Monday morning confrontation.

It’s Monday.

Why do people hate Mondays?

Why do pastors and church leaders hate Mondays?

One reason could be because, as Seth Godin points out, Monday is the day that we have to confront ourselves.

We are our own biggest critic.

We are our own biggest competitors.

Some Mondays are tough because of that fact alone.

But introspection, and even confrontation, are good.

What do you need to pick apart today?

What will you do better next Sunday?

How did you do better yesterday than last week?

Go ahead.  Have that confrontation with yourself.

Don’t beat yourself up… but take time to be introspective.  It could very well change your week!

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