I am so blessed to watch my son grow in faith. Today I asked him what he learned during his quiet time (time spent reading the Bible and praying) and his answer was an encouragement to me and a good reminder. He had read the account in Matthew 9 about Jesus healing the paralyzed man and forgiving his sins, then being aware that the religious leaders who witnessed it were thinking critically about his actions. Jesus asked them, "Why are you thinking evil in your hearts?" Timothy said that it was a good reminder for him that when he has a difficult conversation later today or this week with someone, that he needs to make sure that his words match his heart, and to make sure that he doesn't let evil get into his heart. I am taking that one with me today. Thanks, Timothy! Your mama loves you great big bunches!!
Carla Ritz. Proof positive that God uses cracked pots!