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Correction Does not Hurt Punishment Does

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Summary

How much better would our lives would be if when we discovered our faults we worked hard to correct them? Some people spend their time trying to place blame on others and never get the correction they need.

Many associate correction with pain. Pain does not come until we have first been corrected. By explaining what was done wrong and then showing how to make the needed changes we avoid discipline. If those changes are not made then discipline follows. Discipline shows the need for change and enables us to practice the correct way to make change. When discipline does not work, punishment follows and that is where there is pain.

Life is about making changes in our walk that will help us live a better life. God is like a parent that wants what is best for us. God knows the obstacles in front of us and wants to guide us through, around or over the top.

These articles will help you find God’s way for your life. Meditate and think about the truths shown in each story. Ask God how to apply them to your life and them apply and do what you see. Jesus said, “If you know these things, happy are you if you do them.” John 13:17

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