Monday, May 21, 2012

Meandering of my Mind

Monday Musings on This 'N That


This blog post is really about this 'n that and some more about impatience. 


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There's that word again--patience. I blogged recently about impatience. Have you thought much about the topic since my post? The blog article brought it to the forefront of my mind. I've given it a lot of thought.


You know a few years ago the big thing was WWJD: what would Jesus do. I don't recall a Scripture verse that told us Jesus was all that impatient. Oh, I suppose he was when he ran the money changers out of the temple. He probably became impatient with those who hardened their hearts in disbelief.


But for the most part I wouldn't use the word impatient to describe Jesus. The greatest description of Jesus that I hold onto is in Acts where Luke summarizes Jesus' earthly ministry by saying that He "went about doing good." (Our Daily Bread [a daily devotional], August 1, 2011 by Marvin Williams, published by Radio Bible Class Ministries.) And from that same devotional is this:
From the example of Jesus,
Who went about doing good,
We are to honor our Savior
By helping wherever He would. --Hess

Imitate Jesus--go about doing good. 


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