Endurance . . . does anybody have it anymore? Do we cave in when the hard times comes to make is easier on us? Do we just “go with the flow” because it doesn’t require full commitment to something or someone other then ourselves (for Christians, that is commitment to Christ)? Do we compromise what we say we believe (in other words, do we even really believe what we say we believe)? If we cave in the hard times, we don’t believe what we say we believe and it’s all smoke and mirrors. Talk is cheap and easy. Endurance is not. Which do we prefer? Anybody? Here’s a great little blog post from “Thought For the Day” to get you thinking about the whole subject of endurance. Who wants to be a wuss, anyway? It’s easy to be a wuss . . . . Think about that, folks . . . ~Sara’s Musings
I hate to admit it, but all we have to do is look around and we can see our society seems to be falling apart. Divorce is so common, no one thinks anything about it. At one time, it was looked down on and now it is almost expected. No one is shocked when they hear that one of their friends is divorcing due to one spouse having an affair. Couples are refusing to remain faithful to the vows they made; students drop out of school when the studies become too tough; suicide is becoming to no longer shock anyone.
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