My Apologies

Romans 15:5-6 Now the God of patience and consolation grant you to be likeminded one toward another according to Christ Jesus: That ye may with one mind and one mouth glorify God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.

This is my apology for yesterday’s devotional. The only thing godly said was in encouraging each of us to have accountability partners in our lives that know us intimately. I may have thousands of readers but I have only two accountability partners.

I am no different than any other Christian in this one aspect, life happens, tragedy befalls all of us, and consequences of decisions roll on without regard to who you are or what you believe.

I allowed my circumstances to get the better of me yesterday. I am after all human and I need not apologize for that. My readers are not my accountability partners and I should not write to them as if they were. That is my error.

So it should not be surprising that no one called, texted or wrote to me to ask wazzup except my closest accountability partner. He has not failed me during these times. Everyone should have someone in their lives that is that partner in Christ.

Reading the opening verse again, pay close attention to “according to Christ” because being in agreement and have one mind without Christ is how cults are formed. We will lead each other astray without Christ.

Find someone firmly grounded in Christ and hang on, you are going to need that person. Take it from me, I know.


Proverbs 5:21 For the ways of man are before the eyes of the Lord, and he pondereth all his goings.

Wazzup is our naturalization of what’s up. Don’t let that distract you.

The Lord knows each of us and the goings on of our very thoughts and troubles. Only He knows with any surety. The rest of us have to ask. Do you ask?

I told my accountability partner that it is essential to know each other so intimately that we know something is wrong by each other’s very countenance. We can look at each other and say “What’s up?”

Do you know me and my ways? Of a surety not, because I do not put personal problems into my devotionals. I will however comment on affects because they are common among all of us. There are things I do however which you could take as signs of a change in events surrounding my life and wonder.

Those around the world who read this blog might not notice because of time changes. They may not pay attention to posted times. It is probably the only hint that have of me which they could ponder.

Those of my friends via e-mail and facebook posting will see a marked difference today. If they know me as well as they think they do, they might ponder.

Only God ponders from a position of pure understanding and does not have to ask wazzup.