2015 Tuesday, February 10

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    Tuesday, February 10

    O man, who, then, really are you
    be answering back to

    Rom. 9:20.

    If we have a trusted friend who does something that we might not at
    first understand or that we feel is unusual, will we be quick to accuse him of
    some wrongdoing? Or will we be inclined to give our friend the benefit of the doubt,
    especially if we have known that person for many years?

    If we deal with our imperfect friends in such a loving manner, how much more should
    we be inclined to trust our heavenly Father, whose ways and thoughts are much
    higher than ours! Actually, we may be responsible for some of our problems.
    If we are, we need to acknowledge that fact. (Gal. 6:7)

    Of course, not all our problems are a result of our
    personal mistakes and wrong actions.Some events take place
    as a result of
    “time and unforeseen occurrence.â€￾ (Eccl. 9:11)

    Satan the Devil, though, is the primary cause of wickedness.

    (1 John 5:19; Rev. 12:9)

    He is the enemy—not Jehovah!

    —1 Pet. 5:8.

    w13 8/15 2:18-21


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