Expectations, Disappointments, and Cynicism

by Josh Reich | series |

At some point, we look up in life and think, “I expected life to turn out differently.” We expected to be married by a certain age or that our marriage would go a certain way. That we would have kids by now, or they would play out differently. The same goes for our health, our careers, house, etc. What do you do when your expectations in life aren’t met? If we aren’t careful, we end up disappointed and cynical, which leads us to a place of bitterness.

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Image: The “Shoulds” I Put On God
May 2, 2021

The “Shoulds” I Put On God

We put expectations on ourselves and others. We also put expectations on God. At one time or another, we think...

Image: The “Shoulds” Others Put On Me
April 25, 2021

The “Shoulds” Others Put On Me

There’s a huge pressure to do the shoulds others put on us. Sometimes those expectations form or influence the shoulds...

Image: The “Shoulds” I Put On Others
April 18, 2021

The “Shoulds” I Put On Others

We have job descriptions for those who matter to us and those that are merely acquaintances. Often they are never...

Image: The “Shoulds” I Put On Myself
April 11, 2021

The “Shoulds” I Put On Myself

Internally, we are often hard on ourselves. What happens is that we allow a sort of court or trial to...

Image: Easter: From Death to Life
April 4, 2021

Easter: From Death to Life

There are two kinds of deaths we all face. One is always present, and one will eventually catch up to...

Image: Take the Deal
March 28, 2021

Take the Deal

The perfect Jesus died for imperfect people. 2 Corinthians 5:21 says that “God put the wrong on him [Christ] who...

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