“Humanum est errare—To ere is human.” Matthew Henry’s Commentary on Luke 17
Oh the things I wish I’d said!
Yesterday I spent some time with a dear friend. The bulk of our conversation rose on the power of forgiving & serving others. Both difficult to do yet both important to our own successful healing.
Today I think on yesterday & realize how important it is for me to hold The WORD dear; consuming it for those unexpected moments like those I spent yesterday. Luke 17 is the conversation I wish I had with my friend- so much more efficient than my own musings!
But I cannot turn back. As I live forward, it is my own need to take hold of GOD’s WORD as Christ Jesus has taken hold of me. Firmly, confidently, lovingly consuming. Amen
“ Humanum est errare—To ere is human. Note, Christians should be of a forgiving spirit, willing to make the best of every body, and to make all about them easy; forward to extenuate faults, and not to aggravate them; and they should contrive as much to show that they have forgiven an injury as others to show that they resent it.“/www.biblestudytools.com/commentaries/matthew-henry-complete/luke/17
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