By Nathan Hosier
Pastor, Cedar Grove Wesleyan Church 

For thee but not for me


April 23, 2021

As I observe things happening in the world today, I see this saying more and more in the lives of people, “for thee but not for me.” What does that mean exactly? It means that certain things are for others but not for myself. That could be rules and laws. It could be standards of living. What it boils down to is selfishness. We have seen this in the last year. We have had “recommendations” of how we are to live our life by people that are supposed to be authority figures or experts in a certain field, but then those same people go out and do the exact opposite of what we are told to do.

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