Don’t Look Back

But his wife looked back from behind him, and she became a pillar of salt. Genesis 19:26

I always wondered what caused Lot’s wife to linger. Why did she look back? What was worth her very life? The home? I can’t imagine how….was it the shopping in the city that she thought she’d miss? Was it friends she was leaving behind? Surely she knew that nothing was worth disobeying the very messengers sent from the I AM of their lives……..

Head over to Laced with Grace on FRIDAY for the “rest of the story”…..

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4 responses to “Don’t Look Back

  • Chris

    Great Post, my Jesus-filled friend! Thank you for preaching His love!

  • Deb

    Hi Read your article, and I love it!! Thanks for the word. That is an area I need to work on. You have a great site, glad I stopped by:)

  • lori

    I just left you a LONG comment…and for some silly reason my connection timed out…ugh!!!now I have to REMEMBER what I just wrote!I’m late reading this…Friday classes tend to put me a day behind…and then I LOST an hour last night!!:)You know I think we can so easily see oursleves in Lot’s wife…we want so badly to go to what God promises…only to find oursleves sneaking one last glimpse of the old days, knowing what it will do to us……..what a great message in this one…You have no idea how much you bless us when you put your thoughts on the page…each time, I tell ya….it’s my new favorite….could ya put them in a book just for me???love you!!hope the apt is cleaned out and you can somehow REEEEELAAAAAXXXX today….hugs,lori

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