What I Learned from God’s Words to Cain
Picking up where I left off in post #11:
Then the LORD said to Cain, “Why are you angry? And why has your countenance fallen?” (Gen. 4:6, NASB)
I learned something profound from these words to Cain: God wants to talk with me about my anger, and it is in my very best interest that I do talk to Him about it.
That said, in my experience I have found that whenever I am suddenly angry with another person Continue reading “#15 Handling Anger: God Made the First Step Plain (Part 2)”
Periodically, I am going to post things on my blog that I have posted elsewhere on the internet. Last week, I wrote the following in response to a Facebook post by a young woman whom I am calling “Fellow Sojourner”:
After reading the young woman’s heartfelt, brave response (on the private site) to my previous post, I have decided to call her Courageous.
I wanted to include the following excerpt in my previous post, but didn’t so as to keep it from being way too long! So I guess you can consider this part 2 of that post:
I intended to write about the first Lemon (1 Cor. 11:1-16) in this post; however, after reading a heart-wrenching post yesterday by a young woman on an egalitarian Facebook page that I follow (a private, not public, group), I decided to make a short side-trip before beginning the trek down the lemon road.
I replied on the FB page and told her that I was going to use my blog to respond to what she wrote, because it might also be helpful to some others who read my blog, but don’t follow that site. So here it is: Continue reading “#4 God Gets My Attention”