How do we handle them?
A hater is someone that is jealous and envious and spends all their time trying to make you look small so they can look tall. When you make your mark, you will always attract some haters... That's why you have to be careful who you share your blessings and your dreams with because some folk can't handle seeing you blessed... It's dangerous to be like somebody else... If God wanted you to be like somebody else He would have given you what he gave them.
You don't know what people have gone through to get what they have...(The problem I have with haters is that they see my glory, but they don't know my story...) If the grass look greener on the other side of the fence, you can rest assured that the water bill is higher there, too.
We've all got some haters among us: Some people don't like it that you can
* Come to church
* Get your praise on
* Shout in the aisle
* Dance in the pew
* Enter His gates with praise
* Bless His Holy Name
* Haters don't want to see you happy * Haters don't want to see you succeed
* Haters don't want you get the victory
Some of them do the same things. Most of our haters are people that are suppose to be on our side. How do you handle the haters that you least expect to have your guard up against? You can handle your haters by:
1. Knowing who you are and whose you are
2. Having a purpose
3. By remembering what you have is by divine prerogative and not human manipulation.
Purpose does not mean having a job. You can have a job and still be unfulfilled. A purpose is having a clear sense of what God has called you to be. Your >purpose is not defined by what others think about you.
You will always be trying to get stuff because the more stuff you have will improve what others think about you, but what you should know is that what others think will only last as long as the stuff lasts. Favor can get you the following things.
· Car you dream about
· Job you applied for as a joke
· House you did not deserve
· Husband or wife that adores you
· Favor with people in high places
When God gives you favor, you can tell your haters, "Don't look at me...Look at who is in charge of me...Instead of hating on me, you need to understand that what I have, I did not earn it... I can not afford it... I don't have the education for it...I don’t even deserve it…Remember, it ain't about you, but it's all about God.
Author- Unknown, but right on time!