Blame is this idea that I’m going to hold you responsible… usually for something that I did. It’s rarely a good thing when this happens, correct? Think about it, what happens when I blame you for a certain behavior?
Basically, I don’t want to take responsibility for it. I don’t want to admit that I’ve done something wrong, that I’ve made a mistake or that I’ve done something immoral. So the easy thing to do is for me to deflect all wrong doing to someone else. Usually someone that I love and care for deeply. Remember, the conversation between God, Adam, Eve and Satan in Genesis 3? It’s called The Fall. Yeah, that didn’t go so well did it? We’ll, we are going to learn from them along with some other folks – what they did right, what they did wrong, and most importantly…how we can apply those experiences to our lives personally.
In today’s podcast we’ll discuss:
- How someone will always be blamed as you move through the trigger of Justification.
- How someone is going to be the victim of my sin without exception.
- How when you commit a moral crime – the law demands justice.