Sinful sympathizers. I’m going to tell you something, folks. If you’re going to do it God’s way, you’re going to have to throw the sinful sympathizers out of the craft. You’ve got to jump into Jesus’ craft and let Him tell you what to do. My friend is running away from God, and, at the same time, he’s running right into God.
I’ve tried to run away from God before, too. So have you. You always hit him face to face. It’s inevitable. So, some of us run from God. That’s the first “Rrrr.”
Others just resign ourselves to the storms of life. We say, “Well, the storm is here. I’m going to get wet. Better put my rain gear on.” You zip it up real tight. “Ill get seasick. I’ll drown. This craft’s not strong enough. That’s just the way it is. What a horrible life.” Don’t do that. And don’t do this next “Rrrr” either.
Some of us just resent the storms. Yeah, we run from them. We resign ourselves to them. Some of us just resent them. We curse the wind, curse the waves, shake our puny fists in the face of God. We get all bitter and angry. I want to tell you something about the jerks in our lives. We all deal with jerks. It’s a part of living. Here’s what I’ve learned about jerks, negative people.
Jerks and negative people are usually people who have been through a storm and have resented it. If you look at a negative person, someone who is raging on someone else and is angry—someone who cuts you off on the freeway, someone who’s just really upset, even at the drive-through—usually they’ve gone through some storm. Just try to listen for the rain, the wind, the waves.© Copyright 2012admin, All rights Reserved. Written For: C3 Global PR