Cull And Clean Up

Whether on a stroll or “scroll” you would not want to keep encountering a bunch of barking dogs or a mess of 💩 on your paths everyday …

You would want to see and connect with people you know or may get to know. Right?

If that’s you – try these tips on how to cull online connections and clean up your scroll on Facebook.

I have done this for about a year – I am down hundreds of “connections” aka “Facebook “Faux” Friends.”

I use the Birthday feature.
Simply in search bar type “Birthdays” and it will show you who on your friends list has a birthday that day.

It easily shows if people have duplicate profiles and you can click each one to see which is the valid/current profile. “unfriend” the one/s that are not.

If you don’t see any activity since their last birthday it’s safe to say they are inactive online with that profile and you can click “unfriend”.

If you see they don’t post but someone is posting with a bazillion tags of them and other people … safe to say they were hacked and you can click “unfriend”.

Sadly I found that some connections had actually passed away. Some of those I disconnect and some I don’t.

And the easiest way is when someone keeps posting some flat out crazyNESS or spamming you – you can hit “report” “block” “ban” “unfriend” “unfollow” or do all the above!

This all keeps your feed cleaner and makes your scroll so much more enjoyable.

I even found some amazing new connections that I had no idea how we connected initially but have now become amazing friends.

It’s a good thing to cull and clean it up! No telling who you will find in your New NewsFeeds.

-XXOO 😘 Michelle Cosby Bollom

ताउम्र / Lifelong

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ताउम्र / Lifelong

Maybe … just maybe

A few weeks ago I read an article about a satanist who came to Jesus. I remember scrolling through the comments and what hurt most was the negative comments coming from “Christians”.

While pondering on this Father said to me “Ebigale these are the people that are going to come to Me in this hour and the church is not ready for their arrival”. How are we going to embrace and love on “high level sinners” when we have become “inclusive” and judgemental with religious standards to be part of our “little Christian groups”?

Love is high on Fathers heart but we as the body of Christ do not always represent Him well. My journey through the wilderness was probably 80% about my “character” and “love walk” with Father and people. We are dealing with a broken world, a people in pain who do not need a people who think that they have arrived and are perfect.

Father is taking us back to the basics again, the book of Acts…Are we really ready for “Pentecost” when our character and love walk says something totally different from what Father expects from His bride? May Father help me to represent heaven well when the hurting, the broken, the frustrated, the ones who do not look like me, cross my path.

May I stay teachable and may the secret place still be my place of dying daily where I exchange my agendas and perceptions to glean from the perfect Lover Jesus Christ.

When speaking at events I have experienced that people love it when I am transparent about my pain and struggles and not this “holier- than- thou” person that they cannot relate to.

Those who have been forgiven much, love much I have come to realise. As a prophetic voice I can still address sin, but how I do it is important. May I be remembered by how well I have loved and not my wonderful rèsumè as a Christian.

Maybe…just maybe it is time to step out of the walls of perfectionism and our little holy groups and tread into uncharted territories to meet with the outcasts, the imperfect, the prodigals, the sinners…

1 Peter 4: 17~ For the time has come for judgment to begin at the house of God, and if it begins with us first, what will be the end of those who do not obey the gospel of God?

Matthew 7:16 ~ You will know them by their fruits.

1 Corinthians 13:1 and 2~ Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, but I have no love, I have become sounding brass or a clanging cymbal.

And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, but I have not love, I am nothing.

—Ebigale Wilson