5 Responses to Supporting Someone’s Diaper Addiction

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  2. granbee says:

    The good tree bears good fruit. This sort of “borrowing” from someone else’ credit account with God reminds me of folks trying the be Christians based on what their ancestors did! We each must have our very own account “upstairs” in the Head Office!

  3. Firstly, I hope your problems are sorted out quickly with no loss.
    I like the analogies, especially the unlimited grace . . . I’m so thankful for that!

  4. TikkTok says:

    That is a fantastic analogy!

    I have a card that I use/d for shopping online for schooling stuff. I don’t know if you’re familiar with a flipper (they make them for grammar rules, math rules, etc) and I had ordered a few. The following day, on a Saturday, the credit card company called me to ask about some purchases they had flagged. Apparently, they noticed my spending habits and thought NFL and other sports-themed merchandise was a little odd. Fortunately, it was caught early and no harm done; the account was closed and a new one issued.

    I haven’t quite come up with a comparison for the role of the watchdog (CC company) except to think that knowledgeable folks we know can act as guardians of sorts to help us prevent crises of faith and action. Can we leap and say we need guardian angels? 🙂

    Hope things resolve quietly and quickly, without long-lasting effect!

  5. writinggomer says:

    It is a great thing to know one is granted access to the Grace account. We never receive “overdrawn” notices, as a matter of fact…there is no deposit required in this account. How fortunate we are to have a Father that loves us this much.
    How sad that some have no knowledge of this, and some do know of God’s Grace…and choose not to avail themselves of it.
    Great post Mike thanks for the uplifting encouragement today! 🙂

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