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  1. Ann on January 25, 2013 at 11:14 am

    GUILTY as charged.
    FORGIVEN as promised – having repented.
    Continue to guide us and remind us!!!!!

  2. stephanie smith on January 25, 2013 at 7:02 am

    Oh how I LOVE God! …and my Brother and Father! Lest you think that legalism is exclusive to the “churched” I have been relentlessly confronted with my own tendency toward this among my circle of raggamuffins.

    I called my mentor two days ago rambling in rage over a friend who is judging and interrogating someone close to me. My mentor laughed and asked me if I noticed a tiger and his tail theme. It took 15 minutes and then…the humility crept back in on me. We agreed I would leave the alleged judge to God and stand right there next to her. Ouch!

    Judging the judges. Only Jesus is qualified. However, I am glad for a mentor and a Brother and Father who continually remind me of the peril of donning my own robe and grabbing my own gavel.

    • Doug LYle on January 25, 2013 at 1:47 pm

      That’s something else I’ve finally grasped: as soon as I judge someone for being a legalist, I must drop it or become one myself.

  3. Doug Lyle on January 25, 2013 at 5:40 am

    I discovered a few years back that even we anti-legalists can become legalists in our campaign to rid others of the ailment. I found that my heart was, indeed, deceitful above all else. I like what Oswald Chambers once said: “Never make a principle out of your own experience; always let God be as creative with others as He has been with you.”

    Another preacher once said, “His mercy endures forever. And it’s a good thing it does!”