Admitting you are wrong: Out Loud
"Admitting our faults before others is something to do prudently, but for the sake of rebuilding a relationship." Thank you Father for continually teaching us, as well as entertaining us with great stories.
Thank you, Father, humbling thoughts to think upon!
NOTE TO SELF! ‘In the world, what most would think a sign of weakness, in reality, an apology demonstrates the strength of putting other’s judgments before you and honestly looking at them. That is strength, and that is also trust worthy.’
Hahaha Please don’t take offense to my laughter; for, it’s the sort of laughter one has when one has had similar experiences!
My husband (DS) and I call these moments “God smackdowns.” We have each separately and as a couple experienced God snack downs at times and it is a humbling, but, dare I say, beautiful experience (beautiful once one gets over the weeping).
Thank you for this!