Today’s Verses: Romans 5, Eph 4, Pro 31: 10-31
Just when I am questioning whether my faith is real, if there is indeed an enemy or evil spirit lurking about, if there is a god sitting high seeing low, The Lord speaks to my heart and I have an abundance of faith.
Recently I listened to a radio program where a woman was talking about her marriage. Convinced it was beyond repair, she sought a marriage counselor. He asked if she believed that God raised Jesus in three days and the woman answered that of course He did. So, the counselor countered, if God can raise a man from the dead, why can’t He heal your marriage.*
Selah!** or in layman’s terms:
Keeping this in mind, I have appealed to the Lord these past few weeks on behalf of my children. For the Teen to stay away from the pitfalls of youth and peer pressure, for the Boy to happy a safe, productive, non demerit receiving school year. All the time I’m praying for my children, the enemy I doubt has been creeping around wrecking havoc on other areas of my life.
The Mister and I are doing the polite dance. This is where we only talk and discuss superficial things that have no further consequence or will bring about progress in our family. I’m a touch annoyed with him because of something he did FIFTEEN years ago, and at this time of chaos, this past issue has popped up. Then there is Sleeping Beauty and I. We aren’t speaking. Initially I was okay, remaining justified in my anger. She has her feelings, and I have mine. I miss my best friend, but I’m so PISSED. Reading Ephesians 4, I now see that my anger, although I have a right to feel it, is just wrong. It’s a sin actually.
Here’s the breakdown of Ephesians 4: 25:32
25Therefore each of you must put off falsehood and speak truthfully to his neighbor, for we are all members of one body.
Stop talking smack about people.
26“In your anger do not sin”Please follow and share: