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Repost — “Minded to Put Her Away Privily”
This verse tells us that Joseph was “a just man”, but that does not mean he was a hard man. Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Compassion, Divorce, Jesus, Joseph, Mary, Mercy, Virgin Birth 2 Comments
How often, in describing conflict (divorce or otherwise), do we expound (and perhaps expand) on the other person’s faults, and completely neglect our own? Continue reading
Posted in Daily Christianity, Quick Thoughts Tagged Conflict, Divorce, self-justification 3 Comments
“What a Blessing!”
David Brown of Abbot Hall in Dunfermline said to me yesterday: “A lot goes for blessing that isn’t blessing.” That is so true. Let me give a few examples that came to me as I thought about it.
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged blessing, business ethics, Divorce, false gospel, spiritual, success 2 Comments
“Minded to Put Her Away Privily”
Our God did not choose poorly when He chose the man who would be tasked with caring for His only Son. When He says Joseph was a just man, we should read that the way He means “just” — selfless, compassionate, and righteous.
Posted in Quick Thoughts Tagged Compassion, Divorce, Jesus, Joseph, Mary, Mercy, Virgin Birth 6 Comments