In the video below, things are not as they initially appear. Our eyes are easily deceived. Further, we tend to make rash judgments. Enjoy being fooled for a moment and then consider the need for deliberation and a patient spirit until all or most of the facts are in.
Here are some appropriate references from Scripture:
- Call no one blessed before his death, for by his end shall a man be known (Sir 11:28).
- Remember, the sins of some men are obvious, leading them to certain judgment. But there are others whose sins will not be revealed until later (1 Tim 5:24).
- So we have stopped evaluating others from a human point of view. At one time we thought of Christ merely from a human point of view. How differently we know him now (2 Cor 5:16).
Enjoy the video!
3 Replies to “Not All Things Are as They First Appear, As Seen in a Commercial”
I can only imagine what it must be like to hear confessions…better not to know the penitent.
Do parents have the obligation to point out the sins of their adult children?
Yes, though the means by which they do so would change. One can argue for a reduced requirement since young children are more urgently in need of correction than adult children.
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