Tuesday, June 7, 2016


“Those who correct others should watch for the Holy Spirit to go ahead of them and touch a person's heart. Learn to imitate Him who reproves gently. . . .

When you become outraged over a person's fault, it is generally not "righteous indignation" but your own impatient personality expressing itself. Here is the imperfect pointing a finger at the imperfect. The more you selfishly love yourself, the more critical you will be. Self-love cannot forgive the self- love it discovers in others. Nothing is so offensive to a haughty, conceited heart as the sight of another one.

God's love, however, is full of consideration, patience, and tenderness. It leads people out of their weakness and sin one step at a time.” 


Mark said...

It truly is a virtue.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful. Thank you.


Lee in TN said...

Good word, Bro T!

Certainly relevant to many things going on in the changing dimensions now.

Blessings always - Lee

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