Wandering or Waiting?

Let go let God

In some cases, men must wait on the Lord -- as their wives struggle.  Meekness is not weakness, it is power under control.  It is being willing to serve. In some cases, men must wait on the Lord — as their wives struggle. Meekness is not weakness, it is power under control. It is being willing to serve.

Some of us live with people who struggle.  Relapse, recover … relapse.  Recover.  Will it ever “stick?”

“Lord, how often shall my brother sin against me and I forgive him? Up to seven times?” Jesus said to him, “I do not say to you, up to seven times, but up to seventy times seven.” Mt. 18:21-22

The metaphor for forgiveness is “always.”

Taking ones eyes off of one self is essential.  First and foremost: there is no place for condemnation coming from the mouth of a believer.  Despite our best efforts however, it’s really hard not to slip into old habits.

The only thing crazier than a drunken mind is the mind of a sober person who argues with a drunk.

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