The tag #taylor currently has over 77 million TikTok views. This is the hashtag that is being used to discuss the “relationship” between singer Taylor Swift and Kansas City football player Donna Kelce. As Taylor swift has recently been seen attending Kansas City football games pointing out Donna Kelce on the field to those around her, and Taylor Swift has been recently headlining a lot of NFL performances.

It appears that the younger generation (Gen-Z) sees this so-called relationship as more of a publicity stunt than anything, especially since the NFL has seemingly “taken advantage” of the “relationship” by the number of times that she has sung at NFL games this year.

This generation, perhaps more than any other, has been taught to do whatever it takes to get more attention, more clicks, more likes, more opportunities, but is that really the message that they need to hear? The truth is that there is within all of us a part that wants to be noticed, that wants to be applauded, that wants to have access to greater and greater opportunities. That isn’t something that we want to elevate because throughout history the pursuit of fame has ruined the lives of many individuals.

1 Peter 5:6-7 says, “Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt you in due time: Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you.”

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