"I'll think of a reason later"

""I'll think of a reason later"" Continued...

I would be disingenuous (Christianese for lying) if I said I have never enjoyed making judgments and thinking bad things about fellow believers. The old nature revels in that kind of behavior. It is just hard to reconcile that approach with Paul's message above. So I am learning (painfully and slowly) to view all of you irritating and messy Christians as saints. I am learning to trust that what God says is true about you and about me. I am learning to love you because of God's grace. To paraphrase Lee Ann Womack, perhaps I'll think of "another" reason later. For starters, grace is enough of a reason.


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