Evil is everywhere. Plain and simple.  I love this marvelous reminder to overcome evil with good.


It’s not easy, but the next time someone wrongs you, respond with good – kindness, love, grace, mercy. Even a smile goes a long, long way.  They will probably be surprised and maybe even rebuked for your kindness.

My husband has exhibited this truth to me over, and over, and over again. He is so good to me, but I have also watched him Biblically handle issues with others. He is my hero.  After almost six years of marriage, I can say that I’m finally “getting” it.

Responding with “good” almost always turns situations going “downhill” in a completely different direction.

Do GOOD today!!



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  1. Julie S. says

    The sermon at church this morning covered Romans 12:14, “Bless those who persecute you. Bless and do not curse them.” I think that sometimes I can become weary – or at least lazy – in doing good for “doing good’s sake.” But when faced with evil, it is an even greater motivator to FIGHT – to fight for God’s truth and all that is good that is ordained by him. To remember what side we’re on, and to stop helping the other team, if you will. :) I think that one of the enemy’s best ploys is to make us blind or indifferent to evil! Thanks for your post!

  2. TeacupMom says

    Thank you for such a lovely blog! I have u under my favorites. Since I have to often deal with depression taking hold it is nice to have such a sweet place to come and get my mind elsewjere. Have a blessed holiday. Cindy


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