The Fisherman Sunglasses

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  1. Wow, Lade, this one hit me hard for I just made a mistake not too long ago with my daughter in law. My intend was to encourage but I was so caught up in speaking, I did not pray and let my zeal to help her get away from me. So I hurt her, deeply since she is a deeply insecure person, which I know, yet again my zeal. You will notice I used the pronoun, “my” and “I” which made my comment to her all about me. I cannot apologize to her since it was my son who told me I hurt her. I know God forgives me and I forgive me to but I get this post. Life’s mistakes are never easy to take but without them we would never know the grace of God and see Him work despite our mistakes. A few weeks later I talked to my son and he told me I did not ruin my relationship with her, that made my heart glad. I need discernment more than I need zeal. Blessings.

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    1. Wow! So We must be careful to balance zeal and discernment.

      But like you stated, “life mistakes are never easy to take- but without them we would never know the grace of God” that’s profound. “his strength is made perfect in our weakness” wow! What a good God.

      Through it all, I am glad your relationship with your daughter in law is preserved . And I believe she will come to understand what you are trying to communicate in time.

      Blessings Ma❤️

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  2. Well done little sister. ❤❤❤❤

    “She opens her mouth with wisdom,
    and the teaching of kindness is on her tongue” –Proverbs 31:26

    P.S. You look very beautiful and professional in your profile photo. You are going to be an amazing lawyer.

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