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In a surprise twist, however, one goat suddenly collapsed onto the narrow ledge so the other goat could walk over its back. The same principle is evident in Paul’s words to Philemon.Philemon’s slave Onesimus had run away, met Paul in Rome and become a Christian.These heroes weren’t lauded because they were strong in themselves, but because they trusted God.They were weak as they considered the tasks ahead of them, but when they trusted God, he turned their weakness into strength.Likewise we are to trust God as we face the risky and intimidating aspects of married life.
Hebrews 11:1It’s scary to tell someone, “I love you.” It’s even more frightening to ask, “Will you marry me? The list of intimidating, heart-pounding, fear-provoking aspects of marriage go on and on.It seems that in every new stage in life, the stakes get higher.When you stop and think about it, though, all of the Christian life takes tremendous courage as we commit our lives to God and join others who are called to be God’s people.We need to keep relationships personal and issues impersonal as we build faithfulness with one another. But the ways in which we work through them can bind us more tightly together in love.Paul’s kindness to Philemon offers a very good example to follow.
Everyday we see the word "love," one of the most abused words in the dictionary.