Have you ever been blamed or accused of something that you didn’t do? It’s a terrible feeling. Even if we did do something wrong, when someone points that out often times we are hit with shame and regret. It’s never a good feeling. Yet, we so often times are quick to blame or accuse others.
I hate being wrong. I imagine that most people do. I have a funny little saying that I have used in the past that reflects my hatred of being wrong. It goes like this: “I am never wrong; I once thought I was but I was mistaken.” Cute, right? For a t-shirt maybe, but that
Prison life has always fascinated me. It’s another world inside those walls behind the fence. I’ve watched numerous prison movies and documentaries. The whole concept of survival in a place like that is interesting to me. I once had a friend who spent eighteen years of his life behind bars. His stories intrigued me as
Sometimes Christians resort to what I would call Christian cannibalism. It’s where we, as fellow believers, tend to eat our own . . . symbolically speaking. It’s what happens when we talk about another believer in a critical, judgmental way. It’s where we “throw someone under the bus” when they sin in a way that
Be yourself! That’s something that we’ve heard all of our lives. Yet, so many people, myself included, do not really live as themselves. We live in such a competitive society where we are always comparing ourselves with others, which tends to cause us to not be comfortable with who we really are. I am not
Soren Kierkegaard stated, “When you label me, you negate me.” I love this statement. We humans sure to tend to want to label people. We want to categorize people. It seems that we love to group people into boxes. The problem with labeling people is that we are wrong about them the majority of the time.
This is a great article written by a very precious woman of God. Let’s ask God for bigger dreams and believe for bigger things.
Treat others the same way you want them to treat you. (Luke 6:31) This is one of Jesus’ most famous and most oft repeated sayings. This is often called The Golden Rule. It’s something that most parents try to teach their children. We see it quoted by Christians and non-Christians alike. This is really grace
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I love the story of the adulterous woman found in John chapter 8 of the Bible. It is a magnificent picture of God’s scandalous grace. But Jesus went to the Mount of Olives. 2 Early in the morning He came again into the temple, and all the people were coming to Him; and He sat down