Wednesday, October 10, 2018
"Brothers and sisters, if someone is caught in a sin, you who live by the Spirit should restore that
I watched a video today about an dog in a very dangerous predicament. Using a simple tool 3 brave boys begin to address the situation.
A dog wrapped in a vise-grip position by a huge snake. The boys begin the rescue.
I often see every day situations as spiritual lessons.
How quickly would we go to get someone out of harms way? Some of us would run into oncoming traffic if we saw a helpless toddler in the middle of the road. Well, that actually recently happened and it was on the news.
We often see people jumping into rivers to save others without a concern that they themselves might loose their lives. Advocates speak up for those who can not speak for themselves. Every day Samaritans at the rescue of the helpless.
These are quick rescues without any regard for our own safety because others, strangers are in a life or death situation.
When sin has tangled someone we love, do we run with the same tenacity? Do we seek ways to rescue those we love from spiritual dangers?
A snake wrapped around a helpless dog. Three boys to the rescue and indeed free this animal. How refreshing!
I'm reminded of the three Hebrew boys that refused to bow down to a false idol. Throw them in the furnace but they refused to turn their backs on the God of all creation! And their God rescued them!
"Brothers and sisters, if someone is caught in a sin, you who live by the Spirit should restore that person gently. But watch yourselves, or you also may be tempted." (Galatians 6:1)
We are to stay close to our God who fortifies us and leads us daily. Help us Lord to gently restore those being led astray. Give us wisdom and the resolve to help those being dragged away by sin.
God bless you!~Liz
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