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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Patience

Proverbs 15:18
"A hot-tempered man stirs up dissension, but a patient man calms a quarrel." (NIV)


There is a lot of lessons to be learned from the bible. The word 'lot' does not do the amount of knowledge that exists and can be learned from reading the bible.

Proverbs, full of wisdom, is a great place for an eager mind to learn, gain insight, and to help obtain wisdom.

One of the things that is lost, in all of us at times, is patience. That word, sometimes can even make you anger by itself, depending on the situation and it's application.

We have all 'lost our patience' from time to time. Still it's something we should really, really keep close to us as a tool, perspective and ability. Espically in daily life, applying to even our simplest of choirs.

Take what Proverbs says about patience:
Proverbs 15:18
"A hot-tempered man stirs up dissension, but a patient man calms a quarrel." (NIV)


That applies to general life, but what about Technical problems? Ever been working on a solution, against the clock, so complex with so many moving parts and it's just not working. Those are the moments that 'test' our patience.

Still it's patience that can provide the ends to the problem you are facing. And so I hope that this can help remind you of that. I know that it helps me. There have been so many times, feeling rushed to solve a problem, that when I stepped back, had patience, and calmly looked at the problem at hand, the solution presented itself.

The following link to 'christianity.about.com' is a great amount of verses from different books of the bible on patience.
christianity.about.com - patience verses

I hope you find the time, no matter how fast paced, and in need the problem is your facing, to use patience and more quickly solve the problem, and daily walk you have.

God bless!




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