Think about this…we blame the very people we say we love. These are the people that we are willing to give our lives for and yet we continually blame them for our behavior.
Yesterday I mentioned how we blame God for things that happen in our lives – especially when it comes to habitual sin like pornography. We say things like,
Well, if God really loved me, He wouldn’t let me be tempted. He would take all these temptations and all this sin from me, but since He doesn’t all my problems are really His fault because He refuses to help me.
Wow, sound familiar? Kind of sounds like what happened with Adam, Eve and Satan in the Garden of Eden in Genesis Chapter 3, doesn’t it? We haven’t come very far since the beginning of humanity have we?
In today’s podcast we’ll discuss:
- How blame is the precursor to anger.
- How blame effected Moses and turned him passive aggressive towards the Israelites.
- An interesting insight as to why Moses was not able to lead the Israelites into the Promised Land.