Do you blame others for things you have done?
Too often, we shift from taking responsibility for ourselves and blame others: someone or something else.
We blame others for our own mistakes.
Yet, if you are responsible for your stuff, you must first, be willing to say, “Yes, I made the mistake.”
“Teach me your way, O Lord; lead me in a straight path”
Jesus knew the responsibility God had given Him, and He was determined to be faithful.
Through Him, we have been given eternal life.
Therefore, we need to learn how to live in that freedom and avoid blaming others.
When you blame others, you lose that freedom.
You will then in bondage to those whom you have betrayed and harmed.
Forgiveness is the act of coming to God honestly and confessing the wrong done and be willing to say “I’m sorry” to those you have harmed.
Pray: Lord, I want to live a free life—one that is only tied to You and not to the sins of this world.
Teach me Your way, that I may walk in it.
This is my Word of Hope for you, today, my friend.
Reflect on this message:
1. As you read or hear this message, what does it mean to you?
2. What part of it do you have questions about? Ask God to explain it to you.
3. What should you do now to apply this message to your life?