I couldn’t possibly say this any better than Bill Watterson.
In preparing for my lesson this week, I read the following: “A lot of times the best way to know how to care for someone else is to think about what makes us feel cared for.” I used to believe that. In fact, I lived my life that way. But my divorce taught me that’s [...]
Five years ago, I loved my wife more than any other person, and I valued her more than anything else the Lord had by His grace given me. But she couldn’t see it. To this day I spend far too much time in the shower thinking about what I could have done different to prove [...]
I did not love in a way that could be received, but that does not mean that I did not love. I did not honor in the way that was expected, but that does not mean that I did not honor. I did not cherish in a way that could be easily seen, but that does not [...]