2 Jul 2017
My father reminded me of this good advice when I was in my teens: "...whatever is true, ... whatever is lovely, ... think about these things." My response was something like '...because they won't last.'
I wasn't happy about saying that at the time. I still regret it.
I can't, of course, undo what was done. And the time for telling my father "I'm sorry" has long since passed. In any case, I said "I'm sorry" too often, and that's almost another topic.
The quote is from Philippians 4:6-9. I'll get back to that.
Following the advice from Philippians isn't easy for me.
But it's been getting easier as I work though a massive backlog of bad habits. Nothing unusual there, since we're all dealing with consequences of a bad choice described in Genesis 3:1-13.1...
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