Each of us are gifts
and each of us are weapons,
each of us are healing balm,
and each of us are acid,
we are vessels -
and tools …
to learn that intimately
and to know how to best use it for good
is the highest praise to He who created us.
When we live “full out” and are authentic to who we are in every area of our lives, receiving the wonder of what HE created in us, we cannot help but praise HIM.
“But thou art holy, O thou that inhabitest the praises of Israel.”
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How many times have you felt stuck in the middle of an argument by two people that you love? You can see both sides of things, but there’s an impasse and the relationship appears to be falling apart, or the opportunity will be lost and at no small cost to those involved.
In the case of children involved in a marital dispute, they just want Mommy and Daddy to stop fighting. In the case of a business deal, or government shutdown, people want an agreement to be made that will allow people to move on with their lives without paying a higher price for someone else’s poor decisions or stubbornness.
Posted in Boundaries, Communication, He and She
Tagged assumptions, Boundaries, divorce, emotional abuse, marriage, mental abuse, selfishness, spiritual abuse, submission, verbal abuse, wives