“So then, let us pursue what promotes peace and what builds up one another…It is a good thing not to eat meat, or drink wine, or do anything that makes your brother or sister stumble.” (Romans 14:19, 21)
There’s a lot that could be said about today’s passage, but I think the best thing to do with it is to set aside the excuses that so quickly rise, and read it prayerfully, asking the Spirit put His finger on how this might mean change or growth in your life.
I know I was convicted!
P.S. See this original post for info about this photo challenge and more about this reading plan I’m using this summer for the book of Romans (and I’d love to have you join in!)!
About the photo: I just have to say that one of my very favorite things about summer is the clouds.
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We are all in this together….as believers. We are all struggling with something inwardly and outwardly. The harder struggles I feel are the inward struggle. Building each other up should be on the forefront of our minds on a continual basis. There are SO many ways to do this….a quick text, a tight hug, a listening ear…..
Lord may we ALWAYS seek out ways to build up instead of tear down.