knowing your place and adjusting you relationships


When in the presence of someone more knowledgeable, think twice before speaking. and be careful to speak quickly among fools (You know whom in which im talking)
Prov 23:9(Speak not in the ears of a fool: for he will despise the wisdom of thy words.)

By understanding others, we can see what we know and don’t know.
Don’t be afraid to ask others for advice. (Seriously!!) ASK!!!!
If you don’t take control of your life, you’re being manipulated by others. ( If you dont write your history, someone will right it for you!!)
If the moment calls for it, take the lead. (When in charge take charge!!)
You were created to fulfill your unique role in life.


Being sensitive to others is one of the most important steps in knowing your place. Don’t just “be” with people. Notice them. Where are others strong and where are they weak? That will help you better understand where you stand.

Analyze the dynamics of your important relationships. Is it a teacher-student relationship? Or parent-child? Or equal friendship? Or some combination?

By asking these questions, you’ll be able to determine if your position is a healthy one. For example, a good marriage is one where both sides share their strengths and complement each other.

On the other hand, you might discover that some of your relationships are power struggles, constant battles for control.

Parents can sometimes treat a child of 25 the same as when he was 15. Or adult children can treat parents as they did when they were little. Correct this.

Hope this helps someone! Hit it! Helped me:) God Bless

About Defender of the Faith

A Direct Action Motivational and Missions Based Ministry serving God's people where so ever dispersed!! Rev. Gerald F. Poe Jr.

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