated the track for non-Korean speakers and the English translation reveals that Jimin's first solo song is a 2-minute-30-second track about loving yourself.In addition to faith reasons, people loved going to church because it was one of a handful of options available in a community as well as the main way (other than personal devotions) you connect with God.Stop Pandering to the Consumers As a church leader, what do you do in the midst of this?As my friend Reggie Joiner says, focus on who you want to reach, not who you want to keep.And I hope you'll know that's a lie.So I feel what the culture is feeling more than ever before.And love that doesnt flow out into the lives of other people isnt love.But to get there means crossing a line.There are many reasons why thats happening (.He sings that fans should be their own light so that they can find the strength to love themselves through thick and then (like he hopes to love himself).
Thats very different than consuming church in a back row, which you can just as easily do on your back deck.
And the church is at its best when we engage in the mission God has given.