The Compassion of the Wicked is Cruel

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The Compassion of the Wicked is Cruel
Comments by Debra Stitt - 16 May 2007
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As I see it, when one has truly found God, it changes their heart. Each and every person is on their own personal journey. Some arrive at their destination earlier than others. And, this is okay with God. If we didn't have the fallen around us, we would have nothing to learn from. Everything that happens is a lesson for us -- if we choose to watch and learn.

We are placed in the paths of others for a reason. It's up to us to listen to the whispers of God while in the presence of others and allow ourselves to be used by Him. Just like little babies, it takes time to grow into wisdom. It takes experiences and it takes examples. Go forth being that example!

IMHO, of course.


P.S. Remember I've talked about baby steps? Well, Another convert in the making. A new friend asked me to provide him a list of good-tasting vegetarian choices. I IMMEDIATELY did so via E-mail and he has already gone shopping. I started him off with something that tastes very good so his fears of flavor would be calmed. He tried "Silk" chocolate soy milk and said he could have consumed the whole carton. He's on his way now to cereal and then meat (metaphorically speaking).

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