Sometimes we say things because they sound good. Or because they seemed true when we viewed them through a given lens.
I did that once. Okay, I’ve done it lots of times. But there is one time in particular I’m remembering now.
I was teaching a lesson on Bible reading, and I repeated something I had heard someone else say. He had said that he had never met a teenager who had significant personal struggles who was regularly reading the Bible in a personal way on a daily basis. He had counseled a lot of teenagers, so I didn’t mind repeating him. And I even gave him credit for the quote, which turned out to be a good thing. Continue reading