One day this past week, as he often does, my husband Tim asked me how my day had been.
When my children were growing up, my tendency was to answer that question based on what I’d gotten done that day. I finally became convicted that that was the wrong way to look at things. What was more important to God was how I’d behaved. Had I walked with Him, and had Christ’s character shone through me to my children?
Now that my children are out of our home and I have “retired,” I don’t have the demands of children, and my time is more my own. However, my response to Tim that day was still not a very positive one. Why could I not answer positively about my day now?Continue Reading