The Power of Transparency



The Democratic party seems to have two options. Someone who is honest and someone who isn’t. I listened to Sander’s speech in Massachusetts today. He is the only candidate I enjoy listening to. I think he is spot on about Clinton. While I do not believe in his economic or social policies, he seems to be the most sincere and honest candidate running. He has little to hide because his life message has been consistent. His actions give evidence to his stated convictions. I see why people are drawn to him.

How consistent are we in the way we live and what we say we believe? It never hurts to reflect on who we say we are and whether our actions and attitude give evidence to our beliefs. If I say I am a follower of Christ, then I should believe in these words, “It is in Christ that we find out who we are and what we are living for.” And if I believe these words, then those who know me should be able to say about my life, “She trusted Christ and that is Who she lived for.”

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