The piece of text on the image said, "I'm not what I ought to be. I'm not what I wish to be. I'm not even what I hope to be. But by God's grace and Jesus' love I'm not what I used to be."
All of us do things or have things in our lives that God doesn't want. None of us live in sinless perfection, but does that mean we shouldn't talk about God or share the gospel of Christ until we do?
I want to please God with my life, but I know I fail in many ways. My failures don't mean I don't want or long to apply the truth to my life, and I readily admit that I'm not perfect. No one else is, either.
So I'm not going to stop talking about God but I'm going to press on because I know that my imperfection should never be used as an excuse to stop talking about God, stop praising Him and thanking Him, or stop sharing the gospel of Christ.
It is Satan who wants to make our relationship with God one that is based on self effort and how well our performance is to live up to God's commands.
My relationship with God is based on what Jesus has done for me through His death, burial, and resurrection.
Through Him, I have been forgiven, declared righteous, and am precious in God's eyes.
That's something worth talking about, and as long as God gives me breath and life, I'll never stop talking about God!