Have you heard the saying that you can’t judge anyone until you walk a mile in their shoes? This is so true. Advice is so easily given and judgment quickly rendered on a situation others cannot totally understand. If they would wear my shoes for a day or even a few hours, my shoes would hurt their feet.
When is trampled snow more beautiful than a pristine quilt of the fresh-fallen stuff? When it reminds you of your blessings. I’m a snow lover. The kind who dreams of living in a Currier and Ives world and rejoices in big fat flakes falling from the sky. Wouldn’t you have thought I’d resent that mess of prints and sled skids and snowball scars? I surprised myself by loving every imperfection.
God can’t decide as we are equally love by Him. And there is my dilemma. In my judgement, the person who committed the murder deserves to pay for this atrocity. But God states those without sin cast the first stone.
STUMBLING is no fun, and BLOCKS aren’t always for play! Have you ever experienced what seems to be a massive stumbling block in your ministry? It might be that you are running out of time.