It could be said that we completely misunderstand how to “forgive one another.” At least we don’t do it well or we don’t even bother doing it, because we have a definition of forgiveness that is too consuming and overwhelming. Or maybe we grew up with the forgive and forget definition. Or the ignore it… Continue reading the chains of forgiving
I think forgiving is a habit. I think that the point of the “70 times 7” saying is that Jesus knew the more we do it, the closer it becomes to habit. He knows our hearts. He knows the habits our hearts form. He knows that we have a habit of being bitter, angry, begrudging,… Continue reading is your forgive button ready?
As some of you are now aware (thanks to my selfie on Facebook) I have been wearing glasses today. Some time in the wee hours of the morning – they were about 4 AM kind of wee because of the Wee One waking me up – I lost my left contact and discovered that I… Continue reading blurry vision and walking
And it came to pass… It’s occurred to me recently that many of us tend to treat the Bible like it’s Pinterest. We look to it for some good ideas or when we’re in a bind. Like when we need wisdom on how to deal with our tempers, or what to do with our kids’… Continue reading tell me the story…
I don’t want to be equal to anybody and I definitely hope no one else is equal to me. I don’t. I’ve thought it through a lot and have come to this conclusion. I am tired of trying to prove equality. I’m tired of living up to some set of something or others to make… Continue reading the problem with equality