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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Week(s) (02/10/11)

TITLE: Why did you eat?
By Philip Barrington
02/14/11


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It is often said I wonder what this year, week, and sometimes day will bring? The thought comes to mind about what kind of day it is. The day could be thought of as a negative when we ask the question to ourselves or orally as we think about the past we so horribly experienced.

If we had experienced life's troubles in various forms, it is meant to be for our own good. We don't like what had happened to us, but it seems to stick in our minds as a hurtful ailment in our lives.

Starting a new day as the beginning of the rest of our lives becomes a knife in our back, so to speak, when others remind us of those things which we may or may not have done is spoken of again.

In Genesis chapter three, when Adam was asked why he ate of the fruit, he blamed the woman. When eve was asked by God why she ate of the fruit, she blamed the serpent or the devil. Because the sin of blame was there at the beginning, then it is not at all surprising that it's going to be a huge problem in our lives.

How we deal with this problem of various forms, remembering that the devil is the accuser of the brethren, is entirely our responsibility. Then I wonder if some things should be left unsaid and not thought of by a brother or sister in Christ.

Having a week full of misery through the thoughtlessness of others can have a devastating affect on our lives. God made both women and men differently and with each different personalities of which I have much respect. In an up-side-down world of today there is the view of some that women are in charge and like to take control.

God gave everyone their gifts according to their own ability. Let us use them in the Spirit of meekness and fear.

It was a bad week when Adam and Eve ate from the tree in the garden. In-so-much because of sin and blame, it has affected the history and the future of mankind. When we are accused or blamed of things we didn't do, I wonder how that affects us in relation to the weeks to come, in our lives? And how does it affect the accuser? We need not make it a bad week for ourselves by heeding what Satan commands.


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Nancy Bucca 02/17/11
You've got a great message here, one that would behoove us us all to heed.
diana kay02/19/11
great message great title great message!
Shann Hall-LochmannVanBennekom 02/21/11
You make some interesting points, there are times in life when I want to blame others. This is a good devotion, but could have been even better if you gave an example in your own life when you blamed others. Sharing personal examples can really help build a connection for for the reader. Nice job!
Bonnie Bowden02/22/11
It is easier to blame others, then to look at ourself.

Good job.
Henry Clemmons02/22/11
Amen! I hear you.Good message. Thanks for the inspiration.
Lollie Hofer 02/22/11
Yeppers, I agree...strong message here. Thanks for sharing.
Rachel Phelps02/23/11
Thought-provoking. Well done.