Growing up, my father stressed the importance of a man’s word. He was one who, if he made a promise, he kept it. There was a time when a man’s word was his bond. 775 more words
It was late and I was tired. I danced carelessly around my emotional cliff and conditions began brewing for the perfect marital conflict.
I don’t remember exactly what was said or done—an all-too-common occurrence with our frivolous arguments—but I do remember my husband was irritating and he was wrong. 914 more words
John 8:15 You judge in the same way that everyone else does, but I don’t judge anyone.
My buddy sent me this article this morning with John 8:15 and I thought to myself, “This is going to be one of those things I don’t want to hear that I need to hear.” The basic concept we talked about this morning was if Jesus doesn’t judge and He is the only one that has a right to, then how can we judge.359 more words