As a Kardashian tweets a religious post, all of her fans will be inspired by her quote from the Bible. Do we need to see more of this?
Kourtney Kardashian turns to her Christian faith after her breakup with ex-boyfriend, Scott Disick. She turns to God for help and quotes the Bible on Twitter:
“There is only one lawgiver and judge, he who is able to save and to destroy. But who are you to judge your neighbour?” James 4:12
Her relationship with Scott was a long-term one, and she was left feeling lost so turning to her religion for her spirit is her saviour.
As a celebrity in the media’s eye, this cryptic post taken from the Bible is significant in showing that anyone can proudly post inspirational passages from God’s book, in bid to help and touch the hearts of readers.
Practicing Christians can admire Kourtney’s will to do this, and those who are not following God should see that it is not a bad thing to broadcast one’s faith – in fact it makes one a strong individual.
God highlights the importance of having faith at many points in the Bible. Ephesians 2:8 says: “For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God.”
To feel faith and hold it in our hearts and minds means holding it in our hands, and we can take our faith with us during any walk of life. It is a beautiful part of life.
After Kourtney Kardashian has been showing her religious faith off on her social media, onlookers have noticed her appearance dramatically improve.
They say that she could have had a lift from God and that anything is possible, any silver lining can be found when the focus on within is strong.
By connecting to our inner-self and state-of-mind we are positively energising ourselves, and as one thing is taken from us in life God will always provide an opportunity for another.
In an Instagram photo, Kourtney posted as the tag line: “Reminded that God has a plan much greater than we can imagine. #blessed”, showing that she is aware that God is within us and she is not afraid of her spiritual side, and He loves us no matter what, and the future will always be bright.