Don’t deliver what your not willing to recieve.

Matthew 7:1-5 TPT, “1 Refuse to be a critic full of bias toward others, and judgment will not be passed on you. 2 For you’ll be judged by the same standard that you’ve used to judge others. The measurement you use on them will be used on you. 3 Why would you focus on the flaw in someone else’s life and yet fail to notice the glaring flaws of your own? 4 How could you say to your friend, ‘Let me show you where you’re wrong,’ when you’re guilty of even more? 5 You’re being hypercritical and a hypocrite! First, acknowledge your own ‘blind spots’ and deal with them, and then you’ll be capable of dealing with the ‘blind spot’ of your friend.”

When our environment becomes smaller, as it has during this pandemic, we start to take notice of every little thing. What would have been overlooked now has our attention, and it is not always positive. We can take out our frustrations on those closest to us being overly critical, judgy, and controlling. Or, we can be on the receiving end of someone who is struggling in their own significance and looking for peace. God is waiting to hear from you beloved. Talk it out with him. Tell him what is troubling you. Get all that junk out, your fears, insecurities, regrets, disappointments, and anger. That stuff that has you weighed down will flee in Jesus’ name. You will feel so much better, forgiven, and set free.