We were driving along, having a pleasant road trip, excited to see good friends in just a few hours when a "disturbance" occurred. It was an opportunity to swap our weaknesses for God's grace.
When life makes no sense and there's no quick fix (even though you've tried and tried and tried), it can be hard to know what to do. Thank goodness St. Peter provides us with insight.
I allow myself time to feel the negative (but valid) human emotions that pop up in reaction to frustrating circumstances; then I choose grace instead
I remember the first time that Chris (my husband) did something that truly irked me. I don't remember the specifics of what he did or didn't do, but I have a vivid memory of standing in the kitchen of my apartment, washing the dishes, and feeling my irritation level slowly and steadily rise. We had... Continue Reading →