Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Cause and Cost


It doesn’t matter what caused it; what matters is what it cost.

I could list forever the reasons why I have chosen certain behaviors that I KNOW are wrong, but in the end - I’m just trying to justify myself.

Justification comes only through Christ’s blood - and that was a high price to pay for my stupid choices.

God forgive me when I disregard Your sacrifice.

Not the cause: the cost.


Shelina said...

What behaviors are you talking about?

What I told my quilting student is that she should expect to make mistakes. When she made a mistake, she could yell at herself first and then fix the problem, or she could move straight on to fixing the problem. Either way, the end result would be the same.

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

You are a faithful disciple. We learn through living, at least that's what God hope we will do and you're right about cause vs/ cost...