Depiction of kiss stated in the Bible
The gospel stated the betrayer kissed Jesus
Books afterwards stated holy kiss in love
Different people focus
Different sides of the Bible
Rather than balancing it
Balance the two sides
To pursue godliness
Living in the truth
To flee from evil
Without giving the devil a foothold
~ Tojiru Yoshiko
Inspiration On: Saturday, 21 November 2015
Today, my husband wants to discuss about our son’s issue and wants me to call my dad. We discuss together. Dad discusses his mother’s psychological issue. Then he points out his own weaknesses and strengths then my husband’s. He can do work with his own hands than my husband. However, my husband is very good in talking but can’t do. My analysis is my dad can talk who encourages others to improve. But my husband doesn’t. He just wants to get his own way and is ready to remove those who get in his way. He dares to say I didn’t go to Sabah with him when his brother passed away two years ago. Then I scold him that he was the one who mentioned no need to go due our son was very young then.
I begin to speak up on my husband’s aching and cursing words. The church teaches to greet each other in kiss after quarrel. His judgments of me based from the Bible was Judas Iscariot who betrayed Jesus. However, the Bible mentioned to forgive each other and greet each other with kisses. Thus I do so to him. However, he interpreted it as going to betray him. When he massaged and nagged at my lifestyle, I lose my temper and share about upsets. When I make mistakes, he is ready to put me down. The correct ones are not being appreciated. When he wants to discuss with me about Huey, I am tired and want to rest early.
Throughout this, I begin to understand my husband and myself. I tend to see people’s good side and the learning to balance both sides of the Bible.
May this bless you and improve your walk in the Lord.