The Blame Game

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The Blame Game

Don't follow this road sign!

Don't follow this road sign!

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Don't follow this road sign!

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Don't follow this road sign!

Alexandria Sams, Contributor

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When things go wrong in your life, what do you do? Do you accept these situations and try to find a solution to the problem or do you blame others them out of anger?

Things go wrong, people make mistakes and promises are broken. We may lose loved ones along the way, and unfortunately this sometimes happens more suddenly than we could have anticipated. Sadly, that is just the way life is but, when these things happen we rarely stand back and look at things with a logical and calm perspective.

We fail to stop what we are doing and pray but, instead take the time to stop and blame God instead. We get angry at God and in the midst of the hurt and brokenness, use God as the reasoning of our downfall. We participate in the “Blame Game.”

The fact of the matter is, God doesn’t put any hurt in our lives and it is definitely not His will that we should feel broken and go through difficult times. The devil is the one who throws the fiery darts of downfall and deception into our lives.

It is our duty to be reading the Word, praying, and trusting God in order to defend against his attacks. As for mistakes and poor decisions, neither God nor the devil is responsible. The devil may put an impure thought into your head, he may feed you negative ideas but you are the one that ultimately makes the final decision. We are all our own person and God gives us the choice. We have a  free will through Him, but it is up to us to choose what to do with it.

 

 

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