Breaking the Arrow of Blame

by Mark T. Hancock · 0 comments

Thank You, Lord, for paying the price of my rebellion. It was a price I couldn’t pay. You made Yourself an offering for my sins[i].

You became the accused for me and showed me how to rise above accusation and to walk in love.

You took the arrows of blame and accusation that were due to me and replaced them with Your love. You showed me who I could be.

I am no longer an accuser. Your word calls me a minister of reconciliation[ii], so a minister of reconciliation I am.

Thank you, Lord! The arrow of blame is broken. My posture in You is restored.


[i] Isaiah 53:10; Eph. 5:2; Heb. 10:10

[ii] 2Cor. 5:18

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