The question goes like this’ Is there an age bracket/limit to a person giving us great advise?
People feel like if you have not experienced something like they are experiencing then you shouldn’t advise them, or is it that they believe you can’t give good advise because you aren’t in their shoes.
Let’s look at someone in the bible that was very young but gave the best advise to her superior Naaman. She told him of a prophet that could heal him and he was very humble enough to try , at the end he got a great result right!!
I am young and may have never been married before, but i know pride goes before a fall. The same way i know that two wrongs don’t make a right, so when i tell someone you need to be patient and pray more to win your husband back, it’s so sad to hear people say ”you are not married so don’t give that kind of advise”.
I listen to my younger brother talk at times and i am like really, he says try it first, and when i do ,it’s better than my former decision.
Be it a mentor giving you an advise, or someone you feel can’t be serious, still think about it,pray about it and if you think it isn’t good then you can dismiss it. But don’t be defensive and judgemental as well as acting without thinking before making decisions.
I was a kid and see a lot of things, like i hear things that shouldn’t be said to children, but when you suggest a better way, you are insulted and told to go and train your own child like that.
Today i want us to realize even a young child can correct us adults, an unmarried person can be intelligent enough to know the ingredients to a lasting relationship, a young lady or man without children can see what a mother or father is doing wrong. Be open-minded to great change that will improve your life.
I know every advise won’t be correct and you shouldn’t try it, but that advise that looks true in your ears but your ego doesn’t like , you need to check and see if it will work before disposing that advise.
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