"Condemned but not Guilty"
I along with many can get
caught up in the "why me" attitude. It is so easy. I see the things
that seem to happen to good people or myself and cry out with the
words, "Why is this happening to me?" I do the best I can to be honest
and right and in turn many times I am condemned, wrongfully. I feel
betrayed, hurt and angry. Then today Lord I read again how you went
through two "pre-trials" and finally were led before "the Jewish
Supreme Court" and in that time like Mel Gibson's film portrayed suffered both
mental and physical abuse greater than I ever might experience. Forgive me
Lord, I am the one who is guilty. Help me Lord to accept whatever comes
my way and instead thank You for all You have spared me from.
In Jesus' precious name,
"Then what shall
I do with Jesus, your messiah? Pilate asked.
And they shouted