The Seasons for Thanksgiving

I don't know about you guys, but my favorite time of the year is this time of year. Thanksgiving is over and it is time to put up the Christmas lights as we eat leftover turkey and pumpkin everything. Sometimes I listen to Christmas music in June because that's how much I love Christmas. (Yes, … Continue reading The Seasons for Thanksgiving

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“I Love You, But…”

My amazing friend, Sylvia, started a blog! I love it!

Below the Surface

I watched an awesome video yesterday on YouTube. It was a conversation panel of sorts composed of members from the Bethel Music worship team. Throughout the 1 hour video they discussed a variety of topics, but the one that stuck out to me the most was as follows:

The difference between

“I love you, but…”

and

“I love you, and…”

As per my character, I pondered on the difference between these two expressions for quite a while. What makes these two expressions different from one another? Is the tone in which the expression is delivered relevant or crucial?

This topic reminds me of a certain episode of Game of Thrones (Yes I watch that show) where one of the characters says, “Nothing someone says before the word ‘but’ really counts.” Well, there you go.

But seriously, I can recall many times in my life as a leader and…

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