Everyone Can’t be in Your FRONT ROW

Front Row SeatsLife is a theater so invite your audiences carefully.  Not everyone is holy
enough and healthy enough to have a FRONT ROW seat in our lives. There are
some people in your life that need to be loved from a distance.  It’s
amazing what you can accomplish when you let go, or at least minimize your
time with draining, negative, incompatible, not-going-anywhere
relationships, friendships, fellowships and family !

Everyone Can’t be in Your FRONT ROW.

Observe the relationships around you.  Pay attention to:  Which ones lift
and which ones lean. Which ones encourage and which ones discourage. Which
ones are on a path of growth uphill and which ones are just going downhill?
When you leave certain people, do you feel better or feel worse? Which ones
always have drama or don’t really understand, know and appreciate you and
the gift that lies within you?

Everyone Can’t be in Your FRONT ROW.

The more you seek God and the things of God, the more you seek quality,
the more you seek not just the hand of God but the face of God, the more you
seek things honorable, the more you seek growth, peace of mind, love and
truth around you, the easier it will become for you to decide who gets to
sit in the FRONT ROW and who should be moved to the balcony of your life.

Everyone Can’t be in Your FRONT ROW.

You cannot change the people around you…but you can change the people
you are around!

Ask God for wisdom and discernment and choose wisely the people who sit in
the FRONT ROW of your life.  Remember that FRONT ROW seats are for special
and deserving people and those who sit in your FRONT ROW should be chosen
carefully.

Everyone Can’t be in Your FRONT ROW.

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