Write the Wrong of Someone Else’s Wrong

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1 Samuel 25

I am going to step out on a limb here and say that we all have written the wrong of someone else’s wrong one time or another. I am not going to ask why we did? For that is not the real question to ask. The real question. Is it the right thing for us to do?

There is a woman in the bible whose name is Abigail she was an intelligent beautiful woman who was married to Nabal. Her husband was wealthy, but he was a foolish scoundrel who was harsh and overbearing.

Nabal and David were unable to resolve an argument about sheep without spilling the blood of hundreds of innocent people. Abigail intervened and took it upon herself to talk to David. Sound familiar two stubborn people who can not come to an agreement.

Abigail, she reminded David that he was the Lord’s anointed, fighting the Lord’s battles and thus under God’s protection. David listened to the words of Abigail and heeded her advice. David honored Abigail by stating that she had been sent by the Lord to keep him from sin. David also thanks Abigail for diverting him from his reckless plan.

Now fast forward to you and me. When we see that a situation is not right, we intervene on that person’s behalf. Rather it is regarding our kids about to make a wrong decision, a friend who needs help, or our spouse who is not able to see the big picture.

I asked the question at the beginning of this post,” is it the right thing to do to write a wrong of someone else’s wrong?” The influence we have in a person’s life we are held accountable and with that we must be unwavering to telling them the truth.

Have a blessed Friday. 🎵🙏❤📯☺

 

 

7 Comments Add yours

  1. desirayl says:

    Thank you sis for reading it.

  2. My pleasure. 🙂

  3. Dawn says:

    So true. God has given us a special privilege as Christians to be love and light in the lives of others. We must use this privilege wisely. Thank you!

  4. desirayl says:

    Amen 🙏 Dawn. We must use it wisely.

  5. desirayl says:

    Thank you Ayeesha for engaging in the post.

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