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Monday, March 5, 2012


You probably do not, but from time to time I do stupid things.  I get myself into jams, you may know someone like me.  I have often wondered if it was legitimate to ask God to get me out of self created difficulty.  Foolishness.  One of my kids is considering a career in orthopedic trauma – I am told that the medical community describe those patients as those who say, “Hold my beer, watch this!”
Will God rescue us from self inflicted jams?
Psalm 107:17 – 22 gives me hope.  17 could be my life verse.  The joy is that God has committed Himself to save fools.  The more I think about this, the more it becomes clear that all of the things from which I need to be saved are my fault.  They are a product of my going after what my flesh wants rather than what the Spirit desires.

I am grateful there is a God of lovingkindess who will save me from myself when I say, “Hold my walk with God, watch this!”

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