Solomon, the king of wisdom, possessed wealth and intelligence, but his spirit was empty. Do you know why?
January 13, 2018 – Matthew 7:3
And why behold you the mote that is in your brother’s eye, but consider not the beam that is in your own eye?
– Matthew 7:3
Thoughts on Today’s Verse…
When in conflict with someone, we always say, “How can he do this? How can he do that? He really goes too far, and he is doing wrong,” and so on. We are always over-critical of others, lay the blame on others but never reflect upon ourselves. Most of the time, the people, events, and things around us are arranged by God to perfect and cleanse us, to enable us to gain one aspect of the truth. This is God’s meticulous arrangements, and also God’s supreme salvation and supreme love for us. So we should be tolerant and patient and treat others fairly. These are the principles of practice ought to be possessed by believers in God.
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