Accuse, Excuse, or Rescue

The man said, “The woman whom you gave to be with me, she gave me fruit of the tree, and I ate.”
(Genesis 3:12 ESV)

People constantly accuse others while conveniently excuse themselves and consistently deny the need for the rescue of their souls.

Instead of turning to God, we twist God to fit our truth.

Self-control is not a product you manufacture but a byproduct of abiding in Christ.
Self-control is not a goal you strive after but a response to your salvation in Christ.

When was the last time you accused someone else instead of acknowledging your fault?
When was the last time you excused yourself from serving others?
When was the last time you felt your heart cry out, “Rescue me”?

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